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Can the NHS go from Hell’s Kitchen to MasterChef?


Sara talks about her experiences of 'awful' and 'unidentifiable' food and yet questions my 'ironic' statement about McDonalds. Patients need food, they need nutrients and they need something to stimulate their appetite - MacDonalds seems to fit the bill! However, how much better it would be if hospitals were to take their role in nutrition more seriously. It is surely up to us as professionals and patient advocates to play our role in this aspect of care and campaigning for appropriate food for our patients?

Posted date

17 October, 2010

Posted time

3:41 pm