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Managing cow’s milk allergy, do you support the gut microbiome? – A series of cases from clinical practice

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About the webinar


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From the experts


Lauren Mothershaw

Medical Science Liaison for Paediatric Allergy at Nutricia

Lauren is the Medical Science Liaison for Paediatric Allergy at Nutricia, with 10 years of experience as a registered Dietitian. Lauren’s role is to provide scientific advice and research review within the paediatric allergy team at Nutricia, and to develop evidence-based materials to support the HCPs that Nutricia work with.

Having qualified in dietetics at King’s College London in 2010 Lauren’s career started in the NHS where she also had first-hand experience of working with infants with cow’s milk allergy. Lauren’s interest in the gut microbiota has been a bastion of both her clinical and industry roles.

Lisa Cooke MA BSc RD

Head of Paediatric Dietetics, Nutrition and SALT at the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children

Lisa is the Head of Paediatric Dietetics, Nutrition and SALT at the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children. She has worked in tertiary level paediatrics for many years and has led the specialist team in Bristol for 21 years. She has extensive experience and has covered most areas of paediatric dietetics. She has recently studied to be able to perform physical assessments in children to enhance and extend her scope of practise. She is passionate about paediatric dietetics and has a strong drive to make clinical research everyday practise for the profession. She has volunteered with charities overseas, supporting good nutritional practise in resource limited settings, published in books, journals and presented a academic conferences. She has been part of the course team who deliver the unique Masters in Paediatric Dietetics since its fruition. She volunteers as a member of the Paediatric Specialist group of the British Dietetic Association and currently sits as the policy officer on the
committee. She currently works clinically within the specialities of Paediatric HIV and Allergy.

Catherine Casewell

Specialist Paediatric Dietitian
Ashford and St Peter's NHS Trust

I have been working in the field of Paediatric Dietetics for 21years, starting my paediatric career at Birmingham Children’s Hospital in January 2000.

A few years later I relocated to Surrey to cover the Paediatric caseload in a district general hospital. Prior to commencing my current specialist role, I provided paediatric dietetic support to a general paediatric ward and neonatal care unit as well as supporting the general outpatients, diabetes and home enteral feeding services.

For the last 8 years, my role has been a more specialist one, responsible for providing a specialist service to the Allergy Team at Ashford and St Peter’s NHS Trust and to those infants on our Tier 3 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. This involves providing dietetic management to all infants and children with a multitude of allergies or those infants who are born prematurely. It also involves providing evidence-based education and training to the multidisciplinary team, developing and ensuring all
resources, guidelines and treatment pathways are updated as new evidence emerges, and regularly
auditing and developing/improving current working practice to improve outcomes and meet the
needs of the children and their families.

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October 2021 in collaboration with Nutricia