Current nutritionDay worldwide Research

Many are the ongoing nutritionDay research projects carried on worldwide, using nDay data.


Researcher

Research Focus

Sigrid Moick, MA
Medical University of Vienna


Reducing the knowledge to action gap in hospital nutrition care – developing and implementing nutritionDay 2.0

Evaluation of nutritionDay 1.0 and 2.0 between 2006-2019. Short and Mid-term effects of the audit and feedback intervention in hospital units.


Noemi Kiss
Medical University of Vienna


Nutrition-related factor associated with lenght of hospital stay following nutritionDay


Dr. Jakub Cervený
Medical University of Vienna

Economic aspects of nutrition care - a nutritionDay analysis


Dr. Cecilia Veraar, MD
Medical University of Vienna


Start of parenteral nutrition therapy in ICUs, a nutritionDay analysis


Dr. Joanna Ostrowska
Medical University of Warsaw

Elements of the nutritional care process and the prevalence of hospital malnutrition in Poland in comparison with other countries participating in the survey nutritionDay 2015


Gabriel Torbahn
Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

Predictors of incident malnutrition – a nutritionDay and MaNuEL analysis in European and North-American nursing home residents

Dr. Diana Cardenas
Universidad El Bosque, Bogotá

Impact of Food Intake and Hospital Outcomes: results From nutritionDay in Colombia

Dr. Barbara van der Meji
Bond University, Queensland

Risk and protective factors of reduced meal intake in older adults admitted to health care institutions – a nutritionDay study

Prof. Min Chang Kang M.D.
Soonchunhyang University Seoul

Nutritional therapy in the intensive care unit: a nutritionDay multicenter cross-sectional study in Korea

Dr. Suela Sulo
Health Economics and Outcomes Research of Abbott

Prevalence of malnutrition risk in Latin American hospitals: a nutritionDay perspective


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