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How can the media influence our practice? – Focus on coffee, caffeine and health

How can the media influence our practice? – Focus on coffee, caffeine and health


How can the media influence our practice? – Focus on coffee, caffeine and health 

A video and slide presentation from the 2008 London Nursing in Practice Event by Dr Sarah Jarvis, GP, GP Trainer and Dietitian

  • The role of primary care healthcare professionals in providing advice about diet, nutrition and health
  • The role of the media in influencing patients and how this impacts on the practice of healthcare professionals, in particular nurses
  • Overview of areas covered in the media since January 2008 and a brief insight into the science behind the media; is it robust, how strong is the evidence, what makes a good study, why is it important to look beyond the headlines
  • This presentation was supported by British Coffee Association
About Nursing in Practice Events
Nursing in Practice Events are the largest series of free conferences and expos dedicated to primary care nurses across the UK. 
Designed specifically to meet the educational needs of practice nurses and other primary care specialists, each programme features an impressive collection of speakers delivering highly topical and relevant presentations.
Click here find out more about our next Event near you and book your place
Requirements
These webcasts have been created in Flash; you will also need speakers or headphones.
If you are unable to view the video you may need to download a flash plugin. You can download the latest version of this free plugin here.

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