Managing malnutrition to improve lives and save money

Managing malnutrition to improve lives and save money

Published: 2018, Rebecca Stratton, Trevor Smith and Simon Gabe

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"Following on from UK Malnutrition Awareness Week, the Chairs of BANS (Trevor Smith) and MAG (Rebecca Stratton) and the President of BAPEN (Simon Gabe) have authored a report ‘Managing malnutrition to improve lives and save money’. In addition to helping you understand more about why malnutrition costs so much, this report also highlights the importance of identifying and appropriately managing malnutrition and the cost savings that can be achieved by better management of malnutrition."

– Dr Rebecca Stratton, Chair, Malnutrition Action Group


A report on the cost of disease-related malnutrition in England

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

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Screening for Malnutrition in Sheltered Housing

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.

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The cost of disease-related malnutrition in the UK

The cost of disease-related malnutrition in the UK and economic considerations for the use of oral nutritional supplements (ONS) in adults. Health Economic Report on Malnutrition in the UK.

Published: 2005, Chairman and Editor, Professor Marinos Elia.

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