Priority setting for adult malnutrition and nutritional screening in healthcare: A James Lind AllianceCitation formats

  • External authors:
  • Christine Baldwin
  • Kirstine Farrer
  • Emma Connolly
  • Elizabeth Weekes
  • Elizabeth Anderson
  • Jane Murphy
  • Loraine Gillespie
  • Natalie Welsh
  • Margaret Ogden
  • Marie McDevitt
  • Ruth Day
  • Susan Lynne
  • Toto Gronlund

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Priority setting for adult malnutrition and nutritional screening in healthcare: A James Lind Alliance. / Jones, Debra; Baldwin, Christine; Lal, Simon; Stanmore, Emma; Farrer, Kirstine; Connolly, Emma; Weekes, Elizabeth; Anderson, Elizabeth; Murphy, Jane; Gillespie, Loraine ; Welsh, Natalie; Ogden, Margaret; McDevitt, Marie; Day, Ruth ; Lynne, Susan; Gronlund, Toto; Burden, Sorrel.

In: Journal Human Nutrition and Dietetics, 05.03.2020.

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Jones, D, Baldwin, C, Lal, S, Stanmore, E, Farrer, K, Connolly, E, Weekes, E, Anderson, E, Murphy, J, Gillespie, L, Welsh, N, Ogden, M, McDevitt, M, Day, R, Lynne, S, Gronlund, T & Burden, S 2020, 'Priority setting for adult malnutrition and nutritional screening in healthcare: A James Lind Alliance', Journal Human Nutrition and Dietetics. https://doi.org/10.1111/jhn.12722

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Jones, D., Baldwin, C., Lal, S., Stanmore, E., Farrer, K., Connolly, E., Weekes, E., Anderson, E., Murphy, J., Gillespie, L., Welsh, N., Ogden, M., McDevitt, M., Day, R., Lynne, S., Gronlund, T., & Burden, S. (2020). Priority setting for adult malnutrition and nutritional screening in healthcare: A James Lind Alliance. Journal Human Nutrition and Dietetics. https://doi.org/10.1111/jhn.12722

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Jones, Debra ; Baldwin, Christine ; Lal, Simon ; Stanmore, Emma ; Farrer, Kirstine ; Connolly, Emma ; Weekes, Elizabeth ; Anderson, Elizabeth ; Murphy, Jane ; Gillespie, Loraine ; Welsh, Natalie ; Ogden, Margaret ; McDevitt, Marie ; Day, Ruth ; Lynne, Susan ; Gronlund, Toto ; Burden, Sorrel. / Priority setting for adult malnutrition and nutritional screening in healthcare: A James Lind Alliance. In: Journal Human Nutrition and Dietetics. 2020.

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title = "Priority setting for adult malnutrition and nutritional screening in healthcare: A James Lind Alliance",
abstract = "Introduction Malnutrition is one the greatest global health challenges of our generation leading to increased utilisation of healthcare resources, morbidity and mortality. Research has primarily been driven by industry, academia and clinical working groups and had little involvement from patients and carers. This project aims to establish a priority setting partnership allowing patients, carers, and health care professionals an opportunity to influence the research agenda.Methods A national survey was conducted to gather malnutrition uncertainties and identify key issues (areas within scope where an evidence-base is lacking) from those with experience of malnutrition. Uncertainties were analysed according to themes. Similar questions were grouped and summary questions were developed. A second survey was conducted and respondents were asked to choose their 10 most important summary questions. A workshop was conducted to finalise the top 10 research priorities from the most frequently indicated uncertainties on the interim survey. Results Overall, 1128 uncertainty questions were submitted from 268 people. The interim survey had 71 responses and a list of the top 26 questions was generated for the workshop. There were 26 questions discussed, ranked and agreed by health care professionals, carers and patients at the workshop. The top 10 research priorities were then chosen. These included questions on oral nutritional supplements, vulnerable groups, screening, community care, use of body mass index and technology. Conclusions The top 10 research priorities in malnutrition and nutritional screening have been identified from a robust process involving patients, carers and healthcare professionals.",
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AU - Stanmore, Emma

AU - Farrer, Kirstine

AU - Connolly, Emma

AU - Weekes, Elizabeth

AU - Anderson, Elizabeth

AU - Murphy, Jane

AU - Gillespie, Loraine

AU - Welsh, Natalie

AU - Ogden, Margaret

AU - McDevitt, Marie

AU - Day, Ruth

AU - Lynne, Susan

AU - Gronlund, Toto

AU - Burden, Sorrel

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N2 - Introduction Malnutrition is one the greatest global health challenges of our generation leading to increased utilisation of healthcare resources, morbidity and mortality. Research has primarily been driven by industry, academia and clinical working groups and had little involvement from patients and carers. This project aims to establish a priority setting partnership allowing patients, carers, and health care professionals an opportunity to influence the research agenda.Methods A national survey was conducted to gather malnutrition uncertainties and identify key issues (areas within scope where an evidence-base is lacking) from those with experience of malnutrition. Uncertainties were analysed according to themes. Similar questions were grouped and summary questions were developed. A second survey was conducted and respondents were asked to choose their 10 most important summary questions. A workshop was conducted to finalise the top 10 research priorities from the most frequently indicated uncertainties on the interim survey. Results Overall, 1128 uncertainty questions were submitted from 268 people. The interim survey had 71 responses and a list of the top 26 questions was generated for the workshop. There were 26 questions discussed, ranked and agreed by health care professionals, carers and patients at the workshop. The top 10 research priorities were then chosen. These included questions on oral nutritional supplements, vulnerable groups, screening, community care, use of body mass index and technology. Conclusions The top 10 research priorities in malnutrition and nutritional screening have been identified from a robust process involving patients, carers and healthcare professionals.

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