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How do I get involved?

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Last Updated (Wednesday, 15 January 2014 10:42)

NDR-UK need your support with new review projects.


If you have a specialist interest in renal disease, heart health or eating disorders, please support us review these ranges by volunteering in a review project group (RPG).  This can be a rewarding way to develop expertise, build networks and enhance your CPD.  Click here to learn more.


Tell us what you think

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Last Updated (Tuesday, 26 November 2013 16:13)

NDR-UK is reviewing its portfolio and are keen to know what you think.  To help inform our reviews for 2014, please click on the links below to let us know what you think about the ranges listed.

-          Patient information leaflets (refs: 1000-6, 9390-1)

-          Inside Eating pack for people with disordered eating habits (refs: 9051-9082)

-          Helping You to Help Yourself range for renal disease (refs: 9323-9341)

-          Heart health/Cardiovascular leaflets (refs: 9315 and 9319)

-          Liver disease range (refs: 9342-6)

-          Paediatric diabetes (refs: 9225-9228, 9272-9289)

-          Maternal weight management (refs: 9362-9367)

-          Easier Swallowing pack (refs: 9083-9094)

-          Adults with Learning Disabilities range (refs: 9010-2)

-          Alcohol-related Thiamine Deficiency (refs: 9373-9376)


Join Our Circulation List

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Last Updated (Tuesday, 30 November 1999 00:00)

We  have more than 3500 health professionals on our circulation list and would be delighted if you too would like to be kept up-to-date on NDR-UK publicaitons and developments. If so, please contact us stating your name, place of work and job title. We will not pass your details to any third party.



Available now!

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Last Updated (Monday, 06 January 2014 10:31)


Eating Well with Dementia (ref: 9006)

With growing numbers of people with dementia, the need for support information is vital.  We are delighted to announce the publication of Eating Well with Dementia, produced with support from the Scottish Government, NHS Lanarkshire and Alzheimer Scotland.  The guide provides practical, everyday eating and drinking advice for people caring for a relative or friend with dementia. It is designed to pick up by the public without the need for health professional guidance. Click on the resource title above to view a sample copy and for further information.


Why use NDR-UK?

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Last Updated (Thursday, 08 September 2011 10:04)

Nutrition and diet resources are essential educational tools for health professionals.
Patients have a right to access quality information (NHS Constitution 2010; Patients’ Bill of Rights, NHS Scotland 2010).

All NDR-UK resources are:

  • evidence-based, peer and patient reviewed and updated regularly
  • developed by groups of multi-disciplinary experts
  • produced in partnership with national agencies and departments.

Click here for more details.