Last Updated (Tuesday, 06 January 2015 15:52)
Many of our resources are currently reduced in price, including our award winning resources for adults with learning disabilities and our resources to assist with care for those with alcohol dependency.
Take a closer look at these and many more great reductions here.
Last Updated (Tuesday, 20 January 2015 12:07)
We are delighted to announce that our much anticipated new range of paediatric resources is now available.
The range comprises:
Judging by early reviews and comments they are both robust in evidence base and user-friendly in format.
“They were informative and easy to read and I think that the parents will find them informative and useful.”
“I feel confident that the content mirrors the message I am conveying to my patients.”
The resources provide a practical format around which conversation and action points can be based.
They include distinct ‘top tip’ sections to pull out key information and a summary of ‘changes we might make’, as well as notes sections for parents/carers/health professionals to make notes specific to each individual situation.
NDR-UK’s resource production policy is well known as one of the most robust in the diet and nutrition resources field, with peer and patient reviews in addition to risk assessment by a professional dietitian. All of NDR-UK’s resources are accredited with NHS England’s Information Standard, certified by the Royal Institute for Public Health, and our tried and tested ordering system makes life nice and easy for both public and private sector customers.
All proceeds from the sale of NDR-UK resources are reinvested in resource development.
Preview the resources below or order using the 'Start Shopping' function on the left.
Last Updated (Tuesday, 06 January 2015 15:53)
If so, NDR-UK needs your input.
Developing information to support dysphagia management is central to improving quality of life, health outcomes and minimising risk. NDR-UK is exploring how to adapt our ‘First Steps to Easier Swallowing’ (ref: 9092), to improve accessibility for people prescribed a texture modified diet following stroke.
Our initial consultations have produced some interesting suggestions for development, including:
We are seeking views and guidance from as many people working in dysphagia to guide us on what is needed and what will work to meet practical and clinical needs of patients and carers alike. Please have your say in the development of this important resource by following this link https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2WYFR5Y to a short survey.
Many thanks for your ongoing support.
Last Updated (Wednesday, 12 November 2014 13:20)
We are delighted to announce a much anticipated update to our range of leaflets supporting the care of patients at risk of under nourishment.
Two of our bestsellers 'Eat Well, Heal Well' and 'Eating Better, Feeling Better' are updated, having been through our robust review process. In addition we have published three new products - 'Light Meals and Snacks' (in association with NHS Grampian) and 'Adapting Meals to Prevent Weight Loss' and 'Fortified Drink Recipes' (both in association with County Durham & Darlington NHS Trust).
Our comprehensive range in this area now comprises:
Last Updated (Tuesday, 30 November 1999 00:00)
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Last Updated (Thursday, 22 January 2015 13:44)
NDR-UK resources aim to give consistent health messages and avoid duplication of effort by other health related professionals. A robust production process ensures that all the nutrition and diet resources are developed following an assured and consistent procedure.
All NDR-UK's resources:
NDR-UK estimates that it can produce resources 33% more efficiently than individual departments. This is achieved through greater efficiencies in the development and management of a centralised service for resources.