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Interview with Ruth Charles, Secretary of the Irish Food Allergy Network (IFAN)

How did the Irish Food Allergy Network (IFAN) come about?

ESPEN 2013

Conference Report

The 35th ESPEN congress was held for the second…

A Day in the Life: Community Dietitian Manager Margaret O’Neill

We are delighted to introduce you to a day in…

Statistics in Clinical Papers

Paul Manson. Liason/Clinical Librarian, NHS Grampian, Scotland.

“Medicine is…

What are Long Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids?

Kate Maslin, Allergy Research Dietitian, The David Hide Asthma and…

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    Interview with Ruth Charles, Secretary of the Irish Food Allergy Network (IFAN)

    How did the Irish Food Allergy Network (IFAN) come about?
    I noticed increasing numbers of infants and toddlers presenting with suspected food allergy at my HSE based dietetic clinic from 2000, a time when there was a massive “black hole” in national allergy services. Families were struggling to cope…

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    ESPEN 2013

    Conference Report

    The 35th ESPEN congress was held for the second time in Leipzig, Germany from the 31st August – 3rd September. The theme was “Tearing down barriers – nutrition brings people together”, with the aim to showcase an interesting, broad and open-minded programme, offering both updated and cutting-edge science, as…

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    A Day in the Life: Community Dietitian Manager Margaret O’Neill

    We are delighted to introduce you to a day in the life of the INDI Dietitian of the Year Margaret O'Neill.

    I fall out of bed at 7am, or maybe quarter past, and have a large pot of coffee. I also make sure all the lunches are…

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    Statistics in Clinical Papers

    Paul Manson. Liason/Clinical Librarian, NHS Grampian, Scotland.

    “Medicine is a science of uncertainty and an art of probability”
    - William Osler

    The renowned Canadian physician William Osler might just as well have had medical statistics in mind with this quote. This short article will show you how to interpret…

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    What are Long Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids?

    Kate Maslin, Allergy Research Dietitian, The David Hide Asthma and Allergy Research Centre, Isle of Wight
    Dr. Carina Venter PhD RD, Allergy Specialist Dietitian, The David Hide Asthma and Allergy Research Centre, Isle of Wight. NIHR Post Doc Research Fellow, University of Portsmouth

    Long Chain Polyunsaturated fatty acids (LCPs) are…

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    Oral Nutritional Supplements for the Cancer Patient - How do we choose?

    Fiona Roulston, Senior Oncology Dietitian, Adelaide & Meath Hospital, Incorporating the National Children's Hospital, Tallaght, Dublin.

    The debate regarding the use of EPA-enriched oral nutritional supplements (ONS) versus standard oral nutritional supplements with cancer patients has been ongoing for several years and it continues to be a hot topic in…

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    Monitoring Adults on Long Term Home Enteral Nutrition

    Niamh Maher, Senior Community Dietitian (Home Enteral Nutrition), HSE Dublin/ North East

    Enteral feeding in primary care continues to increase, with patients discharged to home or residential care. Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) is the commonest method of long term enteral nutrition (Sanders et al., 2001).

    Dysphagia associated with head…

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    Lactose Intolerance and Cows’ Milk Protein Allergy

    Claire Schwarz, Research Dietitian, Great Ormond Street Hospital, London

    Lactose Intolerance (LI) and Cows’ Milk Protein Allergy (CMPA) are terms often used interchangeably when infants and children have adverse gastrointestinal reactions to dairy products. However, these are two distinctly different conditions and careful consideration should be given…

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    Dietary Management of Early Chronic Kidney Disease

    Fiona Byrne, Clinical Specialist Renal Dietitian, Cork University Hospital

    Major Points:
    • CKD is becoming increasingly common due to our ageing population and a rising incidence of type 2 diabetes and hypertension.
    • CKD is a potent independent risk factor for cardiovascular disease.
    • Optimal management of the risk…

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