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Beth Greenslade

BSc (Hons) PG Dip RD

Registered Dietitian

Beth is a registered dietitian with the British Dietetic Association and The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and a member of the British Obesity and Metabolic Surgery Society with Motivational Interviewing and Behavioural Change training.

Beth completed a Nutrition and Food Science degree at Oxford Brookes University in 2003 followed by a Post Graduate Diploma in Dietetics at University Wales Institute Cardiff in 2005. She started her dietetic career in 2005 in Pontypridd and Rhondda NHS Trust, later becoming Cwm Taf Health Board.

From April 2012 to July 2023 Beth led the Bariatric Dietetic service at Musgrove Park Hospital, in Somerset NHS Trust. During this time, she led on the development of policies, guidelines and patient resources, including vitamin and mineral supplementation and monitoring and the bariatric surgery service patient information booklet, to ensure evidence-based, holistic, and expert care. Alongside assessing, educating and supporting people through their journey before and after bariatric surgery, Beth worked closely with the Weight Management multi-disciplinary service, helping to deliver care, and was the Dietetic Team Lead for the obesity speciality. Beth worked closely with consultant endocrinologists to set up and run a specialist multi-disciplinary service for the rare condition of post-surgical hypoglycaemia and to provide a specialist antenatal service for women after bariatric surgery.

In 2021 Beth graduated with the International Olympics Committee Diploma in Sports Nutrition. She has combined this with her passion for supporting people after bariatric surgery to provide specialist assessment and advice, enabling people to improve their performance and be nutritionally safer during sports whilst working alongside the dietary needs of bariatric surgery.

Employment

Lead Dietitian
Verve Health Group

Private Practice Specialist Dietitian
Verve Health Group

Lead Bariatric Dietitian and Weight Management/Bariatric Surgery Dietetic Team Leader
Somerset NHS Trust

Specialist Dietitian – Various Roles
Cwm Taf Health Board

Personal Statement

I am passionate about providing excellent, evidence-based care and guidance for people living with obesity and bariatric surgery. I work in a non-judgemental, individualised and holistic manner with an aim of providing people with the knowledge, skills and confidence to optimise their nutrition and health for life. Through my experience I understand the complex factors affecting people’s relationship with food, weight and nutritional wellbeing and how bariatric surgery can be an invaluable tool for change. I promote physical, psychological and nutritional wellbeing and highly value working with a multi-disciplinary team, which may include surgeons, medics, psychologists, nurses, pharmacists and exercise specialists.

Alongside work, I enjoy spending time with my family, going to the coast, being active and trying new recipes. I also like arts and crafts and exploring charity shops and car boot sales. I value our environment and am working to improve my knowledge on plants and gardening!

Relevant Publications

Al-Momani H, Williamson J, Greenslade B, Krawec V, Mahon D (2015). Biochemical monitoring and micronutrient replacement for patients undergoing bariatric surgery: A review of British Obesity and Metabolic Surgery Society guidelines. British Journal of Obesity 1: 61– 67.

Maslin, K., Douek, I., Greenslade B. & Shawe, J. (2020). Nutritional and perinatal outcomes of pregnant women with a history of bariatric surgery: a case series from a UK centre. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics; 33(3), p386-395

Shawe J, Ceulemans D, Akhter Z, Neff K, Hart K, Heslehurst N., Stohl, I., Agrawal, S., Steegers-Theunisson, R., Taheri, S., Greenslade., Rankin, J., Huda., Douek, I. et al. (2019). Pregnancy after bariatric surgery: Consensus recommendations for periconception, antenatal and postnatal care. Obesity Reviews; 20(11), p1507-1522

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