SSIEM DIETITIANS GROUP

Welcome to the Dietitians Group webpages

The SSIEM-Dietitians Group (SSIEM-DG) is a subgroup of dietitians within the SSIEM. Members are involved in the dietary treatment of patients with inherited metabolic disorders. Meetings of the group are held during the annual SSIEM symposium.

Communication is through meetings, corresponding members, SSIEM-DG website and e-mail.

Our main aims are:

1. to provide a network to facilitate communication amongst  dietitians  working with inherited metabolic disorders (IMD)

2. to provide education and training for people looking after IMD patients

3. to promote research in dietetic treatment of IMD
    

Membership: dietitian members of SSIEM, can automatically become an SSIEM-DG member. Please choose your interest in the DG group on the website when becoming a SSIEM member or when membership renewal. 

Publications:

SSIEM –DG have been involved in co-ordinating a number of research projects about dietetic practice with different patient groups (PKU education, UCD, Homocystinuria, Galactosaemia and L-amino acids in PKU).

We are a corresponding partner of the European project "E-IMD":

http://www.e-imd.org/

  • 4 August 2020

    Diagnostico y Tratamiento de Errores Innatos del Metabolismo

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  • 5 November 2019

    Paediatric Module 4 ADV720: Dietetic Management of Inherited Metabolic Disorders

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Membership Dietitians

Membership is open to SSIEM members: dietitians and nutritionists working in the field of inherited metabolic diseases and all interested in and willing to support the aims of  SSIEM-DG (Dietitians Group).

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