Your community, your institution, and most importantly, your patients need you to help us drive forward positive change when it comes to malnutrition and providing optimal nutrition. Register before January 6 and save $100 over the onsite rate.
This interactive guide offers you the tools, care pathways, quality measures, and other important resources you need to address malnutrition.
A.S.P.E.N.'s newly published article, Addressing Disease-Related Malnutrition in Hospitalized Patients: A Call for a National Goal indicates that the impact and scope of disease-related malnutrition argues for its importance as a serious safety issue. The article calls for the establishment of a national goal in the United States.
With its concise, user-friendly format, this handbook provides the information you need for fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base–related patient care. Get your copy today!
Now accepting donations for the CNW16 Silent Action. Help us continue to support early-career researchers by donating an item today. All proceeds will be donated to the A.S.P.E.N. Rhoads Research Foundation. Find out how you can donate here.
Duke University Hospital has 3 openings to join their team of dynamic and enthusiastic nutrition professionals
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Get involved in your local Chapter! A.S.P.E.N. Chapters exist to convene individuals across disciplines in their geographic areas to provide accessible education, networking and specific news and information. All A.S.P.E.N. members are eligible to join their local Chapter at a minimal cost. Belonging to your local Chapter will provide ad hoc volunteer opportunities, sharpen your clinical practice and build your support network right in your own backyard. To learn about A.S.P.E.N.'s Chapters or how to get involved, visit the Chapters page of our website. Questions? Contact Carolyn Woods, Member Engagement Manager, at [email protected].
The opportunity to be involved with a Practice or Specialty Section of A.S.P.E.N. is a free member benefit that allows professionals and students to discuss hot topics, network with peers and work together on important projects and activities that improve patient care in their area of interest. Involvement in an A.S.P.E.N. Section provides opportunities to serve the larger nutrition support community, cultivate individual leadership skills, and collaborate with experts in the field. Learn more about A.S.P.E.N.'s Sections and how to get involved by visiting the Sections' page of our website. Questions? Contact Carolyn Woods, Member Engagement Manager, at [email protected].
Don't miss "Preventing Malnutrition: Innovative Clinical & Nutrition Interventions" on 12/7 free to members
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