© 2021 Canadian Malnutrition Task Force
Malnutrition Prevention, Detection and Treatment Standard 2021: Practical Strategies for Adoption
Date and Time: Monday October 4, 2021, 14:00 - 15:00 ET
Roseann Nasser, MSc, RD, FDC, CNSC
David McCutcheon, MD, MBA, CHE, FRCPI, MICGP
At the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:
- Describe the key components and measures of the Malnutrition Standard
- Identify areas to prevent, detect and treat malnutrition in hospitalized adults and children
- Implement practical strategies for a multidisciplinary approach to manage malnutrition throughout the patient’s hospital stay and on discharge.
Moderator: Leah Gramlich, MD, FRCPC - University of Alberta
Roseann Nasser MSc RD FDC CNSC is a research dietitian in the Saskatchewan Health Authority in Regina, Saskatchewan. As co-chair of the of the Canadian Malnutrition Task Force, she has been instrumental in promoting nutrition care knowledge and optimal practice through research and education activities. Roseann has participated in a number of research studies to prevent, detect and treat malnutrition in hospitalized adults. She was awarded the “Fellow of Dietitians of Canada” for her professional contributions and leadership in dietetics. She has been actively involved in the educational and regulatory pillars of the dietetic profession. Roseanne is a leading member of the working group that developed a National Malnutrition Standard for Canadian Hospitals.
David McCutcheon MD, MBA, CHE, FRCPI, MICGP is a member of the Health Standards Organization (HSO) working group for the Malnutrition Standard. For over 30 years, David worked as health system administrator in Canada and Europe. In 2002, he was appointed the Assistant Deputy Minister of Health in Ontario. Prior to being involved as a health administrator, David practiced as a family physician in Newfoundland. More recently, David was part of research team that implemented the Integrated Nutrition Pathway for Acute Care (INPAC) to prevent, detect and treat malnutrition in a Canadian Hospital. David continues to consult and volunteer and is enjoying his retirement and his grandchildren.