Mise en œuvre de la démarche INPAC dans les hôpitaux canadiens : facteurs clés de réussite


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Speaker: Ms. Manon Laporte et Marilee Stickles-White, Dt.P.

The Integrated Nutrition Pathway for Acute Care (INPAC) is an evidence-based algorithm to detect, monitor and treat malnutrition in acute care patients. In the More-2-Eat Study, the implementation of the INPAC is tested in 5 Canadian hospitals. This session will provide practical information on how one independent hospital site and one involved in the More-2-Eat Study have implemented aspects of the INPAC this year. More specific focus will be on nutrition screening at admission, triage using the Subjective Global Assessment and implementation of a Volunteer Meal Assistance Program. Key strategies for success will be discussed.

Presentation Slide Deck is available for downloading in English and French

** Original Source: "Canadian Malnutrition Week Series: CNS/CMTF" Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Length: 1:04:14

Type: Video

Last Updated: September 29, 2016

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