Season 2 Making Sense of Research Papers

MyNutriWeb Journal Club Schedule

The MyNutriWeb Journal Club supports nutrition professionals to ensure they use the strongest available evidence to inform practice.

In this season’s series, we cover tools and techniques to help members best understand and appraise research publications, through the examination and discussion of example papers selected by leading nutrition guest experts.

This season will be facilitated by Dr Caroline Childs, Lecturer in Nutritional Sciences within Medicine at the University of Southampton. Each session will feature a guest expert who will be invited to review a paper of their choice, a recent paper which is open access (not their own). Papers will be shared with members in advance to read and prepare questions for discussion.

MyNutriWeb Journal Club is closed environment for all health professionals who sign up to the Club
All club members must register for each live event.

The sessions will be recorded. The recordings may be shared with members post live event.

Season 2 schedule

All sessions are on Tuesdays, 8–9pm

• 12 October: Effectiveness of workplace wellness programmes – systematic reviews and meta-analyses Dr Sue Reeves
• 16 November: Athlete Nutrition Connor Parker
• 14 December: Decolonising Obesity Dr Fatima Perez de Heredia Benedicte
• 11 January: Diabetes No More: A Dream Coming True Professor Mike Lean
• 8 February: Milk intolerance in adults…is it the lactose or something else?​ Dr Yvonne Jeanes
• 15 March: Health before Pregnancy to Improve Outcome of Pregnancy Dr Angela Flynn

Professor Mike Lean - Clinical Senior Research Fellow/Honorary Consultant, School of Medicine, Dentistry & Nursing, University of Glasgow

Session 5: Milk intolerance in adults… is it the lactose or something else?
8 February 8–9pm
Dr Yvonne Jeanes, Registered Dietitian, Head of postgraduate taught provision for School of Life and Health Sciences
Chaired by Dr Caroline Elizabeth Childs BSc (Hons) PhD RNutr.

The session discusses the paper: Whole Cow’s Milk but Not Lactose Can Induce Symptoms inPatients with Self-Reported Milk Intolerance: Evidence of Cow’s Milk Sensitivity in Adults

Many people experience gastro symptoms after ingestion of dairy products. This paper explores reasons for this using clinical retrospective data and a prospective study.

How to register

Registration details will be sent to Journal Club members: fill in the form below to join the club. If you’re already a member, look out for the registration link in your inbox!

Session 5 Details

CONTENT AND LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
Clear understanding of:
• Cow’s milk intolerance in adults
• Lactose intolerance in adults
• Role of lactose in dietary management of IBS

Be aware of:
• Pros and cons of retrospective and prospective data collection 
• Challenges and importance of clinical data

Be able to:
• Consider how this research may be used in practice

About Expert Reviewer Dr Yvonne Jeanes

Registered Dietitian, Head of postgraduate taught provision for School of Life and Health Sciences. Honorary Research and Policy lead for British Dietetic Association Gastroenterology Specialist Group and Co clinical lead for coeliac disease. Passionate about improving the nutritional adequacy and practicalities of living with diets of exclusion, with projects exploring the acceptability and impact of digital healthcare provision for adults coeliac disease.

Dr Caroline Childs, Journal Club Season 2 Chair

Each session will be chaired by Dr Caroline Childs, Nutrition and Metabolism subject lead in Medicine at the University of Southampton. She received student-nominated awards for ‘most engaging lecturer’ and ‘best pastoral support’ and a colleague-nominated award for teaching excellence. Dr Childs is a Nutrition Society Ambassador and a South East Regional Representative for the Association for Nutrition.

As she says, “Developing skills in critical appraisal is an essential part of being a competent nutrition professional – whether you’re a dietitian, nutritionist or health professional specialising in nutrition.”

Why Join Journal Club?

Members-only access

Journal Club members can access recordings of past sessions and download slides. Previous sessions from Season 1 included:

• Top tips for reading and reviewing a paper Dr Caroline Childs, University of Southampton
• Energy content of frequently purchased restaurant meals Dr Sue Reeves, University of Roehampton
• The common cold – could probiotics help? Dr Gemma Walton, University of Reading
• Can a mobile app improve nutrition for women before and during pregnancy? Dr Sarah Hillier, University of Southampton
• Time-restricted eating for obesity management Dr Fatima Perez de Heredia, Liverpool John Moores University

To become a Journal Club member register below.
You will then start receiving Journal Club emails which will give you access to recordings of past sessions and slides.
You will also be informed of upcoming sessions.

 

Journal Club Membership Form

 

 

CPD CERTIFICATE & LEARNING MATERIALS

This season has been CPD approved by the British Dietetic Association (BDA) and the Association for Nutrition (AfN).

 

Once you have viewed a full recorded session the mynutriweb team will review and arrange to send you your certificate via email from hello@mynutriweb.com within two weeks of viewing the session.