Activities

Image

ESPEN Malnutrition Awareness Week 2024

The ESPEN Malnutrition Awareness Week (MAW) is an annual international campaign dedicated to raising global awareness about disease-related malnutrition (DRM), and its profound impact on patient’s wellbeing and public health.

From 11-15th of November, we unite communities worldwide to raise awareness about DRM, educate healthcare professionals from all disciplines ensuring early detection, intervention, and comprehensive care for individuals affected by DRM, monitor quality of nutritional care in healthcare institutions, and advocate for transformative action against this global health challenge.

Explore the activities and webinars organized by ESPEN for this year and find out how to take part to the MAW in your institution or country.


Image
Image
MAW Press Kit

Please find the Media press template for dissemination to local medias in national language. Translate the press release in your local language and contact local media for dissemination of the MAW in your country.

Image
MAW Videos

We interviewed representatives of the PEN Societies part of ESPEN. Find out about planned activities during the ESPENMAW24. Share them on your social media.

Image
MAW Social Media Campaign

Share and disseminate the #ESPENMAW24 campaign on your preferred social media platform. The ESPENMAW campaign is available in Spanish as well.

Image
ESPEN Fact Sheets

Fact sheets are a successful ESPEN format which transform scientific content in visual material for educational and social media use. Share them!

Image
MAW Webinars

Take part in the organized ESPENMAW24 webinars.
Free participation REGISTRATION is mandatory. More info soon.

Image
ESPENMAW Calendar

Save the Dates! Join the ESPEN MAW activities planned for 2024.

Malnutrition Awareness Week Worldwide

The Malnutrition Awareness Week Worldwide (MAW) is an annual international campaign dedicated to raising global awareness about disease-related malnutrition (DRM), and its profound impact on patient’s wellbeing and public health.

Image