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“Understanding our Patients” – a very impressive event in Cumbria!

The thing I like best about Twitter is when it connects people who would not otherwise have come together. Which happens all the time. People with the same values and passions. This happened in Cumbria last week. Bringing like-minded people … Continue reading

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In the shoes of…Sheila Merriman | Specialist Intermediate Services Dietitian | Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital

I was delighted when Sheila Merriman agreed to write a guest blog for our series, looking at dementia from different perspectives, as nutrition is such an important part of dementia care. We hear a lot about obesity in the media whereas malnutrition is … Continue reading

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