Live streaming options for CNS Thematic 2020 - Advances in Nutrition: Mental Health Across the Lifespan
To support participation for attendees from across Canada, CNS is offering virtual conference attendance via live stream. All speakers, panels, Q&As, opening and closing remarks will be live streamed throughout the day.
Next week is Canadian Malnutrition Awareness Week™ 2019
The Hidden Impact of Malnutrition
The 5th annual Canadian Malnutrition Awareness Week™ (CMAW) is taking place from September 23 to 27, 2019. This year’s CMAW will focus on Malnutrition in the Community and includes important information to support patients transitioning from hospital to home.
Canadian Malnutrition Awareness Week™ : sign up for daily webinars and check out our infographic resources
Sept 23 to 27, 2019
Welcome to the fifth annual Canadian Malnutrition Awareness™ Week! This year's theme is "Malnutrition in the Community". Malnutrition Awareness Week™ is a mark of the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (ASPEN). Used with permission from ASPEN.
CMTF Newsletter - July 2019
Welcome to the CMTF July 2019 Newsletter!
CMTF Newsletter - May 2019
Welcome to the CMTF May 2019 Newsletter!
CMTF Newsletter - March 2019
CMTF Newsletter – March 2019
Meal Times Matter at Providence Care Hospital
In recognition of Canadian Malnutrition Week, we are taking a look at what Providence Care Hospital has done to resolve issues that often stop patients from eating well in hospitals. It’s not always the menu, often it’s a multifaceted problem that includes interruptions during meal times, lack of assistance to…
Hospital Food You Can Excited About
Bland institutional food can be bad for patients in many ways..... http://nyti.ms/2NreVoE
More-2-Eat Implementation Study Phase 2 research opportunity
More-2-Eat is seeking 5 new hospitals to be part of Phase 2. During this 18-month study, the original 5 hospitals will spread their improved nutrition care processes to other units, while 5 new hospitals will learn how to make improvements and will be supported to make change.
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Putting more nutrition on the tray- Improving hospital food
Poor food intake in hospital can lead to a longer recovery. A new study is being undertaken in Ontario to better understand how food intake is associated with the patients' perception and satisfaction with hospital food. Researchers from the University of Guelph (Lisa Duizer) and University of Waterloo (Heather Keller)…