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nnedpro poDCASTS

Over the coming weeks and months, we will be chatting with members of the NNEdPro Global Institute from all over the world, starting with the members based in the UK and then gradually moving the way around NNEdPro all various networks.

In the podcasts, you will learn about some of the group's activities 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.

season 2

Episode 1 - A Prelude to the 8th NNEdPro International Summit

In the first episode of Season 2, Sarah and Matija chat with some of the NNEdPro Global Institute leadership team about the upcoming 8th International Summit. Professor Shumone Ray, Professor Martin Kohlmeier, Dr Kathy Martyn and Associate Professor Lauren Ball all take the time to share their thoughts about the relevance of this year's theme, Empowering Global Nutrition with Digital Technology, especially in the post-COVID climate. 

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Episode 2 - Reflections from the 8th International Summit on Empowering Global Nutrition with Digital Technology: The Road Ahead

On this episode, we're joined by Dr Breana Lepre, Dr Luke Buckner, Prof Shumone Ray and Sarah Armes. We provide an overview of NNEdPro's 8th International Summit on Nutrition and Health: Empowering Global Nutrition with Digital Technology and hear in-depth reflections about two of the satellite events and the importance of their topics, Medical Nutrition Education and Digital Data Science & Human Intervention Studies.

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Episode 3 - A Deep-Dive into the Theme of NNEdPro's 9th International Summit

We are joined by the co-leads of NNEdPro's 9th International Summit on Nutrition and Health, Dr Sofia Cavalleri and Sucheta Mitra, along with Prof Shumone Ray, to segment this year's summit titled "Sustainable Resourcing For All In Food & Nutrition Security: Creative solutions for healthy & resilient populations”. We break down this year's theme into smaller pieces, and address each segment, exploring past and current projects that NNEdPro is involved in related to that aspect, as well as literature and research trends.

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season 1

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).

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Episode 7 With Maldon District Council
In this episode, James had the opportunity to sit with members from Maldon District Council and some of the people who work with its partner organisations. In it, they discussed the challenge for public health bodies in the face of COVID-19, the programmes they have implemented and how people can help in their local areas. 

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Dietitians & Medical Education Series

In this new series on dietitians in medical nutrition education and other, non-traditional occupations we hope to highlight and endorse the work being done by so many dietitians and try to understand how their training and experience can influence other disciplines and professionals.

Listen now Episode 1 - Dr Alyce Wilson:

Listen now Episode 2 - Dr Duane Mellor RD:

Listen now Episode 3 - Dr Tim Eden RD:

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other poDCASTS

From time to time, NNEdPro members are invited to participate in podcasts that are not hosted by NNEdPro. You can find them below:

The Sunny Side of Life with Troy Thompson

Professor Sumantra Ray

Being Good, Doing Good, and Feeling Good

Professor Sumantra Ray and Nikitah Ray had a fascinating discussion on global nutrition challenges and solutions with Troy Thompson. Imagine reimagining local recipes for optimal taste and nutrition! Discover the "hidden hunger" of micronutrient deficiency, the concept of the body's "training weight," insights on metabolic health, and even some mouth-watering pictorial recipes. Tune in and get inspired to make a difference in the world of nutrition!

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Functional Health - Episode 57

Professor Sumantra Ray and Ben Atkinson

Linking Nutrition Research, Policy And Clinical Practice Through Evidence And Education

In this conversation, they talk about:
- Nutrition education in healthcare
- New nutrition education methods such as The Mobile Teaching Kitchen
- The importance of linking nutrition research, policy and clinical practice
- much, much more

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