VANCOUVER, May 24, 2012 /CNW/ - Today and tomorrow at the Canadian Nutrition Society's annual meeting in Vancouver, The Canadian Malnutrition Task Force (CMTF) is presenting preliminary results of the Nutrition Care in Canadian Hospitals Study underscoring that in the hospital setting, malnutrition is prevalent and that nutritional status deteriorates in many patients and that this may affect clinical outcomes.
A team of University of Waterloo students returned home from Halifax this week as national champions of the Canadian Evaluation Society’s Student Case Competition.
This year’s competition, hosted by the Nova Scotia Chapter as part of the 33rd annual national Canadian Evaluation Society conference entitled “valuing difference,” had students develop a mock evaluation proposal for the Community-based Water Monitor program, and pitch it to a panel representing the senior management of the First Nations and Inuit Health Branch of Health Canada.
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