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Portion size concerns over hospital food

9th March 2011

A survey by the NI Patient and Client Council has suggested that hospital food providers should pay more attention to the size of portions and special dietary needs.

The Northern Ireland poll, which also considered the views of carers, also indicated that many patients are generally happy with the quality of food but meal times should be protected. The survey said the use of trained volunteers at meal times should be considered and existing staff should communicate better with patients.

 

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Article Information

Title: Portion size concerns over hospital food
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 17810
Date Added: 9th Mar 2011

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