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About Rob Skinner

My broad clinical experience includes both adult and paediatric work, in both community and inpatient settings. I have a particular interest in eating disorders, and have worked for a number of specialist teams across the North West region. I have also run clinical supervision groups for dietitians working in eating disorders. I am very glad to be here at University of Chester to lead the post graduate dietetics programme, and am excited to be helping train the dietitians of the future.

Teaching

Module Lead

XN6122: Dietetic therapy and nutrition support
XN7069: Clinical dietetics II
XN7075: Clinical Medicine and Pharmacology
XN7079: Clinical Dietetics

Contributor

XN7077: Behavioral Aspects of Food and Nutrition
XN7001: Principles of Nutrition
XN7055: Key Concepts in Nutrition
XN4120: Food Nutrients and the Consumer

Research

I am interested in all aspects of research relating to eating disorders, in particular the role of dietetics in an eating disorder service. I have previously supervised a number of student projects in the area of eating disorders, some of whom have presented their work at the BDA research symposium.

Published Work

Johnston, P; Skinner, R, & Woodall, A. (2015). Body Image Perceptions within an Anorexia Nervosa Population (ABSTRACT). Journal of Human Nutrition & Dietetics, 28(2), 200-201

Duffy, A; Hindle, A & Skinner, R. (2016). An investigation into the relationship between nutritional knowledge, body shape concerns and gender in university students (ABSTRACT).  Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, 29 (Supple 1), 38-39.