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Lunchtime talk on Diet and Health

Venue
Poole Court, Poole Court Drive, Yate
venue
Event Tutors
HR Workforce Development
tutors
Admin Contact
. Public Health Training (publichealthtraining@southglos.gov.uk)
Target Audience
All Internal Staff / CAH Staff / CECR Staff / Connected Carers / GP's
target audience
Event Types
Bite Sized Session
Course categories
Public Health & Wellbeing
Public Health & Wellbeing subcategories
NHS Health Check
Event description
This is a lunchtime talk from Dr Campbell Murdoch on preventing and treating poor metabolic health (diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity) through a healthy diet.

Dr Murdoch is a GP, Chief Medical Officer for Diabetes.co.uk, part of the Sustainable Improvement Team for NHS England and Physical Activity Clinical Champion for Public Health England

There will be a presentation there an opportunity for discussion and questions.
For more information see Dr Murdoch’s video here https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=dr+campell+murdock+u+tube&view=detail&mid=94D14E61DF3B34B1263B94D14E61DF3B34B1263B&FORM=VIRE

Metabolic syndrome
Metabolic syndrome is the medical term for a combination of diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity.

It puts you at greater risk of getting coronary heart disease, stroke and other conditions that affect the blood vessels.

On their own, diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity can damage your blood vessels, but having all three together is particularly dangerous.

They're very common conditions that are all linked, which explains why metabolic syndrome affects an estimated one in four adults in the UK.

NHS Health Check practitioners – This is part of the NHS Health Check annual update day so there is no need to book twice. Your place on this talk has already been secured.
Learning outcomes

The aims of this talk are:

(a) to increase awareness of current developments in diet advice to improve metabolic health.
To provide an opportunity for discussion and questions about all aspects of diet and health
Start Date
Tuesday 5 February 2019
End Date
Saturday 5 October 2019
Closing Date
Monday 4 February 2019
Times
13:00 - 14:00
Maximum Places
15 
Cost
£0.00 
Number of Sessions
1
Certificate expiry
No
Pass/Fail event
No