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Over the coming weeks and months, NNEdPro Global Innovation Panel Deputy Co-Lead, James Bradfield, will be chatting with members of the NNEdPro Global Centre from all over the world, starting with the members based in the UK and then gradually moving his way around NNEdPro all various networks.

In the podcasts you will learn about some of the activities of the group itself as well as new research in nutrition with interesting conversations with people from multidisciplinary backgrounds such as medicine, healthcare professional and researchers, about all aspects of nutrition and nutrition education.

2020

Episode 1 with Dr Luke Bucker

In this very first episode of the NNEdPro podcast, James spoke with Dr Luke Buckner of the Global Innovation Panel about his recent attendance at Inside Governments "Raising Hospital Food and Nutrition Standards Across the NHS" forum. We also spoke about the logistics of feeding people in hospital, how nutrition is everyone's business and what else Luke is getting up to.

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Episode 2.1 with Elaine Macaninch RD and Shane McAuliffe

In this episode two members of our Global Innovation Panel, Elaine and Shane sat down to talk about a paper that raised interesting discussion within our virtual journal club. The paper is "Exploring the provision of diabetes nutrition education by practice nurses in primary care settings (Gianfrancesco & Johnson, 2019)

During the course of the conversation, they discussed many things including:
- Do the issues raised in the paper reflect the national picture?
- Where responsibility lies in terms of educating practice nurses about nutrition?
- The danger of health professionals working in silos
- Structured education programmes
- The role of technology

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Episode 2.2 with Elaine Macaninch RD and Shane McAuliffe

Following on from the first half of their conversation, Shane and Elaine talk more about diabetes in primary care based on the paper "Exploring the provision of diabetes nutrition education by practice nurses in primary care settings (Gianfrancesco & Johnson, 2019). Afterwards, James and Shane discussed some implications as well a brief discussion around carbohydrates and other research.

 

This conversation includes:

- Teaching medical students about nutrition

- Signposting professionals

- Dietitians as part of GP contracts

- The role of NNEdPro and its NEPHELP project

- Culinary Medicine

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Episode 3 with Dr Tim Eden RD: ICU and COVID-19

In this episode, James spoke with Dr Tim Eden RD who is on a critical care rotation in a London hospital. Tim spoke about the challenges of working as a doctor and a dietitian in the current pandemic as well as giving some advice to the public. This conversation covers a number of points such as:

- Working conditions

- The role of different healthcare professionals

- What Tim has learned so far

- Nutritional challenges in the ICU

- Food security

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Episode 4 with Dr Ronita Bardhan

This week, James spoke with building scientist and urban engineer, Dr Ronita Bardhan. The conversation centred around India's slum rehabilitation housing (SRH) policy and what this means for public health. They further discussed:

- How India has been affected by COVID-19

- How social distancing is a privilege and is more difficult SRH

- Building design and its role in maintaining health

- Food choices and eating behaviour in SRH

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Episode 5 With Prof Shumone Ray

This weeks episode is a conversation between James and Professor Shumone Ray, the Founding Chair and Executive Director of the NNEdPro Global Centre. Building on the last episode with Dr Ronita Bardhan, they discussed: - Food systems - Complexities of the food environment - The TIGR2ESS Programme

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Episode 6 With Alan Flanagan

This week, James spoke with Alan Flanagan, a PhD researcher at the University of Surrey and the founder of Alinea Nutrition. Though many of the recent podcasts having centred around the ongoing coronavirus crisis, this conversation is an in-depth look at nutrition research under a number of headings. They discuss topics such as:

- Research from epidemiology to RCTs

- The nature of evidence

- The hierarchy of evidence

- Confounders vs. mediators

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2016 Finalist & Runner-Up: BMJ Education Team of the Year Awards

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