Guidelines for the Detection and Management of Malnutrition. A report by the Malnutrition Advisory Group, a standing committee of the British Association for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition
Published 2000, Chairman and Editor: Dr Marinos Elia
The Malnutrition Advisory Group (MAG) launched the first consensus guidelines and screening tool to tackle the serious public health problem posed by malnutrition. Contrary to popular belief, malnutrition is not restricted to the developing world and is a serious UK public health problem. Malnutrition is frequently unrecognised and untreated in community, hospital and nursing homes and there is currently no nutritional tool and guidelines which comply with strict criteria laid down by the Royal College of General Practitioners, British Dietetic Association and Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network. The MAG guidelines are scientifically rigorous, evidence-based and have been piloted in the community.
A report on the cost of disease-related malnutrition in England and a budget impact analysis of implementing the NICE clincial guidelines/quality standard on nutritional support in adults
Published: 2015, Marinos Elia, on behalf of the Malnutrition Action Group of BAPEN and the National Institute for Health Research Southampton Biomedical Research Centre
Screening for Malnutrition in Sheltered Housing
Published: 2009, Group on Nutrition and Sheltered Housing (GNASH), led by BAPEN.
The report was launched Tuesday 12th May 2009, at the House of Commons at a Reception hosted by Paul Burstow MP.
The 'MUST' Report. Nutritional screening of adults: a multidisciplinary responsibility. Development and use of the 'Malnutrition Universal Screening Tool' ('MUST') for adults.
Published: 2003, Chairman of MAG and Editor: Professor Marinos Elia.