We are taking a short break – join us at the end of summer

After our very first #AfNutrChat in January 2019, we find ourselves wondering how it is June already! Our monthly chats have been a roaring success and we feel it is only fair that we take a breather for a couple of months. But not to worry, we will be back in August 2019 with our batteries charged! (We will still be tweeting from @AfNutr, so please do keep tagging us in your posts!)

We would like to say THANK YOU to everyone who has participated in and helped us spread the word of @AfNutr chats – it would not have been possible without you all.

As always we want to hear from you – please do get in touch with us if there are any nutrition topics that you would like us to cover in future chats. Contact is via AfNutr@gmail.com or DM on twitter @AfNutr

Have a healthy and nutritious summer!

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Transferring from ANutr to RNutr – advice, guidance and support

Are you an Associate Nutritionist who is thinking of transferring to Registered Nutritionist status soon? Do you have three years professional experience but not sure where to start with your transfer application?

Join us on 21st May, 8-9pm GMT to discuss transferring to RNutr status, with advice from RNutr and AfN application assessors

Questions coming soon!

@AfNutr Chat #NutrSocial 19th March 2019

Social media opens up new opportunities for people to interact with the (virtual) world around them. But in a world where nutrition and diet fads flood our social media newsfeeds, how can we use social media to communicate factual, evidence-based, practical nutrition messages?

Join us on Tuesday 19th March 8-9pm (GMT) to discuss ‘Nutrition Communication in Social Media and the Digital World’

Chat questions coming soon!

@AfNutr Chat – January 2019

Our first @AfNutr chat will take place on Tuesday 22nd January 2019, 8-9pm (GMT).

The theme of our first chat will be What do AfN Registered Nutritionists do?

Below are six questions that we will discuss during our first @AfNutr chat:

Q1: Introduce yourself and the area you work/study in 

Q2: Share some of the things your work/study as a AfN Registered Nutritionist involves 

Q3: What’s the best part of your work/study?

Q4: How do you keep up with CPD?

Q5: Share your suggestions for useful nutrition training/CPD opportunities

Q6: It’s January. Cue the diet fads. Share any new fads you’ve come across this month?

Simply search #AfNutrChat to follow our discussions and participate in them. We look forward to welcoming you to our @AfNutr chat!

We would love to hear from you about what topics you would like to see covered in future chats. It would be great to reflect the diversity of fields that nutritionists work in and to discuss themes which are particularly relevant to nutrition professionals and their practice. Please do get in touch via AfNutr@gmail.com