ESDN Older Adults Work

Presentations

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2016 EUGMS: Nutrition, Coffee and Age-Related Cognitive Decline. In practice: Implications for healthcare advice to patients

Last Modified: October 2016
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2016 EUGMS: “The role of the dietitian in the Geriatric team”

Last Modified: October 2016
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EFAD 2015 Conference: Diagnosis and treatment of starvation, cachexia and sarcopenia

Last Modified: October 24 2015
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EFAD 2015 Conference: from paper-based to digital screening, assessment and monitoring of malnutrition

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EFAD 2015 Conference: Knowledge and practice among dietitians regarding malnutrition, starvation, cachexia and sarcopenia

Last Modified: October 24 2015
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2014 EFAD conference: Workshop and roundtable

Last Modified: October 2014
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Other Presentations

 

2016 ICD conference

Meeting  of ESDN Older  Adult  in  the  Intenational Congress of Dietetics  on Granada (7-10th, septembre, Granada , Spain).

 

2017 EFAD conference

Program ‘ESDN Older Adult’:   For the abstracts click here

Welcome & introduction
Harriët Jager – Hanzehogeschool Groningen (NL)

 

An introduction to the PROMISS project

Marjolein Visser – VU Medical Centre, Amsterdam (NL)

 

Development and validation of a short food questionnaire to assess low protein intake in community-dwelling older adults

Hanneke Wijnhoven – Free University, Amsterdam (NL)
Poor diet quality and long-term risk of incident protein-energy malnutrition in community-dwelling older adults

Linda Hengeveld – Free University, Amsterdam (NL)

 

Protein intake pattern over the day and the risk of low total protein intake in Dutch older adults

Jolanda de Boer – National Institute for Public Health and the Environment

Bilthoven (NL)

 

Malnutrition & vitamine D deficiency in hip fracture patients

Amalia Tsagkari

 

Time trends in food pattern in 70 year old swedes. What has happened?

Elisabet Rothenberg – Kristianstad University (SE)

 

Summary & take home messages

Harriët Jager – Hanzehogeschool Groningen (NL)