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Good Nutrition Needs Nurses

The objectives of the NNNG are to promote education in nutrition
and related subjects for members of the nursing profession, for the
public benefit, and especially for the benefit of patients in the
hospital and community.

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BIFA - Draft recommendation on diagnosis of CRBSI - Comment before 30th May 2018

British Intestinal Failure Alliance Aim This document aims to provide the UK standard for the diagnosis of CRSBI in adult patients receiving parenteral support (PS; includes parenteral nutrition and/or fluids).

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CN Awards 2018 -Shortlist announced - Voting now open

Comprising of 10 categories, the CN Awards provides the chance for all readers, advertisers and contributors of CN magazines to come together to recognise the achievements of those whose great

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Submit your conference abstract before 11th May 2018

Have you been involved in a research, audit or service improvement project recently? Was the project related to oral, enteral or parenteral nutrition? Would you like to share the details

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Consultant Nurse in Nutrition wins at BJN Awards 2018

The British Journal of Nursing Awards 2018 took place on Friday 9th March 2018 at Shakespeare’s Underglobe in London. The glittering awards cermony, celebrated the very best in nursing and

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NNNG Announces 2018 Conference - Solihull - Birmingham

The National Nurses Nutrition Group Annual Conference will be held at the St John’s Hotel in Solihull on 9th and 10th July 2018 and provides the perfect opportunity to meet

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