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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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Enter Now - the BJN Awards - Nutrition Category

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS NOW EXTENDED UNTIL – 18th December 2017 The British Journal of Nursing is delighted to welcome nominations into the BJN Awards 2018. A showcase of nursing excellence,

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NHS Improvement Release NG Tube Alert Video

NHS Improvement have published a new animated video to support the ‘Nasogastric tube misplacement: continuing risk of death and severe harm’ Patient Safety Alert issued last year. The two minute

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NNNG supports PINNT HAN Awareness Week 2017

The NNNG proudly supports PINNT Home Artificial Nutrition awareness week 2017. During the week of 7th to 13th August 2017, PINNT undertakes a variety of activities to raise awareness of

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Update on NICE guideline CG32 Nutrition support for adults

Nutrition support for adults: oral nutrition support, enteral tube feeding and parenteral nutrition Clinical guideline CG32 Published date: February 2006 This guideline has been reviewed in July 2017 and no evidence

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BIFA Draft Position Statement on HPN in Advanced Malignancy

Comments are welcome by 30th September 2017 – Please send to secretary@bapen.org.uk Download the draft position statement for consultation – here

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