Power of Protein Webinar Series


Power of Protein in Wound Healing

The first in the series, with key insights from tissue viability nurse (TVN) Alison Schofield. Learn more on the latest insights in chronic wound healing and nutrition, with a focus on meeting the high-protein requirements for this patient group and the role that protein plays in the wound healing process.



Power of Protein in Sarcopenia

In our second lunchtime session, we were joined by registered dietitian and Associate Professor, Stacey Jones.

Stacey shares her recent PhD thesis exploring the role of the dietitian in the prevention and treatment of sarcopenia in older adults through diet and exercise.

Clinical guidelines and recent papers are explored in relation to sarcopenia management, along with practical strategies to increase protein intake amongst your sarcopenic patients


Power of Protein in Sarcopenia

In our second lunchtime session, we were joined by registered dietitian and Associate Professor, Stacey Jones.

Stacey shares her recent PhD thesis exploring the role of the dietitian in the prevention and treatment of sarcopenia in older adults through diet and exercise.

Clinical guidelines and recent papers are explored in relation to sarcopenia management, along with practical strategies to increase protein intake amongst your sarcopenic patients



Power of Protein in Oncology

Our final Power or Protein session was delivered by oncology specialist registered dietitian, Adele Hug.

In this session, we discuss key considerations in the nutritional management of oncology patients and explain why prehabilitation is so important. Adele unpacks a variety of oncology clinical guidelines and latest research to help to inform your own practice.