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 an effective malnutrition diagnosis.
The award was consigned by MNI President, Fernando Mateus, to Professor Anibal Marinho – APNEP Chairman – during the ESPEN-ONCA-MNI Joint Session on 2 September 2019 in Krakow, Poland.
For more information about APNEP please visit their website at www.apnep.pt.
All poster applications received will be shortly available on this page.
MNI would like to acknowledge the other applications received, whose posters are available here below:
- The starting point: A broad Platform of Belgian stakeholders sharing the same goal – supported by SNBC and by VVKVM (Belgium)
- Implementation program of the Cartagena Declaration on the right to nutritional care and the fight against malnutrition goal – supported by ACNC (Colombia)
- Development of a cost-effective system for monitoring iatrogenic malnutrition in selected hospitals in all Indian districts – supported by IAPEN (India)
- An adequate protein intake in hospital patients – supported by NESPEN (The Netherlands)
- OPTIMAL: Optimizing dietary treatment to improve dietary intake and proactively prevent or treat malnutrition – supported by NESPEN (The Netherlands)
- Personalized Nutrition through the measurement of new blood biomarkers and metabolomic signatures: A sub-study of the EFFORT trial – supported by GESKES-SSNC (Switzerland)
- Radiation Oncology Study Group Awareness and Education Project – supported by KEPAN (Turkey)
- A digital platform to optimise participant recruitment and retention in nutrition clinical trials –supported by BAPEN (UK)