Events & courses

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Nutrition in Wound Care: Essential Aspects to Improve Patient Outcomes
Speaker: Liz Anderson, Lead Nurse for Nutrition
Time: Thursday 20th May, 18:00-19:00 BST Register now ...

25th, 26th & 27th May
Day 1 - Medical Masterclass on Medical Ketogenic Dietary Therapies
Days 2 and 3 - Dietetic Masterclass  Registration here...

30th September to 1st October 2021 - Swallowing & Communication in cancer patients
An introductory course for HCPs.  Register here...

APRIL 2021

A three-track programme is designed by healthcare professionals and has something for everyone each day, spanning disciplines from primary to specialist care, podiatry, paediatrics and dietetics. So it will leave you with the diabetes knowledge you need to provide the best care for your patients.

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On behalf of Nutrition and Wellbeing and Susan Church this established one-day course is endorsed for CPD by the BDA and the AfN. It offers practical and educational sessions that support Dietitians and Nutritionists in analysing recipes accurately. The course will comply with any social distancing guidance in place at that time.

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Please contact: [email protected] or Tel: 07719 381949.

This year the focus is on childhood food allergy, the weaning journey for parents of babies with food allergies.


Healthcare professionals and health promotion experts will join forces to increase public awareness about both the causes and cures for our modern stress epidemic.

GPs and Dietitians are frequently managing patients with IBS in primary care. This webinar will provide a summary and critical appraisal of the evidence for dietary and lifestyle management of IBS.

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MAY 2021

Diabetes UK joins Public Health England and NHS England as proud campaign partners for this annual awareness week.


Hilton Manchester

 Bringing together health and care professionals with pharmaceutical and health technology communities to share the latest in evidence-based excellence and innovation.

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Exploring the latest research into dietary influences on the gut microbiome, 20th May 2021

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Focusing on optimising care after treatment and improving recovery after discharge.

Abstract submissions on all topics welcome, related to enhanced recovery, and the conference focus.

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Working on providing a secure COVID-19 event; please check the website for updates and registration. Approved for CPD by the BDA.

JUNE 2021

Exploring the latest research into the role of the gut microbiome in clinical practice, 15th June 2021

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Nutrition, health and ageing - translating science into practice. This conference will explore current issues in relation to nutritional status in specific chronic diseases associated with ageing populations, including metabolic health, cognitive function and sarcopenia.

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JULY 2021

Theme: Nutrition in a changing world
Update: This conference, organised by a Scientific organising team from the University of Southampton, will take place on 5-8 July 2021. The venue and full scientific programme will be announced in January 2021. The ‘go-no-go’ decision date for this is likely to be in April 2021.

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Hypercholesterolaemia: familial or not?
Join nurses, doctors, allied health professionals, scientists and dietitians from across the UK and beyond for interactive learning and discussions on lipids.

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Dympna Pearson and Associates. Online via Zoom.
The course aims to introduce the concept of using motivational approaches in healthcare, to increase knowledge about their application in practice and to learn some of the skills and strategies involved. or email [email protected] or telephone 01332 254679.


Royal Marsden

The programme consists of a series of lectures and emergency scenarios relating to all aspects of swallowing and communication within the cancer care environment.




To explore the use of behavioural and cognitive behavioural strategies that can be used for supporting changes in health behaviour.
BCT trainer: Dr Lih-Mei Liao and Cheryl Percival

Online via Zoom or email [email protected] or telephone 01332 254679.

The aim of this study day is to update delegates on what is new and rapidly changing for patients with recurrent disease or progressive disease. Discussions on multimodality options and the impact on how we care for this specific patient population.

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MARCH 2022

A study day aimed at Allied Healthcare Professionals such as doctors, nurses, dietitians, radiographers, physiotherapists.

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