Module 2 - Nutrition and Dietetics in Common Paediatric Disorders

Hosted by BDA Paediatric Specialist Group

Module 2 is sold out. Module 2 will also be held in October and you can book your place now.

Please add yourself on the wait list for module 2 in April

For those with some paediatric experience. Builds on knowledge gained in module one. Topics covered are commonly seen in acute secondary centres, with further follow-up care in the community. View Example Programme

Due to the high demand for places on this module, international delegates (outside of the UK) are not eligible to apply for a place via the online application system. Priority of places will be given to practising registered UK Dietitians. Should you wish to register an interest, you can do so here 

Module 2 take place virtually via Microsoft Teams on the following dates:

  • Welcome Session -  Tuesday 9 April 2024 (2pm- 4pm) - Virtual
  • Part 1 - 23 April and 24 April 2024 
  • Part 2 -  30 April and 1 May 2024
  • Post tutorial - Tuesday 21 May (1pm-2pm) - Virtual

If your place is being funded by your NHS Trust or external funding we advise you request the details in advance to complete at the time of booking. This includes all invoice information and purchase order if applicable. If you are unable to provide the full details please email [email protected] with the information following your booking.  

Please note: For invoices to be paid immediately, please ensure you email [email protected] with the invoice information.  

The BDA will not guarantee your place via purchase order numbers emailed to us. The online registration must be completed and your purchase order number quoted on the online registration.

Each module is endorsed by the BDA upon completion of pre-course work and attendance at a four-day taught module. The modules are also incorporated into the MSc Advanced Professional Practice (Paediatric Dietetics) course, in partnership with the University of Plymouth. Each module has an award of 20 MSc credits attached, upon completion of pre- coursework, attendance at the four-day taught module and post-course assignment.  View the Course Brochure for further information

If you are registering to undertake this module for MSc credits, you will be required to complete an MSc level assignment in order to pass the module. The assignment requires strong academic writing and critical appraisal skills. In order to ensure you are best placed to succeed at this assignment,  we strongly advise that you should enrol and complete the Applying Evidence to Practice module first, before enrolling on this paediatric module. Please visit the link to learn more about the applying evidence to practice module.



Delegates can apply to attend for CPD purposes or as part of the MSc pathway in partnership with Plymouth University.

Endorsed by the BDA for CPD

Please direct queries to [email protected]

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