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The Beat podcast is designed for healthcare professionals only and is brought to you by Nutricia.  In this mini-series we explore the world of metabolic medicine, meeting the people from the multi disciplinary team who deliver the service. Through these episodes we hear what a typical day in the life of these experts is like, what they have learnt in their career and what is still to be discovered in the fascinating world of Metabolics.  In this episode of The Beat podcast, host Dr James Nurse, Consultant Paediatrician, is joined by Georgie Wood, a newly qualified Dietitian and her mentor Dr Anita Macdonald, Consultant Dietitian working in Metabolic Medicine. This episode is packed full of advice, insights and we learn how the training has evolved over the past 40 years.
The Beat podcast is designed for healthcare professionals only and is brought to you by Nutricia.  In this mini-series we explore the world of metabolic medicine, meeting the people from the multi disciplinary team who deliver the service. Through these episodes we hear what a typical day in the life of these experts is like, what they have learnt in their career and what is still to be discovered in the fascinating world of Metabolics.  In this episode of The Beat podcast, host Dr James Nurse, Consultant Paediatrician, is joined by  Dr. Arunabha Ghosh , a Consultant Paediatrician working in Metabolic Medicine. We hear about the impressive training journey taken to reach his role, the interesting research he is involved in and what the role entails day to day.
The Beat podcast is designed for healthcare professionals only and is brought to you by Nutricia.  In this mini-series we explore the world of metabolic medicine, meeting the people from the multi disciplinary team who deliver the service. Through these episodes we hear what a typical day in the life of these experts is like, what they have learnt in their career and what is still to be discovered in the fascinating world of Metabolics.  In this episode of The Beat podcast, host Dr James Nurse, Consultant Paediatrician, is joined by Dr Penny Andreou, a Senior Clinical Psychologist working in Paediatric Metabolic Medicine. They discuss the crucial  role a psychologist plays within the MDT, the type of work she does with children and their families and the importance of ensuring different services are connected. 
The Beat podcast is designed for healthcare professionals only and is brought to you by Nutricia.  In this mini-series we explore the world of metabolic medicine, meeting the people from the multi disciplinary team who deliver the service. Through these episodes we hear what a typical day in the life of these experts is like, what they have learnt in their career and what is still to be discovered in the fascinating world of Metabolics.  In this episode of The Beat podcast, host Dr James Nurse, Consultant Paediatrician, is joined by  Dr Rachel Carling, Metabolic Biochemist, to discuss the important role that science plays in metabolic medicine. They discuss what is involved during new born screening tests, the importance of a high quality bloodspot and what the future hold for biochemistry in IMD. 
The Beat podcast is designed for healthcare professionals only and is brought to you by Nutricia.  In this mini-series we explore the world of metabolic medicine, meeting the people from the multi disciplinary team who deliver the service. Through these episodes we hear what a typical day in the life of these experts is like, what they have learnt in their career and what is still to be discovered in the fascinating world of Metabolics.  In this episode of The Beat podcast, host Dr James Nurse, Consultant Paediatrician, is joined by Louise Robertson, Metabolic Specialist Dietitian, to discuss the ever evolving role of the adult metabolic service. We hear how metabolic care has evolved due to the pandemic, tips on utilising social media with your patients and her work with the Galactosemia Society. 
The Beat podcast is designed for healthcare professionals only and is brought to you by Nutricia.  In this mini-series we explore the world of metabolic medicine, meeting the people from the multi disciplinary team who deliver the service. Through these episodes we hear what a typical day in the life of these experts is like, what they have learnt in their career and what is still to be discovered in the fascinating world of Metabolics.  In this episode of The Beat podcast, host Dr James Nurse, Consultant Paediatrician, is joined by Suzanne Ford, Metabolic Specialist Dietitian, to discuss the important role that the charity plays in supporting patients and their families. They discuss topics such as PKU and pregnancy, the role of the NSPKU helpline and interesting research projects. 
The Beat podcast is designed for healthcare professionals only and is brought to you by Nutricia.  In this mini-series we explore the world of metabolic medicine, meeting the people from the multi disciplinary team who deliver the service. Through these episodes we hear what a typical day in the life of these experts is like, what they have learnt in their career and what is still to be discovered in the fascinating world of Metabolics.  In this episode of The Beat podcast, host Dr James Nurse, Consultant Paediatrician, is joined by Mr Alex Pinto, Metabolic Research Dietitian, to discuss the important role that research plays in metabolic medicine. They discuss working with patients in a trial setting, insights into collaborating on projects and how healthcare professionals outside of a research role can do their bit to help. 
The Beat podcast is designed for healthcare professionals only and is brought to you by Nutricia. In this episode of The Beat podcast, our regular host Avril, a Midwife, Childbirth Educator and Hypnobirthing practitioner, talks to fellow midwife, Pip. Pip is currently working as a Delivery Suite Sister and has a wealth of experience supporting parents-to-be through all aspects of pregnancy, birth and the postpartum. Pip has trained and worked in some of the leading maternity units in the UK, and is also the founder of Midwife Pip, a midwifery platform that aims to provide parents-to-be with the latest pregnancy advice, antenatal classes and postpartum support services. During this episode, Avril and Pip focus on the topic of parents’ feeding choices. They discuss their personal observations of working closely with new parents-to-be, talk about how those parents are deciding on whether to breastfeed, formula feed or combination feed, and the challenges in helping parents to make informed decisions about what is right for them.   Important notification: Breastfeeding is best for babies and provides many benefits. It is important that, in preparation for and during breastfeeding, you eat a varied, balanced diet. Combined breast and bottle feeding in the first weeks of life may reduce the supply of your own breastmilk, and reversing the decision not to breastfeed is difficult. The social and financial implications of using an infant formula should be considered. Improper use of an infant formula or inappropriate foods or feeding methods may present a health hazard. If you use an infant formula, you should follow manufacturer’s instructions for use carefully – failure to follow the instructions may make your baby ill. Always consult your doctor, midwife or health visitor for advice about feeding your baby.
The Beat podcast is designed for healthcare professionals only and is brought to you by Nutricia. In this episode of The Beat podcast, our regular host Avril, a Midwife, Childbirth Educator and Hypnobirthing practitioner, talks to Dr. Frankie Phillips; a registered dietitian and public health nutritionist with over 20 years’ experience, about toddler nutrition. With a PhD in nutrition, Frankie has worked in the NHS and across the academic research and charity sectors. She has also been quoted in media publications and appeared on a number of TV programmes as an expert on nutrition. In this 30 minute podcast we take a look at tailoring nutrition to support unique growth trajectories, vitamin D fortification and how healthcare professionals can support parents and carers in ensuring children enjoy having a healthy diet. 
The Beat podcast is designed for healthcare professionals only and is brought to you by Nutricia. In this episode of The Beat podcast, Avril, a Midwife, Childbirth Educator and Hypnobirthing practitioner, talks to Dr Julie Abayomi - a Reader in Dietetics & Associate Head of Applied Health & Social Care at Edge Hill University - about weight gain and obesity during pregnancy. Dr. Julie graduated in nutrition and dietetics from Cardiff in 1993 and worked as an NHS dietitian for over 20 years, specialising in women’s health and nutrition for 12 years. In 2010 Julie was awarded a PhD based on research conducted at Liverpool Women’s hospital. Research interests include: overweight and underweight in pregnancy; diabetes and pregnancy; diabetes and breastfeeding and chronic radiation enteritis. 
The Beat podcast is designed for healthcare professionals and is brought to you by Nutricia.  In this episode, Dr. Ben Green, Medical Affairs Research Manager at Nutricia, and Dr Lisa Green, a Clinical Lead Community Dietitian in Halifax, discuss the role and benefits of peptide-based enteral feeding. Ben and Lisa cover some detailed background on the importance of enteral feeding, and also take a closer look at the results from a new clinical trial that highlights some benefits of using peptide-based tube feeds, rather than their standard-based polymeric counterparts.
The Beat podcast is designed for healthcare professionals and is brought to you by Nutricia. In the latest episode of The Beat podcast, Midwife Avril speaks with Dr Alex Richardson, author of 'They Are What You Feed Them' and Senior Research Associate at Oxford University, on the importance of nutrition and brain development. The discussion includes an overview of brain development, key nutrients, the implications of insufficient fat intake and some practical advice to give to pregnant women and mothers of young children.
The Beat podcast is designed for healthcare professionals and is brought to you by Nutricia. In the final episode of this four-part miniseries about epilepsy and the options for managing uncontrolled seizures when medication doesn’t don’t work, Specialist Ketogenic Dietitian Susan Wood at Matthew’s Friends Clinics, discusses the impact of poorly controlled epilepsy on daily life for the individual with epilepsy and their family, with Emma Williams MBE and CEO of Matthew’s Friends Clinics. 
The Beat podcast is designed for healthcare professionals and is brought to you by Nutricia.  In a 4-part miniseries The Beat will focus on epilepsy and the options for managing uncontrolled seizures when medication doesn’t work. In this episode, the third of the miniseries, Specialist Ketogenic Dietitian Susan Wood at Matthew’s Friends Clinics discusses what the alternative options are for managing epilepsy when medication doesn’t work, with Dr Anita Devlin, Consultant Paediatric Neurologist at Newcastle-upon-Tyne NHS Foundation Trust. 
The Beat podcast is designed for healthcare professionals and is brought to you by Nutricia. In this 4-part miniseries The Beat is focusing on epilepsy and the options for managing uncontrolled seizures when medication doesn’t work. In the second episode of the miniseries, Specialist Ketogenic Dietitian Susan Wood at Matthew’s Friends Clinics, discusses the treatment gap that exists in the management of drug resistant epilepsy, with Dr Shakti Agrawal, Consultant Paediatric Neurologist and Clinical Lead for Children's Epilepsy Services at Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust. 
The Beat podcast is designed for healthcare professionals and is brought to you by Nutricia. In this four-part miniseries The Beat focuses on epilepsy and the options for managing uncontrolled seizures when medication doesn’t work. In this episode, Specialist Ketogenic Dietitian, Susan Wood, at Matthew’s Friends Clinics, discusses the history of anti-seizure medications, their potential side effects and risks of uncontrolled seizures with Professor Helen Cross OBE. Professor Helen is The Prince of Wales’s Chair of Childhood Epilepsy and Head of the Developmental Neuroscience Programme at UCL-Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health, Honorary Consultant in Paediatric Neurology Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust, London and Young Epilepsy, Lingfield, UK. 
The Beat podcast is designed for healthcare professionals and is brought to you by Nutricia. In this episode, Avril, an NHS midwife and educator, is joined by Professor Zulf Mughal to discuss the importance of Vitamin D in the first 1,000 days of life and beyond. Professor Zulf Mughal is a Consultant in Paediatric Bone Diseases at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, and Honorary Clinical Professor in Child Health at the University of Manchester. He has written over 160 peer reviewed scientific papers and in 2015 was awarded with the prestigious Charles Slemenda Award from The International Conference on Children’s Bone Health (ICCBH). In this podcast Avril and Professor Zulf look at the role of vitamin D for immune system support and discuss the potential link between vitamin D deficiency and COVID-19. 
The Beat podcast is designed for healthcare professionals and is brought to you by Nutricia.  Skin-to-skin contact (SSC) straight after birth can naturally regulate a baby's temperature, heart rate and breathing, as well as elevate their blood sugar, which is essential for their energy supplies. The power of this bonding moment is remarkable but this natural act is often only reserved for new mum’s straight after birth, because of the breastfeeding benefits it delivers and the connection it can help establish between mother and baby. In the latest episode of The Beat podcast, Avril, a Midwife, Childbirth Educator and Hypnobirthing practitioner, talks to a father of an seven month old baby  about the wider benefits of SSC; including how SSC can help an infant’s gut microbiome and immune system, and why all parents and caregivers should be encouraged to have SSC time with their newborn, at the hospital and at home. 
The Beat podcast is designed for healthcare professionals and is brought to you by Nutricia. As a baby develops, their digestive system will produce a variety of different poos, which can generate concern from parents about what is healthy and what may warrant further investigation. Assisting parents in understanding their baby's gut development may help to put their mind at ease if they have any concerns in this area. On this episode of The Beat podcast, we are joined by a parent of a seven month old baby, and an NHS paediatric dietitian to talk about the important role of the gut microbiome, red flag symptoms of infant digestion problems, and what healthcare professionals should expect when it comes to questions about a baby’s bowel movements.
The Beat podcast is designed for healthcare professionals and is brought to you by Nutricia. The birth of a child is a life-changing experience and ensuring it's one which is positive and safe for both mother and baby is fundamental to a midwife's role. With epidurals, inductions and cesareans on the rise, vaginal births without any procedures or interventions are decreasing - does this matter? What role can a midwife play here?  In this episode of The Beat podcast, our host Gill invites a fellow midwife to discuss the topic of 'normal' or 'physiological' birth. Together, they discuss what this really means to women; what factors influence mode of birth; and what role healthcare professionals play in this. Acknowledging what's most important is ensuring a safe and positive birth experience, they share their own thoughts on how best to support this.  
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