Ellesia hilton- dietician course work
The NHS- national health service
The NHS was founded in 1948 and is the worlds largest publicly funded health service. The NHS is free for all UK residence and aims to give good health care to all regardless if wealth, this is a principal that has guided the NHS for 60 years and remains core to their system ever today, although patients have to pay for care like prescriptions, optical and dental care. The NHS has cover everything from screening to long term conditions, transplants, emergency care and end of life care
How will my investigation benefit society?
My investigation will befit other by advise inch them on how to lower or maintain their BMI so they can live a healthier lifestyle, letting them work longer and not use NHS treatment to loose weight. If more and more people took the advise my investigation NHS taxes will lower giving people more money ...view middle of the document...
Dieticians can work in hospitals, fitness centres, private practises, nursing homes, corporations, food service companies and Government entities. Some origination require registration while other only require a license
The typical day starts with a review of a patients medical record followed by a patients background and can begin to structure a diet suitable for for their needs and lifestyle. The dietician will complete a nutritional assessment based on the information from a review and interview. Dieticians provide basic nutrition information in diet and lifestyle to the patients, they will also structure a diet plan, inform then on the importance of nutrition and explain how the diet plan works and how it will suit their needs.
I am going to investigate wether a high BMI is connected to over eating so I can find an effective way of lowering my BMI to a lower healthier number.
My height in meters - 1.58m
My weight in kg - 59.62kg
BMI calculation - mass/height2
59.62/(1.58 2)= 23.88
I have a normal BMI
I think the higher the energy intake above the PER the higher the BMI. This is because the intake above the PER (personal energy intake) all access energy is deposited as fat. When taking the BMI (body mass intake), the mass of the body is divided by the height squared. The more fat the more body mass, meaning a higher BMI.
I found this website really useful, it was clearly laid out and had information I needed about the requirements and skills of a dietician.
This site told me a lot about the NHS like the scale, it's service l to the UK residence and what types of cm service it gives out. However it wasn't straight to the point and didn't tell me any negative about the NHS.
This site was really easy to skim through and was really clear, it told me a lot about a dieticians job on a day to day basis and what tilt or of patients they may have