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Date: 02 June 2023
Dietitians work in the NHS, private practice, industry, education, research, sport, media, public relations, publishing, non-government organisations (NGOs) and government. Their advice influences food and health policy across the spectrum from government, local communities and individuals.
Dietitians can assess, diagnose and treat diet and nutrition problems at an individual and wider public health level. We use the most up-to-date public health and scientific research on food, health and disease, and translate this into practical guidance to enable you to make appropriate lifestyle and food choices.
Dietitians have a wide range of knowledge and specialise in topics including: Diabetes, Food Allergies, Obesity, Mental Health, Paediatrics, Enteral Nutrition, Oncology, Malnourishment and many more.
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If you received a food diary template or your Dietitian requested you keep a record of your oral intake, try to complete these as accurately as you can and bring them to your appointment. These will help us develop the best treatment plan possible for you.
Tel: 01983 534790
Our team consists of registered dietitians specialising in a variety of fields, a dietetic associate practitioner and administrators, working together to give the best possible care. We are:
Sarah Todd - Clinical Lead Dietitian
Deborah Shrubsole - Clinical Nutrition Nurse Specialist
Sarah Eastman - Specialist Dietitian
Elisabeth O'Connell - Specialist Dietitian
Chad Hamilton - Specialist Dietitian
David Swain - Specialist Dietitian
Sophie Oatley - Senior Dietitian
Samiha Ahmed - Senior Dietitian
Alice Bagnall - Senior Dietitian
Samantha Kennedy - Senior Dietitian
Maddison Hardy - Dietetic Associate Practitioner
Amelia Copeland - Administrator
Billie Fitzsimmons - Administrator
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