With the European population growing older, the challenge is to keep an increasing number of seniors across all European countries healthy and active. In Europe, between 13.5 % and 29.7 % of older adults living at home are malnourished or at risk of protein energy malnutrition. PROMISS aims to better understand and ultimately prevent protein energy malnutrition in seniors. Thereby, PROMISS will contribute to improve active and healthy ageing.

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Nutrition for healthy ageing

News

21st January 2019

Save the date for the EFAD Conference 2019

Save the date for the #EFADConference organised by the PROMISS_VU project partner EFAD. The conference is taking place in #Berlin on 1 & 2 November 2019. The theme this year is ‘Breaking Professional Boundaries’. Preliminary programmes for this event will be available 1 March. Details at: https://efadconference.com/

20th January 2019

Abstract submission is now open for ESPEN 2019

You can now contribute to ESPEN 2019 by submitting your research in the field of clinical nutrition and metabolism.

Be sure to read the submission guidelines carefully to ensure that your abstract complies with the guidelines set out by the Abstract Grading Committee.

Take a look the abstract topics available.

14th January 2019

PROMISS, a good practice on the “Optimal Nutritional Care for All” (ONCA) website

We are delighted to inform that the PROMISS project has been included as good practice to the “Optimal Nutritional Care for All” (ONCA) website. This confirms that our project is a pioneering innovative to improve nutritional care and screening across Europe.

 

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@PROMISS_VU partner EFAD is already preparing the 12th EFAD conference in Berlin on 1-2 November with many new interesting topics. promiss-vu.eu/save-the-date-… twitter.com/efad_org/statu…

About 14 hours ago from PROMISS Project's Twitter via Twitter Web Client

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