Video: Global Leadership Initiative on Malnutrition (GLIM) Scoping Review

This video summarizes the article, “Utilization and Validation of the Global Leadership Initiative on Malnutrition: A Scoping Review” published in Clinical Nutrition. It outlines the main elements of the scoping review and highlights the main findings and conclusions related to current publications on GLIM.

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Podcast: A Conversation on the Global Leadership Initiative on Malnutrition (GLIM) Scoping Review

In this 21-minute podcast episode, Drs. Isabel Correia and Leah Gramlich, discuss their scoping review on the utilization and validation of the Global Leadership Initiative on Malnutrition (GLIM). Drs. Correia and Gramlich share the background on GLIM and why this scoping review was done and what the implications are for healthcare professionals.

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April Nutrition Research Review

Interested in reviewing the lastest nutrition science? Review article abstracts and find links to the latest articles in our April 2022 Nutrition Research Review.

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NAVIGATING YOUR DIETETIC CAREER PATH: A PANEL DISCUSSION

The Abbott Nutrition Health Institute (ANHI) held a summit for emerging dietitians on November 10, 2021. The event included expert dietitians from across the country for a professional development discussion on ways to navigate a career in dietetics. In this video, Ainsley Malone, MS, RDN, LD, CNSC, FAND, FASP, Wesley McWhorter, DrPH, MS, RDN, LD, CSCS, Monica Salinas, MS, RD, CDN, CNSC, and Jasmine Westbrooks, MS, RD, LD, CDCES, share personal stories and strategies to positively influence your career path.

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GOOD NUTRITION FOR OPTIMAL HEALTH

This video is an educational tool to help teach your patients how good nutrition is essential for optimal health. Use it with patients to show them how nutrition supports the immune system, contributes to strength, and gives the ability to heal and recover from injuries.

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ABBOTT NUTRITION RESEARCH CONFERENCE (ANRC): EXPERT INTERVIEWS

For more than 50 years, the Abbott Nutrition Research Conference has brought together key experts and clinicians from around the globe to discuss scientific advances in nutrition. Watch six different experts discuss a variety of topics, including: malnutrition; muscle loss and body composition changes in adults; immune function; and innovative body composition assessment tools. Originally recorded, and broadcasted live for the first time, on June 22, 2021.

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STRENGTHENING COMPASSION AND INTERPROFESSIONAL COLLABORATION

Working together helps to reduce healthcare professional fatigue. This American Society on Aging Generations Now blog identifies the tenets of strengthening compassion and interprofessional collaboration. The blog also highlights new resources available from the Abbott Nutrition Health Institute to help learn the signs and symptoms of compassion fatigue, stress and burnout.

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TAKING THE NEXT STEP FORWARD: NEW ICAA WOUND CARE VIRTUAL WORKGROUP REPORT

Recognizing that chronic nonhealing wounds impact an individual’s health and wellness, Abbott collaborated with the International Council on Active Aging® (ICAA) to investigate how wounds that have not healed within 30 days affect the mobility and functional ability of people residing in senior living communities. The project included a survey of ICAA membership and a workgroup of nine professionals in clinical and nutrition fields and is summarized in this white paper.

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NUTRITION-FOCUSED QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM YIELDS BENEFITS

This American Society on Aging Generations Now blog summarizes a new study on a real-world quality improvement program (QIP) that evaluated the effectiveness of a nutrition care program in outpatient centers. The study was a collaboration with Abbott and the University of Southern California (USC). The purpose of the 90-day nutrition-focused QIP was to improve care, reduce healthcare resource use, and lower costs.

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GROWTH SUMMIT VIDEO SERIES

These short videos bring together scientific experts from around the world to share their knowledge and experience in the nutritional management of child and adolescent growth.

There are six episodes in this series.

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