Preventing hospital re-admissions through good nutrition Free

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Ms Alison Smith looks at ways to prevent hospital readmissions, including treating malnutrition in a holistic way, using a variety of healthy foods as opposed to supplements. Focussing on malnutrition in older people, Ms Smith dispells the myth that losing weight unintentionally is a 'normal' part of ageing. 

This lecture was filmed for the event 'Successful ageing: a multi-professional approach' at the RSM in London on Monday 26th February 2018.

Length: 00:23:27

00:00:16 - Preventing hospital readmissions through good nutrition
00:08:05 - Screening for malnutrition
00:17:23 - Treating malnutrition with food
00:21:45 - Conclusion
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Professor Sir Nicholas Wald, Director, Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine.

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Dr Venket Rao, Professor Emeritus, Department of Nutritional Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto.

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Professor John Hunter, Honorary Consultant Physician, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge.  

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Professor Charles Spence, Oxford University.

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Professor John Warner, Professor of Paediatrics and Head of Department, Imperial College St Mary's Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.

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James Brown, Lecturer and ARCHA Clinical/Community Engagement Lead, Aston University. 

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Mark Johnson, Director, Mary Seactoe Research Centre, De Montfort University.

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Benjamin Jacobs, Consultant Paediatrician, National Orthopaedic Hospital.

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