Clinical Nutrition

Clinical nutrition encompasses the application of nutritional principles and interventions in the prevention, management, and treatment of acute and chronic medical conditions. From malnutrition and metabolic disorders to chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease and cancer, nutrition plays a pivotal role in improving patient outcomes and quality of life. Understanding the impact of dietary factors on clinical outcomes is essential for informing evidence-based dietary interventions and optimising patient care. The Clinical Nutrition special collection aims to advance our understanding of the role of nutrition in clinical practice. By investigating the efficacy of nutritional interventions in specific patient populations, we can develop evidence-based guidelines and protocols that optimise nutritional care and improve clinical outcomes. We invite submissions that investigate the efficacy of nutritional interventions in improving clinical outcomes, optimising patient care, and enhancing quality of life for individuals with acute or chronic medical conditions. Types of Papers:
  • Randomised controlled trials evaluating the effectiveness of specific dietary regimens or nutritional supplements in clinical populations.
  • Case studies illustrating the role of nutrition in the management of specific medical conditions or nutritional deficiencies.
  • Meta-analyses synthesising evidence on the impact of nutrition interventions on clinical endpoints such as mortality, morbidity, or hospital readmissions.
  • The development or refinement of techniques in nutrition assessment and their application in the field of clinical nutrition.
  • Implementation studies assessing the feasibility and effectiveness of integrating nutrition interventions into routine clinical practice.

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