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2018 Caroline Walker Trust Lecture


Better care through improved nutrition 

Venue

  • Which? Head Office, 2 Marylebone Road, London NW1 4DF
  • Tuesday, 9 October 2018
  • 5pm to 7.45pm

Speakers

  • Dr Miranda Lomer – Reader in Dietetics at King’s College London and Senior Consultant Dietitian In Gastroenterology 
  • Professor Jane Murphy – Professor of Nutrition at Bournemouth University 
  • Dr Nicola Guess – Assistant Professor in Nutritional Science and Diabetes, Kings College London

Programme

  • 17.00: Arrival, registration and drinks
  • 17.40: Welcome by Shefalee Loth, Chair of The Caroline Walker Trust
  • 17.50: Introduction by Professor Tim Lang, President of The Caroline Walker Trust
  • 18.00: Dr Miranda Lomer – The long-term impact of the low-FODMAP diet for management of Irritable Bowel Disease
  • 18.30: Professor Jane Murphy – Delivering person-centred nutrition and dementia: what are the key ingredients?
  • 19.00: Dr Nicola Guess – The latest trends on dietary management of type 2 diabetes
  • 19.30: Acknowledgment to Caroline Walker from Geoffrey Cannon, Co-author of The Food Scandal
  • 19.45: Close

Presentations that were made at the lecture can be downloaded here:

Dr Miranda Lomer IBS CWT presentation
Professor Jane Murphy Dementia CWT presentation  
Dr Nicola Guess Type 2 Diabetes CWT presentation 

 

 

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