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Leah Gramlich


The Canadian Malnutrition Task Force is pleased to announce the new Subjective Global Assessment Video Collection©. This must have tool will help you get started with assessing malnutrition in adults.

With an introduction by Dr. Khursheed Jeejeebhoy and featuring Dr. Leah Gramlich and registered dietitians from Alberta Health Service-Nutrition Services, there are four videos featured in this collection:

Part 1: SGA Techniques
Includes assessing nutrient intake, weight changes, symptoms, functional capacity, metabolic requirements and physical examination (appx 16 minutes)

Part 2: SGA in Action
Demonstrates how the SGA techniques can be applied through a series of four case studies with varying degrees of malnutrition risk (appx 17 mins)

Part 3: Frequently asked questions
Listen to SGA experts respond to the most commonly asked questions from clinicians that use SGA (appx 18 mins).

Special features include a comprehensive table of contents, script notes, pause-previous-next buttons, and a search function to help navigate through the various sub sections easily to enhance your learning needs.

Part 4 Bonus video of a Compendium of Case Studies
Dr. Barb Bielawska MD MSc FRCPC presents 6 additional cases with a review of their current, past medical histories and treatments that impact risk of malnutrition.

The 2022 SGA Video Collection© is available in 2 options:

  1. Individual License- 1 user (Click on Buy Now)
  2. Bulk License-multiple users (Click on Bulk Order Form)

An educator can purchase an individual license to show the video in a classroom setting for training purposes only. CMTF-CNS is to be acknowledged as the source. We strongly encourage those interested in using SGA in their practice to purchase their own copy.

Images from this SGA Video Collection are not to be reproduced as this is a copyright violation.

SGA Video Collection© May 2022 copyright Canadian Malnutrition Task Force, Canadian Nutrition Society.

Length: Part 1: SGA techniques 16:05 mins
Part 2: SGA In Action 16:54 mins
Part 3: FAQs 17:45 mins
Case Compendium: 26:32 mins

Type: Video

Last Updated: May 11, 2022

Name Type
SGA Case Studies Compendium Video
SGA Form File
SGA Guidance Document File
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