Bradford Nutrition and Dietetic Service consists of a dynamic team of over 50 dietitians working in acute, community and primary care settings.
We also provide expertise in public health nutrition and offer advice, training and resources to help improve the knowledge of others and the health of the local community.
All dietitians working in the service are state-registered practitioners and hold either a BSc in Nutrition and Dietetics or a Postgraduate Diploma in Dietetics.
Dietitians advise people on food-related problems to help treat conditions and optimise their health. We do this by helping to interpret often complex nutritional information into practical, safe advice using up-to-date evidence and research.
Dietitians are qualified to assess and treat diet and nutritional problems. All dietitians are registered practitioners with the Health and Care Professions Council.
To maintain our registration we have to show continuing professional development. This means demonstrating a commitment to improving our knowledge, skills and practice and ensuring that we always work to the highest standards.