Preventing malnutrition in later life

Have you seen the Patients Association’s Nutrition Checklist?

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Kate Hall, Head of External Affairs at Nutricia, blogs on a Nutrition Checklist from the Patients Association. The Checklist helps patients see whether they need nutritional help or extra nourishment and what to do next. In late 2016, The Patients Association launched a report of findings to help with the identification and self-identification of adults […]

How food standards are improving in hospitals

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Dianne Jeffrey, chair of the Malnutrition Task Force and the Department of Health’s Hospital Food Standards Panel, writes about improving food standards in our hospitals. Going into hospital can be a very worrying time. There’s no excuse in having that experience compounded by poor quality food or by having no control over what you can […]

Reflecting on food standards in hospitals

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In 2013, Dianne Jeffrey took up chairmanship of the Hospital Food Standards Panel, which in August 2014 published a selection of standards to improve hospital food. In this piece, Dianne, who is also chair of the Malnutrition Task Force, reflects on the progress made on hospital food standards since the Panel’s publication and looks to see what more needs to […]

Understanding good nutritional and hydrational care for people with dementia

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This week is Dementia Awareness Week, designed to raise awareness of the condition and get people talking. In this blog, Dr Jane Murphy, Associate Professor at Bournemouth University and registered nutritionist and dietitian, talks about important new tools she and her colleagues have developed to help care staff provide excellent nutritional and hydrational care to those […]

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