Meal provision in a UK National Spinal Injury Centre: a qualitative audit of service users and stakeholders

Spinal Cord, 05/10/2012

The present study identified some areas where there appeared to have been improvement in spinal cord injury (SCI) hospital catering, but with much still to be achieved. Hospital–catering systems should be tailored to meet the demands of the different patient groups to optimise nutritional intake. Periodic quality control is essential to meet recommendations and patients’ expectations.

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