What questions should researchers be asking about malnutrition?

Study summary

If you are a patient, carer or NHS professional  with  lived experience or expertise of nutritional screening and malnutrition, then researchers  would like to invite you to be a member of the Steering Group

The Steering Group is part  of  a James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership. This important new project will identify and prioritise research questions from a patient and professional perspective about nutritional screening and malnutrition.

This project is a collaboration between The University of Manchester and the James Lind Alliance, funded by a research grant from the British Dietetic Association and is called the Nutritional Screening and Malnutrition James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership


Patients/carers will be offered £15/hour as a ‘thank you’ for taking part and will also be able to claim reasonable travel expenses.

Who can take part?

Patients, carers and NHS professionals who have lived experience or expertise of nutritional screening and malnutrition.

What will the research involve?

Taking part will involve being part of a steering group to help prioritise research questions  – meetings will take place over 12 – 18 months, starting April 2018.



Where will the research take place?

Three meetings will take place in Manchester and three meetings will be held  by teleconference

Posted on 2nd March 2018 by Jess Zadik

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