SENSE members, Jennette Higgs and Kathryn Styles have successfully published their work on effective risk-reducing allergy management in secondary schools in Allergy, the official journal of the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI). This is the culmination of a four-year, multidisciplinary team project, working with allergy experts and a series of case study schools.
Dr Laura Wyness received the The Caroline Walker Trust (CWT) 30th Anniversary Award of Freelance Nutritionist of the Year.
Dr Wyness was also shortlisted in the CWT Media Food Campaigner of the Year category as part of the @AfNutr team who set up a monthly Twitter chat to support Nutritionists registered with the AfN (Association for Nutrition).
Achievement Date: 2/12/19
For further information: https://www.nutritionsociety.org/announcement/new-honorary-fellows-announced
Allergies and allergen management
Friday 4 October 2019
Allergies overview – adults and children: The main allergies, allergic responses, case studies
Ms Judy More, Freelance Registered Dietician and Registered Nutritionist
SENSE member Barbara Bray received an MBE for services to food and nutrition in the Queen’s Birthday Honours, 2019. She is currently a director of the Oxford Farming Conference (www.ofc.org.uk) and sits on committees for both the Institute of Food Science and Technology and The Nutrition Society’s Training Academy.
Reformulation and innovation
Building your nutrition business
Friday 22 March 2019, London
From food technology, to agriculture (postharvest technologies specialising in tropical crops); to human nutrition; to Nuffield Scholar travelling the world to investigate vegetable technologies among other things – Barbara is now meetings secretary at SENSE and still travelling to exotic places with her work! To read how, see Ursula Arens’ Face to Face article in NHD (see page 41): https://issuu.com/nhpublishingltd/docs/issue_135_digital?e=14357770/62067336
Susan Church is perhaps best known in the nutrition world as the consistent name appearing as a co-author on editions of McCance and Widdowson’s (M&W) The Composition of Foods going back as far as 2002!
A food composition expert and now trainer on nutrition analysis as well as accomplished nutrition freelancer,
Margaret has so many achievements as a result of her varied and distinguished career to date, having worked for the MRC, The Consumer’s Association, BNF, Good Housekeeping Institute, held a string of honorary positions and is currently President of the Association for Nutrition. To read more about Margaret, see fellow Sense member,
SENSE’s founder and chair, Dr Margaret Ashwell OBE was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Science for services to nutrition by the University of Westminster in 2018. The award was made at the Royal Festival Hall in London. Margaret was delighted the day coincided with the day the RAF had their Centenary flypast up the Thames and so she and her guests got a superb view from the RFH balcony.