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Updated webinar line up for CMAW 2023
CMAW 2023 theme helps address malnutrition
Meeting the needs of malnourished older adults through hospital, primary and community care pathways: how nurses can help
Learn how CMTF's Prof Heather Keller generated interest in evidence based pathways to meet the needs of malnourished older adults amongst a nursing audience. See abstract of session presented at the 22nd Canadian Gerontological Nurses Association Conference:
Malnutrition in Hospitalized Patients: Boosting Screening and Ensuring Patient Outcomes
Grand Rounds, St. Joseph's Health Centre
Dr. Christopher Wang, MD, FRCPC presented Dept of Medicine Grand Rounds on "Malnutrition in Hospitalized Patients: Boosting Screening and Ensuring Patient Outcomes" to St. Joseph's Health Centre Staff June 21 2023. Click to read a summary of the audience discussion.
ASPEN - official society partner
Canadian Malnutrition Awareness Week (CMAW)
CMTF and CNS are proud to announce that the American Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (ASPEN) will continue to be an official society partner for Canadian Malnutrition Awareness Week (CMAW)!
Sustaining and scaling-up best practices to improve nutrition care in Canadian hospitals using a mentor-champion program
Katherine Ford, PhD RD abstract presentation
CMTF's first post doc fellow, Katherine Ford, PhD RD presented an abstract ("Sustaining and scaling-up best practices to improve nutrition care in Canadian hospitals using a mentor-champion program") at the 6th UK and Ireland Implementation Science Research Conference, July 13 2023
Canadian Malnutrition Awareness Week 2023
October 2 - 6, 2023
Check out our line up of free webinars highlighting the theme of "Stronger Together"
CMTF Summer Student Scholarship 2023
Congratulations to Julianne Charles and Dr. Ross Lepera from the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry for receiving this scholarship to work on a multi centre cross sectional study on Malnutrition Risk in Older Adults in Primary Care MD’s Practices across Windsor, ON.
CMTF's pediatric pathway draws attention at ASPEN 2023 conference!
April 21 2023
Dr. Nilesh Mehta, former president of ASPEN, praised P-INPAC as a promising pathway for detection, prevention, and management of pediatric malnutrition. Dr. Jessie Hulst and Dr. Nik Pai presented a poster on the development of the pathway using a modified Delphi process at ASPEN. See P-INPAC details:
Save the Date for Canadian Malnutrition Awareness Week 2023
Oct 2-6, 2023
Based on the theme of “Stronger Together”, Canadian Malnutrition Task Force is planning a great lineup of exciting webinars and tools to help you address malnutrition in your setting! Stay tuned for more updates on our website: