Patient nutrition is one of the most important bases of rapid hospitalization. This is a doubling of patients who are in hospital recovery. Standards in the hospital focus on many aspects of patients' care. Good food, fluids and nutritional care are an integral part of care. However, the clinical importance of nutritional care is often overlooked, and in general hospital care requires many efforts, including the mutual efforts of the medical staff, dietitian, nursing staff, pharmacist and the patient itself, This sense we see that the provision of good nutrition is vital for the well-being of the patient in the hospital and the efforts of the nursing staff and nutrition specialists in hospitals, in particular, play a essential role in helping patients who suffer from malnutrition.
The British Academy for Training and Development provides a Rehabilitation Program for nutrition specialists in hospitals to those interested in improving health services and improving their skills in hospital feeding.
Objectives and target group
Who should attend?
All hospital staff, headed by specialists in nutrition and nurses.
The interested in the health management work.
How attendees will benefit?
The importance of nutrition for patients in hospitals.
Improve nutritional care for all patients.
Check all patients.
Develop care plans to meet the needs of food patients.
Meet food needs with appropriate options.
Help to prioritize nutrition specialists who need to be seen
The importance of healthy nutrition.
Types of Food in hospitals.
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