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Monthly twitter chat moderated by 4 AfN (UKVRN) Registrants  🔎
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AfNutr Mar 20
That’s really useful! Thanks 👍🏻
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AfNutr Mar 19
Wow! What an incredibly fast and busy hour! We would like to say hello to our new followers 👋and thank you to everyone who joined in tonight! We were trending! Keep your tweets coming, we won't archive until the end of the week
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AfNutr Mar 19
Great to have you - multitasking nutrition twitter chat with cooking seems appropriate!
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AfNutr Mar 19
Thanks for joining us and so happy that we made your train journey home more pleasant.
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AfNutr Mar 19
We would love to hear from you! What topics would you like to be featured in future ? DM or email us your ideas! AfNutr@gmail.com
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AfNutr Mar 19
Look out for details of the next on our webpage
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AfNutr Mar 19
Time flies when you're having fun! That was a quick hour of chat! Thanks so much for joining in, we hope you enjoyed it & found it useful.
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AfNutr Mar 19
There is no easy answer except that we need to keep out there and be careful not to let our standards slip in the battle to be out there amongst the influencers!
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AfNutr Mar 19
Social Media can put a lot of pressure on people and affects mental health. We need to think about that when we share posts - it is easy to be drawn into a style of post that may contribute to that pressure rather than helping people feel better about themselves
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AfNutr Mar 19
A6 Here’s a fun video on with tips on how nutrition professionals can communicate their expertise on social media (or not 🤦‍♀️)
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AfNutr Mar 19
Q6: With the rise of online influencers, how can we make our professional evidence-based voices heard?
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AfNutr Mar 19
It’s great to see more Nutritionist’s being asked for their expert comment by media outlets
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Dr Suzanne Zaremba ANutr Mar 19
A3: Maintaining good social media etiquette is super important! Be respectful (even if you don't agree) & remember that you don't always NEED to respond! Log off & step away. Always think before you type! 🧠🗣💬💻
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AfNutr Mar 19
Fantastic tweets tonight folks...The final question is coming up soon...
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AfNutr Mar 19
That sounds really useful skills development
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Jillian Pitt (RNutr) Mar 19
A4. As registered professionals we have a duty to call out misleading advice and adhere to code of conduct
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AfNutr Mar 19
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AfNutr Mar 19
Q5: Consumers can often receive confusing nutrition messages, how can we improve communication through social media/digital means?
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AfNutr Mar 19
Good question! Will have a think 🤔
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AfNutr Mar 19
Medics have a key role in reversing the incidence of chronic lifestyle-led disease through social and lifestyle prescribing. Nutrition and healthy eating guidance is a vital part of this future
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