Journal of Gerontological Nursing

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Abstract

How to Obtain Contact Hours by Reading This Issue

Instructions: 2.1 contact hours will be awarded for this activity. A contact hour is 60 minutes of instruction. This is a Learner-Paced Program. Vindico Medical Education does not require submission of quiz answers. A contact hour certificate will be awarded 4 to 6 weeks upon receipt of your completed Registration Form, including the Evaluation portion. To obtain contact hours:

  1. Read the article “Identifying Geriatric Malnutrition in Nursing Practice: The Mini Nutritional Assessment (MNA®)—An Evidence-Based Screening Tool” on pages 18–27 carefully noting the tables and other illustrative materials that are provided to enhance your knowledge and understanding of the content.

  2. Read each question and record your answers. After completing all questions, compare your answers to those provided at the end of the quiz.

  3. Type or print your full name, address, and date of birth in the spaces provided on the registration form.

  4. Indicate the total time spent on the activity (reading article and completing quiz). Forms and quizzes cannot be processed if this section is incomplete. All participants are required by the accreditation agency to attest to the time spent completing the activity.

  5. Forward the completed form with your check or money order for $20 made payable to JGN-CNE. All payments must be made in U.S. dollars and checks must be drawn on U.S. banks. Quizzes are accepted up to 24 months from date of issue.

This activity is co-provided by Vindico Medical Education and the Journal of Gerontological Nursing. Vindico Medical Education is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by New Jersey State Nurses Association, an accredited approver, by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. P#188-6/09-12.

Objectives: After studying the article, “Identifying Geriatric Malnutrition in Nursing Practice: The Mini Nutritional Assessment (MNA®)—An Evidence-Based Screening Tool” in this issue, the participant will:

  1. Discuss the relationship between malnourishment and other health-related problems.

  2. Identify the prevalence of protein calorie malnutrition in older adults in various settings.

  3. Describe the advantages of the MNA in detecting malnutrition and risk for malnutrition in older adults.

  4. Describe the MNA-short form and advantages for its use in detecting malnutrition and risk for malnutrition in older adults.

  5. Discuss how nurses can incorporate the MNA in different practice settings.

Abstract

How to Obtain Contact Hours by Reading This Issue

Instructions: 2.1 contact hours will be awarded for this activity. A contact hour is 60 minutes of instruction. This is a Learner-Paced Program. Vindico Medical Education does not require submission of quiz answers. A contact hour certificate will be awarded 4 to 6 weeks upon receipt of your completed Registration Form, including the Evaluation portion. To obtain contact hours:

  1. Read the article “Identifying Geriatric Malnutrition in Nursing Practice: The Mini Nutritional Assessment (MNA®)—An Evidence-Based Screening Tool” on pages 18–27 carefully noting the tables and other illustrative materials that are provided to enhance your knowledge and understanding of the content.

  2. Read each question and record your answers. After completing all questions, compare your answers to those provided at the end of the quiz.

  3. Type or print your full name, address, and date of birth in the spaces provided on the registration form.

  4. Indicate the total time spent on the activity (reading article and completing quiz). Forms and quizzes cannot be processed if this section is incomplete. All participants are required by the accreditation agency to attest to the time spent completing the activity.

  5. Forward the completed form with your check or money order for $20 made payable to JGN-CNE. All payments must be made in U.S. dollars and checks must be drawn on U.S. banks. Quizzes are accepted up to 24 months from date of issue.

This activity is co-provided by Vindico Medical Education and the Journal of Gerontological Nursing. Vindico Medical Education is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by New Jersey State Nurses Association, an accredited approver, by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. P#188-6/09-12.

Objectives: After studying the article, “Identifying Geriatric Malnutrition in Nursing Practice: The Mini Nutritional Assessment (MNA®)—An Evidence-Based Screening Tool” in this issue, the participant will:

  1. Discuss the relationship between malnourishment and other health-related problems.

  2. Identify the prevalence of protein calorie malnutrition in older adults in various settings.

  3. Describe the advantages of the MNA in detecting malnutrition and risk for malnutrition in older adults.

  4. Describe the MNA-short form and advantages for its use in detecting malnutrition and risk for malnutrition in older adults.

  5. Discuss how nurses can incorporate the MNA in different practice settings.

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