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Coming together to make a difference to nutritional care

24 November 2022
Volume 31 · Issue 21

As we approach the end of the year it is always a good time to reflect on the months gone by and the progress made. In May 2022, I was successful in my application to join the National Nurses Nutrition Group (NNNG) committee and I have found it incredibly enlightening. I am excited for what we can do as a committee to empower the world of nutrition nursing to continue to move forward together.

The NNNG held its first ‘hybrid’ conference in July 2022, with four evenings of virtual sessions taking place online either side of the in-person clinical workshop day in London. As a new committee member this was my first time at our face-to-face conference, and I have to say I thought it was an absolute hit! It was great to see so many smiling faces and it was wonderful to chat to other nutrition nurses from across the UK.

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