NATIONAL OCCUPATIONAL STANDARDS (NOS)
The National Occupational Standards (NOS) for Nutritional Therapy were developed by Skills for Health and updated in 2009
This competence is about providing Nutritional Therapy to clients, working within the context of the most up to date Nutritional Therapy Descriptor.
The scope of practice for Nutritional Therapy excludes artificial (parenteral/enteral) feeding and dietary management of acute life threatening states, e.g. intestinal or renal failure, and injury trauma.
Users of this competence will need to ensure that practice reflects up to date information and policies.
To view the latest NOS, please use the following links:
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The new look May e-News has now been emailed to all members. This month features an article on Glandular Therapy for Thyroid and Adrenal Function? by Jane Nodder and Catherine Honeywell.
BANT will be taking a stand at the show and we look forward to seeing you there.CLICK HERE to get your free ticket to the show
We are delighted to announce that we are working in collaboration with CAM Conferences for a series of three CAM Conferences in 2013.CLICK HERE TO BOOK YOUR PLACECLICK HERE FOR THE BOOKING FORM
To understand the differences between dietitians, nutritionists and nutritional therapists, please look at the following BANT briefing notes:
EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICEDETOXIFICATIONOPTIMUM NUTRITION
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