The Interviews: My Renal Rotation with Natalie Briggs

November 1, 2020

Hi everyone! Firstly, thanks to Emma for having me on this blog, my name is Natalie Briggs (Instagram: @balancebybriggs) and I graduated from Cardiff Metropolitan University in May with a BSc in Human Nutrition and Dietetics. I am now a band 5 dietitian working at the University Hospital of Wales (Cardiff) in a rotation scheme. This means I get to work in and experience specific…

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The Interviews: Master of Nutrition with Louise Bennion

October 28, 2020

Hi, my name’s Louise! Some people know me as Loutritionist and I’ve just graduated with an MSc in Nutrition with Obesity and Weight Management (ANutr status pending) after having graduated with a BSc degree from Sheffield Hallam. How did you get into nutrition? With a passion for food science and health, I decided to study food at A Level and went on to study Food…

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The Interviews: Placements during COVID with Ashleigh McKee

October 25, 2020

Hi my name is Ashleigh and I am a final year dietetic student from just outside Belfast in Northern Ireland who is currently on placement. I have two main loves in life and they are coffee and the gym! Coffee is both a love and a necessity to be honest on placement haha but I love nothing more than a cold brew from starbucks or…

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The Interviews: Diabetes and Dietetics with Sarah Carney

October 21, 2020

Hi everyone! My name is Sarah Carney (@didyouknowimdiabetic) and I currently live in Dublin, Ireland! I’ve always been interested in food and disease and after developing Type 1 Diabetes at the age of 15, I wanted to learn more about how nutrition impacted my condition. This leads me to study BSc. Human Nutrition in University College Dublin (UCD) where I have recently graduated and have…

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The Interviews: Life as a New RD2B with Sam Harrison

October 18, 2020

Sam is currently a postgraduate Student Dietitian studying at the University of Chester. He has previously studied and has a BSc (Hons) in Nutritional Sciences and a MSc in Obesity and Weight Management. 1. What was your inspiration in starting your nutrition journey? Hi Emma! Thank you for having me on your new interview series. I can trace my nutrition interest back to 2013. Around…

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Emma is a Registered Dietitian and Registered Associate Nutritionist based in Cheshire, England. Emma works in community healthcare and writes freelance alongside her work: topics including Dietetic life, nutrition, mental health and lifestyle. Emma also writes and photographs recipes for the platform, as well as being the author of the ‘Mummy and Me’ series for SR Nutrition. Emma’s Food Stories is PR friendly brand.

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