Course details

  • Duration: 2 days
  • Fees:
    - £395 for doctors
    - £300 nurses and AHPs
  • 10% discount for Imperial College/ICHNT staff
  • Venue: St Mary's Campus
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Nicola Bridges, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital
Nicola is a consultant paediatric endocrinologist based at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, also working at St Mary's Hospital and The Royal Brompton. She sees children and adolescents with diabetes, and with endocrine, pubertal  and growth disorders, and runs special clinics for children with Prader Willi syndrome and cystic fibrosis related diabetes.

Catherine Elwig, Imperial College Healthcare, clinical lead paediatric dietetics.

Mary Fewtrell, Institute of Child Health
Mary Fewtrell is a paediatrician at the UCL Institute of Child Health, who has spent her career investigating the links between infant nutrition and health, both short-term and in later life.

Prof Keith Godfrey, University of Southampton
Keith Godfrey BM, PhD, FRCP is Professor of Epidemiology & Human Development at the MRC Lifecourse Epidemiology Unit at the University of Southampton, Director of the Centre for Developmental Origins of Health & Disease and an Honorary Consultant within Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust. Professor Godfrey’s other appointments include Trustee of the UK registered charity the International Society for the Developmental Origins of Health and Disease, and Deputy Director of the National Institute for Health Research Southampton Nutrition Biomedical Research Unit. His research is defining measures to improve the early growth and development of children, thereby improving their lifelong health.

Dr Demetris Pillas, Imperial College London, Honorary Research Associate, School of Public Health.

Professor Marjo Ritta Jarvelin, Imperial College London
Professor and Chair in Lifecourse Epidemiology and Divisional Director of Postgraduate Studies. Is head of several population-based longitudinal studies of prenatal factors in relation to childhood and adult diseases.

Dr Jane Simpson, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Endocrinology Department.

Dr Kate Ward, University of Southampton
Associate Professor at MRC Lifecourse Epidemiology and seconded part-time to the NIHR Southampton Global Nutrition Research Group.  In 2019, became the University of Southampton World Universities Network Public Health Representative.