Advances in Nutrition Care to Prevent, Detect and Treat Malnutrition

Date: Thursday, October 8, 2020

Time: 12:00 - 13:00 ET

Speaker: Manon Laporte RD MSc CNSC

This webinar is presented in English. A French version of this webinar will also be available on demand.

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Since the development of a consensus and evidenced-based Integrated Nutrition Pathway for Acute Care (INPAC) for use with medical and surgical patients, the evidence base has grown with respect to the prevention, detection and treatment of hospital malnutrition. A recent state-of-the evidence review (SOER) has been carried out by the CNS Canadian Malnutrition Task Force to identify the latest novel and solution focused evidence to improve hospital nutrition care. This session will highlight the key evidence with practical suggestions for the uptake of best practices to address malnutrition in adult patients.

Learning Objectives:

By the end of the webinar, attendees will:

  1. Be familiar with the latest evidence that supports the improvement of nutrition care in hospitals.
  2. Have insight into the best practices from the recent studies behind this evidence.
  3. Know how to implement best practices for addressing malnutrition in Canadian hospitals.

About the Speaker

Manon Laporte RD MSc CNSC is clinical dietitian at the Réseau de santé Vitalité Health Network, NB and addresses the issue of malnutrition in adult patients on a daily basis. In the past 25 years, Manon has been involved in different research projects and peer-reviewed publications related to malnutrition screening and assessment and has been an invited speaker on these topics. Manon is one of the founding members of the Canadian Malnutrition Task Force (CMTF). She was a co-investigator for the Nutrition Care in Canadian Hospital and More-2-Eat phase 1 studies and led the study on the development and validation of the Canadian Nutrition Screening Tool. Manon participated in the development of the CMTF Subjective Global Assessment education package and provides training. She is also involved with the CMTF group working with the Health Standards Organization to develop a Malnutrition Safety Intervention Standard. Manon is a co-author of an upcoming State-of-the-Evidence Review for prevention, detection and treatment of hospital malnutrition in adult patients.


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