Home Artificial Nutrition Awareness Week 2018 Patients on Intravenous and Naso-gastric Nutrition Treatment (PINNT), have featured patient stories for HAN week. Each one gives a brief idea of their pathway on
The NNNG elected its new Chair of the group at its executive committee meeting on Sunday 8th July 2018. Claire Campbell, the current communications officer, was elected to replace
The guidance on connecting, disconnecting and changing the dressing for parenteral support (includes nutrition and fluid) catheters, was requested by NHS England, supported by BAPEN, NNNG, BIFA, BSG and PINNT.
Resources to support safer modification of food and drink 27 June 2018 Download Full Alert It’s available via the following link https://improvement.nhs.uk/news-alerts/safer-modification-of-food-and-fluid/. Supporting resource page available via https://improvement.nhs.uk/resources/transition-to-iddsi-framework/ that we
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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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
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
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
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