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Dietitians are trained to at least degree level and have an expert knowledge of science, food and nutrition. They are skilled in translating this knowledge into every day terms.
The department is made up of dietitians, dietetic assistants and a clerical support team. We see patients with a variety of health needs and conditions, including:
Please contact your GP or hospital consultant for a referral to the nutrition and dietetic service.
Nutribytes, a creative media group founded by registered dietitians, have developed a series of four patient videos to help support those recovering from critical illness.
The four short videos give an overview of:
Created with input from specialist critical care and respiratory dietitians and a speech and language therapist.
The British Dietetic Association produce a range of evidence based fact sheets covering topics related to nutrition and health.
These fact sheets are for information only and are not a substitute for proper medical diagnosis or dietary advice given by a dietitian.
Evidence based webinars are available on a range of topics related to nutrition and health and can be viewed on the patient webinars website.