More-2-Eat Implementation Project

Brief Synopsis of Study Results


Need for the Integrated Nutrition Pathway for Acute Care (INPAC): gaps in current nutrition care in five Canadian hospitals.

The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate gaps in care with respect to INPAC activities prior to implementation of INPAC in 2016. 
Need for the Integrated Nutrition Pathway for Acute Care (INPAC): gaps in current nutrition care in five Canadian hospitals.


Comparing hospital staff nutrition knowledge, attitude, and practices before and 1 year after improving nutrition care:  results from the More-2-Eat Implementation Project.

The More-2-Eat project enlisted five diverse Canadian hospitals in 2016 to implement INPAC (Integrated Nutrition Pathway for Acute Care) in one medical unit.  Prior to commencement of the study, baseline data were collected, including a KAP survey of unit staff.  The survey was repeated one year after implementation of INPAC.
Comparing hospital staff nutrition knowledge, attitude, and practices before and 1 year after improving nutrition care:  results from the More-2-Eat Implementation Project


Improving Nutrition Care in Hospitalized Patients
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