Managing Adult Malnutrition

Including a pathway for the appropriate use of
oral nutritional supplements (ONS)


Slide Presentations

All the presentations in this section of the website are available in PDF and Powerpoint formats.


A Guide to Managing Adult Malnutrition in the Community

This presentation is this available in its entirety and as separate sections (below).

  • THE COMPLETE GUIDE

    ALSO AVAILABLE IN SEPARATE SECTIONS (below, sections one to four)

    A Guide to Managing Adult Malnutrition in the Community

    Overview of the Managing Adult Malnutrition in the Community guide. Includes referenced background information on the clinical and financial consequences of malnutrition. Information on key national guidelines and reports focussing on the identification and treatment of malnutrition.

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    These presentations are designed to help users to disseminate information on the issue of malnutrition in the UK. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information provided within the presentations, however the malnutrition pathway makes no guarantees regarding errors or omissions and assumes no legal liability or responsibility for the information contained within them. All presentations were compiled in September 2019.

  • SECTION ONE: AN OVERVIEW

    A Guide to Managing Adult Malnutrition in the Community

    7 slides. An overview of the Managing Adult Malnutrition in the Community document including details of contents, panel members and endorsements.

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    These presentations are designed to help users to disseminate information on the issue of malnutrition in the UK. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information provided within the presentations, however the malnutrition pathway makes no guarantees regarding errors or omissions and assumes no legal liability or responsibility for the information contained within them. All presentations were compiled in August 2019.

  • SECTION TWO: COUNTING THE COST OF MALNUTRITION

    A Guide to Managing Adult Malnutrition in the Community

    9 slides. A referenced summary of the clinical and financial consequences of malnutrition – setting the scene for the need to identify and appropriately treat malnutrition.

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  • SECTION THREE: A GUIDE TO MANAGING ADULT MALNUTRITION IN THE COMMUNITY

    A Guide to Managing Adult Malnutrition in the Community

    14 slides. A summary of the Managing Adult Malnutrition in the Community guide which includes information on identifying and managing malnutrition according to degree of risk including dietary advice and appropriate prescription of oral nutritional supplements.

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  • SECTION FOUR: GUIDELINES AND REPORTS

    A Guide to Managing Adult Malnutrition in the Community

    13 slides. A summary of key national guidance and reports on identifying and treating malnutrition – including NICE, NHS England, CQC, NIHR, BAPEN and Malnutrition Taskforce guidance.

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    These presentations are designed to help users to disseminate information on the issue of malnutrition in the UK. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information provided within the presentations, however the malnutrition pathway makes no guarantees regarding errors or omissions and assumes no legal liability or responsibility for the information contained within them. All presentations were compiled in September 2019.

Counting the cost of malnutrition and its management

An overview of the costs of malnutrition to UK health and social care, including associated costs for nourished versus malnourished individuals and a focus on the costly adverse consequences of malnutrition to both patients and the health care system. This presentation also looks at cutting the cost of malnutrition through screening and appropriate management.

  • COUNTING THE COST OF MALNUTRITION & ITS MANAGEMENT

    Counting the cost of Malnutrition and its management

    An overview of the costs of malnutrition to UK health and social care, including associated costs for nourished versus malnourished individuals and a focus on the costly adverse consequences of malnutrition to patients and the health care system. Includes a look at cutting the cost of malnutrition through screening and appropriate management.

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    These presentations are designed to help users to disseminate information on the issue of malnutrition in the UK. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information provided within the presentations, however the malnutrition pathway makes no guarantees regarding errors or omissions and assumes no legal liability or responsibility for the information contained within them. All presentations were compiled in September 2019.


Resources

A selection of publications for use by healthcare professionals, patients and carers are available in the resources section of the website.

RESOURCES AREA

Support for Patients & Carers

A number of resources are available that have been developed to support patients and carers.

PATIENTS & CARERS

Specific support for common conditions

A number of resources are available that have been developed to assist healthcare professionals supporting patients at risk of malnutrition as a result of a specific condition. These include:

COPD LUNG CANCER (external site)

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