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Welcome & Introduction to the BCH KDT Service

Victoria Bittle - Paediatric Ketogenic Dietitian, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children

The Challenges of Implementing Ketogenic Dietary Therapy in the PICU Setting

Victoria Bittle - Paediatric Ketogenic Dietitian, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children 

Use of Blended Ketogenic Diets via Enteral Feeding Tubes in Ketogenic Centres: A Dietetic Service Evaluation 

Emma Cameron - Paediatric Ketogenic Dietitian, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children

Use of a Ketogenic Dietetic Support Worker to Improve Service Access/Provision and Efficiency

Justine Urwin - Ketogenic Dietetic Support Worker, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children

Genetics and How it may Shape Future Treatment for Epilepsy 

Dr Alasdair Parker, Consultant Paediatric Neurologist, Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge 

Anti-inflammatory Effects of a Ketogenic Diet: Implications for New Indications

Professor Stéphane Auvin, Paediatric Neurologist and Epileptologist, Paris-Diderot University

Biochemical Assessment of Patients on a Ketogenetic Diet: Current Practice in the UK and Ireland

Dr Natasha Schoeler on behalf of the KDRN 

Experience Using High Dosage Probiotics to Manage Gastro-intestinal Symptoms in Cerebral Palsy Patients Using Non-invasive Ventilation on Ketogenic Diet

Victoria Whiteley - Trainee Advanced Clinical Practitioner in Ketogenic Therapies, Manchester Children's Hospital

The New International Consensus Guidelines for KDT in Adults 

Dr Mackenzie Cervenka - Associate Professor of Neurology, John Hopkins University, Baltimore

Ketogenic Diet in Intensive Care

Hayley Ryan - Critical Care Dietitian, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

Effectiveness, adherence and Safety of Modified Ketogenic Diet in Adults with Epilepsy at a Tertiary-care Centre in the UK

Patricia Nguyen - Specialist Adult Ketogenic Dietitian University College London Hospitals

The Impact of Epilepsy and its Treatment on Quality of Life from a Parental Perspective - Victoria Whiteley

Trainee Advanced Clinical Practitioner in Ketogenic Therapies, Manchester Children's Hospital

Ketogenic Diet in Infants with Epilepsy (KIWE): Background and Update

Dr Natasha Schoeler - Research Dietician, University College London

Setting Parameters for Success of KDT in a Patient with Grade 1 Ganglioglioma

Helena Champion - Paediatric Dietician, Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge 

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