CPD Webinar: A nurse's guide to individualised nutritional care in practice

This free webinar will help nurses identify and address malnutrition through a robust nutrition care process, worth two hours CPD,
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Worth two hours CPD, this free webinar will help nurses identify and address malnutrition through a robust nutrition care process.

Register to watch this webinar for free

Watch it on-demand at a time that suits you, and add two hours CPD into your RCNi Portfolio.

Key points from this CPD webinar:

  • How good nutrition is vital to supporting a patient’s journey to recovery. 
  • The nurses' role of recognising and managing malnutrition.
  • The malnutrition pathway.
  • The process of screening using MUST.
  • How nurses should address nutritional deficit in patients with a variety of medical conditions.

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From long term conditions to acute admissions, good nutrition can play a part in supporting every patient journey.

With malnutrition affecting up to 35% of people admitted to care homes, hospitals, GP practices and hospital outpatient clinics, nurses are at the frontline of efforts to address nutritional deficit in their patients.

This practical and interactive webinar will cover the malnutrition pathway, from screening and assessment to management and the referral process.

Equip yourself with the latest information around nutrition and the role it can play across the continuum of care for a variety of medical conditions and multimorbidities.

Be empowered to act within your knowledge and capacity and feel secure in the understanding of how and when to refer.

This webinar took place on Thursday 13th October 2022.

This event was sponsored by Nutricia.

Contents of this CPD webinar

Dr Richard Hatchett, Senior Nurse Editor, RCNi

Keynote presentation:

Screening for nutritional status: knowing how and when to use MUST

Keynote presentation:

Integrating nutrition into the care pathway: identifying which conditions can benefit from dietetic interventions and how to monitor patient progress
Dr Anne Holdoway, Consultant Dietitian; Fellow, British Dietetic Association and Education Officer, British Association for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (BAPEN)

Keynote presentation:

Case study of a nurse and dietitian working together

Panel discussion

Identifying the nurses’ role: incorporating nutrition into patient assessment and care pathways and knowing when to refer

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