Here are resources you can use to promote Malnutrition Awareness Week and/or hold an event at your institution. Together, we can help educate our colleagues, patients, and communities on the dangers of malnutrition.
Download a PDF of MAW 2021 stickers (letter or A4 size) and print them on letter size label sheets or A4 size label sheets and distribute in your organization. The PDFs are also available in Spanish (letter or A4 size).
NEW! Malnutrition Awareness Week Facebook Group Page
Join our MAW Ambassador Group Page
to share ideas with other ambassadors and inspire others to get involved.
How to Organize an Event at Your InstitutionThis document
provides quick tips on how to organize an event for Malnutrition Awareness Week at your institution.
Tips from Seasoned Ambassadors
Read how some of our ambassadors
have raised awareness about malnutrition and educated their colleagues and communities on intervention and treatment of malnutrition.
Download the webinar schedule
and post throughout your organization.
Malnutrition Awareness Week Logo
Download the Malnutrition Awareness Week logo in RGB
(for digital use) or CMYK
(for print use) and add to your website or communications.
Share posts on social media. Here are suggested text and images .
Images for Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn
Images for Instagram
Download and post these posters around your institution.
Ask About Your Nutrition Posters
It is important for patients, as well as caregivers and families, to be proactive and ask about their nutrition status. ASPEN has created two educational posters to help you recognize the signs of malnutrition, so you can talk to your healthcare provider about treatment. The posters are available in multiple languages.
Looks Can Be Deceiving Posters
Each day, approximately 15,000 hospital patients with malnutrition go undiagnosed. Patients with malnutrition have higher hospital costs, longer stays, and increased mortality. Please share these infographics on malnutrition with colleagues, patients and their families.