NutriNord_SCI is a Nordic, multidisciplinary network for health-professionals. Our goal is to spread knowledge based information on nutritional needs and weight management in all phases of SCI rehabilitation. NutriNord was established at the NoSCoS meeting in Linköping, Sweden, 2017.
The last years we have held workshops for health professionals, consumers and others, at the Nordic spinal cord society meetings (NoSCoS) every second year. Here, we discuss challenges, practical approaches, and share education materials in the field of nutrition and SCI. We are a non-profit volunteer network, with core members from the Nordic countries, with digital meetings 2-4 times pr year. Everyone who is curious and/or wants to participate in NutriNord’s work is welcome to contact/join us.
Feel free to download this poster as a pdf, size A2.
The brochure is available in several languages. For more information go to Spinalis webpage.
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The folder in English.
The folder in Danish.
The folder in Norwegian.
The folder in Icelandic.
The folder in Swedish.
The folder in Finnish.
Want to learn more about NutriNord_SCI and/or join our network? Mail us!
or join NutriNord’s Facebook group.
Hanne Björg Slettahjell (chair), Norway
Clinical dietitian and professional leader of Nutrition at Sunnaas Rehabilitation Hospital, Norway, in a combined clinical/research position. Hanne is currently a PhD candidate at Sunnaas/University of Oslo (institute of medical sciences), and studies changes in nutritional status from the acute phase to the first year after a traumatic spinal cord injury.
Line Trine Dalsgaard (chair), Denmark
RN, Coordinating Nurse and Master of Educational, Psychology,
Specialized Hospital for Polio- and Accident Victims.
I have worked with care, treatment and rehabilitation of patients with spinal cord injuries since 2007. With a master’s degree in educational psychology, my focus has been particularly on learning and development processes. I am particularly interested in nutrition, because nutritional status and eating habits are so important to patients’ daily lives and possibilities.
Anna-Carin Lagerström, Sweden
Senior Advisor, Reg.Physiotherapist MSc, Health Educator
Spinalis Foundation, Stockholm, Sweden.
Nicolaj Jerslid Holm, Denmark
Ph.D candidate, master of health sciences, physiotherapist.
Department of Brain and Spinal Cord Injury, The Neuroscience Centre,
Copenhagen University Hospital – Rigshospitalet, Denmark
Anna Wahl, Sweden
Dietitian, Dep of Rehabilitation Medicine, University Hospital, Linköping, Sweden
Charlotte Garvøe, Denmark