Hilary Revill [BSc(Hons) Medical Biochemistry, 2000] spoke in the 2011 CABS seminar series about her role as a Dietitian. Dietetics can allow you to combine an ongoing interest in science with being a “people person”. The broad title “Dietitian”, though restricted to people who have gone through an appropriately registered training course, can lead into a diversity of roles including sports nutrition, public health, liaison with the food industry, oncology or cardiology. In Hilary’s case, she has worked through a variety of roles to end at her current job as a community-based paediatric dietitian.
There are two ways to catch up with Hilary’s talk. You can work through the slides at your own pace here:
Alternatively, you may wish to hear an audio version of the talk (accompanied by the slides) below, or via this link (duration of talk = 20 mins, plus 10 mins of questions).