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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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Nutrition and Hydration Week 2018 – 12th – 18th March

Nutrition and Hydration Week aims to highlight, promote and celebrate improvements in the provision of nutrition and hydration locally, nationally and globally.

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BJN Awards 2018 - Shortlist announced

The BJN awards 2018 shortlist has been announced and can be viewed HERE The shortlist for the Nutrition Nurse of the Year Category are as follows Nutrition Nurse of the

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BAPEN welcomes new APPG Hunger report Hidden hunger and malnutrition in the elderly

BAPEN welcomes the publication of the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Hunger’s report ‘Hidden hunger and malnutrition in the elderly” and the increased focus that this places on nutrition

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Medical Device Alert - (MDA/2017/035) Published 19 December 2017

Nasogastric (NG) feeding tubes – recall due to risk of neonatal or paediatric patient choking on ENFIT connector cap https://www.gov.uk/drug-device-alerts/nasogastric-ng-feeding-tubes-recall-due-to-risk-of-neonatal-or-paediatric-patient-choking-on-enfit-connector-cap

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Nightingale Trust Announces 2018 Study Dates

Caring for Patients Receiving Nutritional Support A Short Course for Nurses Our course is designed to provide ward/community nurses, and especially nutrition link nurses with the basics of enteral and

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