Nutritional risk amongst community-living Maori and non-Maori older people in Hawke's Bay.

@article{McElnay2012NutritionalRA,
  title={Nutritional risk amongst community-living Maori and non-Maori older people in Hawke's Bay.},
  author={Caroline McElnay and Bob Marshall and Jessica O'Sullivan and L. Jones and Tracy Ashworth and Karen L. Hicks and Rachel Forrest},
  journal={Journal of primary health care},
  year={2012},
  volume={4 4},
  pages={299-305}
}
INTRODUCTION Maintaining good nutrition is vital for healthy ageing. Poor nutrition increases the risk of hospitalisation, disability and mortality. Research shows clinical malnutrition is preceded by a state of nutritional risk and screening can identify older people at risk of poor nutrition or who currently have impaired nutritional status. AIM To assess the population prevalence of nutritional risk amongst community-living Maori and non-Maori older people in Hawke's Bay. METHODS A… CONTINUE READING
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