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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)

   

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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.

 

   

Summer Sale 2014

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Last Updated (Monday, 21 July 2014 09:16)


Over the next few weeks we are offering some of our resources at half price or at only £1 per pack. Click on the list below to see all resources in this offer.

Note: discounted prices are available from Monday 21st July until further notice or until stocks last.

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Out now!

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Last Updated (Thursday, 19 June 2014 09:30)

Our latest publications are listed here.  Please click on the titles to see sample copies and further information:

Eating Well with Dementia (ref: 9006, resource type: PiL*)

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. This resource is free to all customers based in Scotland until further notice (post and packing charges apply), courtesy of funding provided by the Scottish Government.

Sleeve Gastrectomy (ref: 9008, resource type: D*)

This new leaflet is for people following sleeve gastrectomy surgery for weight loss.  Developed in partnership with specialist dietitians from the British Obesity and Metabolic Surgery Society (BOMSS), the leaflet aims to support the provision of consistent UK-guidance following this type of bariatric surgery.

Getting the Balance Right (ref: 9007, resource type: PiL*)

We were pleased to be commissioned to review and update this healthy eating leaflet originally produced by Quality Meat Scotland.  Following the eatwell plate principles, the leaflet provides guidance on how to achieve an interesting and balanced diet with simple and practical tips, hints and links for people from across the UK. This resource is free to all customers based in Scotland (post and packaging charges apply).

A Guide to Gluten-free Living (ref: 9144, resource type: D*)

Earlier this year we welcomed the opportunity to work with Coeliac UK again to review and update this best-selling leaflet.  The updated resource for people living with coeliac disease or dermatitis herpetiformis, includes the new food labelling information and more guidance on naturally gluten-free foods and hyposplenia.

*Resource Type:

D - should be given to patients/clients with the support of a dietitian; HP - should be given to patients/clients with the support of a relevant health or care professional; PiL - general nutrition information for members of the public to pick up.

   

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.

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