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  • Canadian Malnutrition Taskforce Resources
    • This website provides a vast array of tools to help address malnutrition, including those for diagnosing, screening, treating, monitoring, advocating, guidelines and protocols, communications tools, audit and monitoring change, poster presentations and other malnutrition initiatives.
  • Dutch Malnutrition Steering Group Toolkit
    • This toolkit includes guidelines for malnutrition screening, checklists for hospitals, “rate-a-plate” materials to assess a patient’s intake, and more.
  • Malnutrition Matters: Meeting Quality Standards in Nutritional Care (2010)
    • Produced by the British Association for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (BAPEN), this resource hub is intended for Primary Care Trust Chief Executives, Primary Care Trust Commissioners, Directors of Public Health, Local Authority Chief Executives, Directors of Adult Social Services, Directors of Children’s Social Services, Directors of Care Homes and Sheltered Housing, and providers of Nutritional Services in England. It’s goal is to assist commissioners and providers to deliver high quality nutritional care across all care settings and meet national nutritional quality targets including those of the Care Quality Commission.
  • Managing Adult Malnutrition in the Community (2012)
    • Coming out of the UK, this document is a practical guide to support General Practitioners and other health care professionals in the community to identify and manage individuals at risk of disease related malnutrition, including the appropriate use of oral nutritional supplements. A snapshot of the report’s information can be found here.
  • Tackling Malnutrition Among Older People in the Community (2008)
    • This is a summary of discussions organized by the Welsh Consumer Council. It is intended for policymakers, health care practitioners, and community stakeholders working with malnourished individuals.

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