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Improving Nutritional Management in Oncology:
A multi-disciplinary approach in Dietetics & Nursing

Thursday 10th June 2021, 6pm - 7pm BST


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This webinar will showcase a multi-disciplinary approach to nutritional management in oncology. Together, Emma, a Specialist Dietitian, and Judith, a Specialist Nurse, will highlight the prevalence of malnutrition in oncology and the important role nutrition plays. Various topics will be covered, including the implementation of a best practice model that has helped with the nutritional management of oncology patients, particularly with the challenges faced during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Emma Atkinson

Emma Atkinson

Macmillan Dietitian

Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust

Judith Atkinson

Judith Atkinson

Specialist Nurse

Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust


6:00pm: Welcome and Introductions
Natalie Allen, Medical Affairs Manager

6:05pm: Malnutrition and Oncology
Emma Atkinson, Macmillan Dietitian

6:20pm: Multidisciplinary Team Working
Judith Atkinson, Specialist Nurse

6:30pm: Best Practice Model: A Traffic Light System
Emma Atkinson, Macmillan Dietitian and Judith Atkinson, Specialist Nurse

6:45pm: Live Q&A
Emma Atkinson, Macmillan Dietitian, Judith Atkinson, Specialist Nurse and Natalie Allen, Medical Affairs Manager

7pm: Close

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