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The BAPEN Office
The BAPEN OFFICE has been located in Redditch for over 12 years now and is very instrumental in all administration aspects of the running of BAPEN OFFICE.
The BAPEN OFFICE is open:
and is available to answer any queries on membership, publications, e-learning and copyright. They are also happy to ‘point’ you in the right direction regarding any nutritional matters.
The BAPEN OFFICE worked very closely with Christine Russell providing the administration for the Nutrition Screening Week and has been working with Pete Turner, Chair of the Programmes Committee for the last 21 years to deliver the BAPEN Annual Conference.
The BAPEN OFFICE team consists of Jennie Mort, Correen Finney and Sian Hemming.
Jennie Mort: Heads the BAPEN OFFICE team and ensures that all working practices and procedures are in place and carried out correctly. She provides support and assistance to the Officers including finance administration to the Treasurer. She is responsible for liaising with committees and regional representatives and the venues for organising and administering the various Committee and Council Meetings.
Jennie also sits on the Programmes Committee in her capacity as Conference organiser, Sovereign Conference who is responsible for the administration and organisation of BAPEN’s Annual Conference.
Correen Finney: has worked for the BAPEN OFFICE ever since the office relocated to Redditch and is responsible for overseeing all administration aspects including membership, publications, copyright, mailings and general office duties.
Sian Hemming (nee Styling): has worked for the BAPEN OFFICE for six years now and is responsible for administering membership enquiries and publication sales. Sian has recently returned from maternity leave resumed her position within the BAPEN OFFICE 3 days a week. Sian attends the BAPEN Annual Conference on the BAPEN information desk, so this year come along and meet Sian, and put a face to the voice!
Tel: 01527 457 850
- Building BAPEN membership
- Meeting the needs of BAPEN members
- BAPEN structure
- BAPEN communications
- BAPEN's role in the national healthcare agenda
- BAPEN's administrative and financial basis for the realisation of its objectives
BAPEN Objectives 2012-2015
- BAPEN is actively seeking to increase its membership by recruiting new members and new Associate Clinical Interest Groups to improve nutritional care in practice; please do distribute information about BAPEN throughout your networks and encourage your colleagues to join.
- BAPEN is actively strengthening existing links with other professional societies and building new links. Please get in touch with details of any new networks or groups that you think BAPEN should collaborate with
- BAPEN is developing and maintaining effective links with other similar organisations while maintaining its multidisciplinary expertise
- BAPEN holds regular meetings at regional level to encourage networking / information sharing
- BAPEN actively promotes awareness of its activities through its website, publications and the media
- BAPEN is committed to actively meeting the needs of our members and is aiming to do this through influencing the national agenda so that nutritional care becomes a high priority
- BAPEN is identifying and disseminating best practice in the nutritional repletion of malnourished patients of all ages
- BAPEN is developing and disseminating practical guidance on all aspects of care related to under-nutrition
- BAPEN is disseminating examples of good practice in nutritional care to all members
- BAPEN is develop educational and training materials for all those involved in the provision of nutritional care
- BAPEN is providing support materials for the set up and running of clinical Nutrition Support Teams
- BAPEN is supporting the development and implementation of standards through which NSTs can identify good practice and benchmark their own activity
- BAPEN will lead other clinical governance initiatives related to nutritional intervention
- BAPEN will develop and disseminate audit tools for use by its membership
- BAPEN will develop forums for the discussion of nutritional problems with colleagues and to support networking
- BAPEN will maintain a database of members interests and those willing to provide advice and support to others undertaking audit or research in nutrition
- BAPEN hosts an Annual Conference reflecting current trends in research and clinical practice
The Association structure will be maintained and the strategic direction and governance of the Charity will remain the responsibility of the Trustees and Council, with Faculty continuing to act in an advisory capacity. The officers on BAPEN Executive will reflect the changing needs of the Association and will focus on membership, data collection, communications and clinical standards, guidance and education.
- BAPEN will develop a new website, which will host resources for members and have a 'public face' to increase awareness of the problems of under nutrition and how BAPEN is tackling this.
- BAPEN will establish a membership database that allows members to update their own details and renew subscriptions easily
- BAPEN will develop regular e-mail communication with its members, alerting them to initiatives and resources
- BAPEN will develop forums for communications within various committees and Special Interest Groups.
- BAPEN will continue to produce regular printed and electronic newsletters for its membership (In Touch)
- BAPEN will develop a series of videos to be available through the website and on You Tube to promote different aspects of its work
- BAPEN will seek opportunities to engage with the media to promote its work
- BAPEN will listen to patients’ / carers’ nutritional concerns and will act appropriately
- BAPEN will lobby for patient centred policies relating to nutritional care
- BAPEN will promote equity of access to nutritional care for all patients
- BAPEN will continue to collect data and report on the prevalence of malnutrition in different care settings
- BAPEN will continue to collect and report data on the provision of artificial nutrition support through the British Artificial Nutrition Survey (e-BANS)
- BAPEN will produce regular reports and promote national standards of practice
- BAPEN will engage with Department of Health structures at National, Regional and Local levels and will develop a network of local BAPEN advisory groups
- BAPEN will work with partners to develop the Nutrition and Hydration Action Alliance
- BAPEN will have an active role in the Malnutrition Task Force which is aiming to eliminate avoidable malnutrition in older people
- BAPEN will have an active role in the Nutrition and Hydration Action Alliance
- BAPEN will maintain a robust financial structure
- BAPEN will maintain a formal administrative infrastructure
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