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Small Talk Faltering Growth Spring 2022 Issue

This jam packed issue focuses on faltering growth with articles and case studies written by experts on a wide range of topics including: 

  • The results of a survey conducted by members of the dietetic team at GOSH regarding the management of cardiac infants and how best to manage shared care with local services
  • An overview of a truly unique project by a working group of the British Inherited Metabolic Disorders Group (BIMDG) on the development and evaluation of the TEMPLE modules
  • The dietetic management of ARFIDS by a specialist eating disorders dietitian
  • Congenital hyperinsulinism and how this is managed in specialist centres
  • Plus 3 clinical case studies

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