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Advanced Nutrition Programme

The advanced nutrition programme module is designed to provide additional training in nutrition, including experience in a Level 3/4 intestinal failure centre and transplantation. The advanced curriculum aims to provide trainees with an interest in nutrition, the skills to take the lead role in nutritional support but also care for patients in a level 3 or 4 IF/HPN unit. The posts are primarily aimed at trainees in their ST6 year.

The advanced nutrition syllabus can be found on pages 112 – 126 of the 2010 Gastroenterology curriculum, which can be found on the JRCPTB website here.

There are 4 linked posts rotating through the following centres. It is encouraged that trainees rotate through both posts, but the centres are open to discussion if a trainee wishes to stay in one centre for 12 months.

  6 months (Sept – Feb) 6 months (March – Aug) Contacts
Post 1 Addenbrooke's, Cambridge
(Small Bowel Transplantation)
St Mark's, London
(Intestinal Failure)
Dr Stephen Middleton (Addenbrooke's)
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T: 01223 216 226

Dr Simon Gabe (St Mark's)
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T: 0208 235 4089
Post 2 St Mark's, London
(Intestinal Failure)
Addenbrooke's, Cambridge
(Small Bowel Transplantation)
Post 3 John Radcliffe, Oxford
(Intestinal Failure & Small Bowel Transplantation)
Salford Royal
(Intestinal Failure)
Dr Simon Travis (John Radcliffe)
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T: 01865 228753

Dr Simon Lal (Salford Royal)
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T: 0161 206 5148
Post 4 Salford Royal
(Intestinal Failure)
John Radcliffe, Oxford
(Intestinal Failure & Small Bowel Transplantation)

All 4 posts are nationally competitive and commence on the 1st Monday in September to co-ordinate with national rotations. Applications for posts commencing on 1st September 2014 opened on 15th November 2013, with a closing date of 13th December. Recruitment was co-ordinated by the London deanery and interviews were held in London on 13th January 2014. Further information including job descriptions, person specification and the shortlisting scoresheet can be found here.

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Dr Charlotte Rutter, Chair BSG Trainees Section

University College London

Clinical and Public Health Nutrition MSc

(For entry in September 2008)

Dear Colleague,

We are delighted to announce the launch of a new MSc in Clinical and Public Health Nutrition to run at University College London and University College London Hospitals. This will break new ground by providing a synthesis of the two commonest forms of "malnutrition" in the developed world and in countries in transition - that is disease-related malnutrition and obesity.