The University of Manchester, in partnership with other UK nutrition-based organisations, wants to give people living with malnutrition and healthcare professionals a louder voice in malnutrition and nutritional screening research. Together we want to find the top 10 priorities for malnutrition research
Do you have experience of malnutrition (reduced appetite/eating less) as a patient, carer or health care professional? If so, would you be interested in being involved in our final workshop for setting research priorities in malnutrition.
We hope that this will help researchers focus on finding answers to questions which will make the most difference to people with malnutrition and to those who care for them.
Refreshments and lunch will be provided and travel expenses up to £50 will be reimbursed. Unfortunately we cannot pay for anyone’s time.
The workshop will include people with lived experience of malnutrition and health and care professionals who work within this area.
Together, you will make decisions about the research questions you think should be prioritised. You will work in small groups to discuss approximately 25 questions and decide the order of importance of the questions.
You will be encouraged to talk about your opinions and experiences. Everyone at the workshop will have different views and ideas, and they are all valid and important.
The University of Manchester, Oxford Road on Friday 7th June 2019 from 9.30am to 4.00pm
If you would like to take part, please get in touch with the research team by end May 2019 using the enquiry form.
Please see information sheets for further details about this opportunity.
Ethics approved references for this study are listed below