Annual PENG Awards
PENG Award 2017
PENG Award 2017 now open with deadline August 25th 2017.
PENG Award Winners 2016
Congratulations to Sean White, Paula Young and Stephanie Richardson who were awarded PENG Awards for 2016.
2016 Winning Presentations
– Paula Young
– Sean White
– Stephanie Richardson
PENG are pleased to announce the winners of PENG Award 2015 who presented their abstracts at the PENG study day November 16th 2015
WINNERS OF PENG AWARD 2015
- Bruno Mafrici, Nottingham
- Janet Gordon, Birmingham
- Amy Eldrid, Edinburgh
- Mel Baker, Leicester
- Charlie Proctor, London
- Lisa Goldie, Glasgow
PENG Award 2014
Congratulations to the 2014 PENG Award Winners - Rhys White, Alison Culkin and Ruth Stow
PENG are also grateful to the supporters of the Award who are Abbott Nutrition, Fresenius Kabi and Nutricia Advanced Medical Nutrition.
PENG Award 2013
PENG Educational Officer Update by Carole-Anne Fleming
PENG (PENG) in association with Abbott Nutrition, Fresenius Kabi and Nutricia would like to congratulate Ann Ashworth, Lucy Bartkowiak, Toril Ofstad and Rhys White (pictured from left to right) the winners of the PENG award 2013. Each winner will receive a £500 supportive educational grant which will allow then to attend this year's BAPEN's 21st Conference or another relevant educational conference/study day. Reports of how each winner has used their grant will appear in e- PENlines next year.
The FOUR winning abstracts that were submitted were:
An investigation into food and fluid provision and consumption in a Scottish rehabilitation hospital for older adults. By T.W.K. Ofstad, E. Bannerman, H.I.M. Davidson and J. Jones, Queen Margaret University, Queen Margaret University Drive, Musselburgh, East Lothian EH21 6UU, UK
A retrospective study investigating the impact of radical radiotherapy on the nutritional status of patients with lung cancer. By R. White and E. Palmgren, Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, Guys and St Thomas’s NHS Foundation Trust, London SE1 9RT, UK
Dietary nitrate – an unrecognized nutrient? By A. Ashworth, S.J. Bailey, G.M. Hayward, F. DiMenna, A. Vanhatalo, A.M. Jones, Sport and Health Sciences, College of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Exeter, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2 LU, UK
Evaluation of food record charts used within the hospital setting to estimate energy and protein intakes. By L. Bartkowiak, J. Jones and E. Bannerman, Queen Margaret University, Queen Margaret University Drive, Musselburgh, East Lothian, EH21 6UU, UK.