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The Evolution of Dietetic Practice Post-Pandemic is a free educational event for healthcare professionals. The event will cover a variety of lectures from leading experts in adult clinical practice across both oral and enteral nutrition. 

The educational agenda will include:

  • Breaking down peptide-based feeds: who, why and when to use?
  • Showcasing the extended roles of dietitians
  • Prehabilitation in oncology: how can dietitians make an impact?
  • The emerging role of a PCN Dietitian
  • Together we can make the planet better: driving sustainability in tube feeding.

This educational event offers a fantastic opportunity to network with other healthcare professionals. There will also be an array of Nutricia stands, providing an opportunity to meet the team and learn about our latest updates. 

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This event is intended for healthcare professionals only.

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