Grant

The MNI grant rewards national initiatives or research projects for Optimal Nutritional Care. The objective is to support and/or inspire high quality initiatives. Over the years, the MNI Grant has supported or stimulated ambitious initiatives – endorsed by PEN (or sister) societies worldwide – which have contributed to improving nutritional care policies at national level.

2024 MNI Grant

  • Award: €40.000
  • Submission deadline: 30 April 2024

The 2024 MNI Grant will award €40,000 for Optimal Nutritional Care

The MNI grant rewards national initiatives or research projects for Optimal Nutritional Care. The objective is to support and/or inspire high quality initiatives. Over the years, the MNI Grant has supported or stimulated ambitious initiatives – endorsed by PEN (or sister) societies worldwide – which have contributed to improving nutritional care policies at national level.

Past grants

15th anniversary (2008-2023)

In 2008 MNI launched the MNI Grant to raise awareness on malnutrition and to reward initiatives tackling malnutrition at national level.Over the years, the MNI Grant has supported or stimulated ambitious initiatives – endorsed by PEN (or sister) societies worldwide – which have contributed to improving nutritional care policies at the national level. In 2023, MNI will celebrate the 15th anniversary of the MNI Grant for which applications are open until April 30!

Years
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2019
Portugal

Mandatory screening implementation

The 2019 MNI Grant was awarded to the Portuguese Association of Enteral and Parenteral Nutrition (APNEP) for its outstanding project on mandatory screening implementation to promote...

2017
UK

Education for Healthcare Practice

The MNI Grant 2017 was awarded to the British Dietetic Association (BDA) / Global Centre for Nutrition and Health (NNEdPro) for its outstanding project “Nutrition...

10 Years of MNI Grant - The Value of Cooperation (2008-2018)

In the words of MNI President 2018, Tim Meyerhoff: “MNI is grateful for the support, passion and dedication of its partners over the years and we look forward to continue working together to achieving better care through better nutrition in the following decade.” The efforts and results of these first ten years of cooperation are summarised in the below booklet.

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