The Dietitian Cafe is a podcast for healthcare professionals to learn from. We meet a number of different dietitians and discuss many areas of dietetics and nutrition, from studying to academia, clinical to industry, the NHS to freelancing.
The Dietitian Cafe S2E1: Sam Howard
In the opening episode of season 2, Harriet meets Sam Howard - an expert in the behaviour change approach.
Sam has a great variety of clinical dietetic experience and we hear how she began working in the area of behaviour change in addition to learning more about patient-centred communication and care.
Sam is a HCPC Registered Dietitian, Full Member of the British Dietetic Association and Director of Sunlight Nutrition Limited and Behaviour Change Training.
Applying a Behavioural Approach to a Virtual World
This can be accessed here: https://youtu.be/ZzPyqHrfAj8
APPLYING A BEHAVIOURAL APPROACH TO A VIRTUAL WORLD – PART 2 THE MIDDLE OF THE CONSULTATION: HOW TO GIVE ADVICE EFFECTIVELY
We have been so appreciative of all the feedback we received following Webinar 1 and have just produced Webinar 2 based on this.
The webinar can be accessed for FREE here: https://youtu.be/_h3JXmC6ndo
Our online modules that have been developed in collaboration with the College of Contemporary Health can be accessed here: https://www.contemporaryhealth.co.uk/shop/
2 DAY COURSES VIA ZOOM
For upcoming course dates and further information visit our website www.bctonline.co.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org
LinkedIn: Behaviour Change Training / Samantha Howard
The Dietitian Cafe S1E8: Louise Symington
In the season 1 finale of The Dietitian Cafe, Harriet is joined by Louise Symington.
Louise is a Registered Dietitian with a Masters in Food Sustainability. Louise's earlier career was spent in clinical and public health nutrition. Since completing her Masters in 2010 she has worked for charities such as The National Trust and Sustain, guiding and developing sustainable food policies and initiatives. Louise has been a guest lecturer at London Metropolitan University and was on the advisory panel for DEFRA’s Green Food Project.
Louise now works freelance providing nutritional advice to individuals and food companies. At the moment she is leading the food sustainability module for Culinary Medicine UK.
You can find Louise on www.sustainabledietitian.co.uk and @sustainabledietitian
The Dietitian Cafe: S1E7: Rosie Long
Harriet is joined by Rosie Long a Freelance Nutrition & PR Consultant.
Rosie has worked in a number of nutrition and communications roles in the food industry and discusses PR, health claims and offers advice to any dietitians looking to work in the food industry.
The Dietitian Cafe: S1E6: Orla Walsh
Orla Walsh joins us (remotely!) at The Dietitian Cafe, to discuss her career to date. Specialising in fertility, Oral has helped numerous couples achieve their dreams of parenthood, and shares her stories with Harriet Smith.
The Dietitian Cafe: S1E5: COVID-19 Special: Aaron Boysen
Aaron is a NHS dietitian at Bradford Teaching Hospital in the North of England. He has been qualified for almost a year and is currently working to provide nutrition support to patients with COVID-19. Aaron joined us at The Dietitian Cafe at the weekend to discuss his experiences on the Intensive Care Units in a harrowing interview, exploring the challenges the team face, and the vital care of key workers. He also shares his coping strategies in such an emotional environment. In Aaron's free time he produces his own podcast called Dietetics Digest Podcast and interviews dietitians from other specialties.
The Dietitian Cafe: S1E4: Bahee Van De Bor
Bahee shares her career history in this week's The Dietitian Cafe; from her upbringing in Sri Lanka, her education in New Zealand, her move to the UK and her role at Great Ormond Street Hospital where she developed nutrition guidelines. Specialising in ketogenic diets, Bahee emphasises the importance of research centres in hospital centres.