Artika Datta's blog, India April 2019

Apr
01

By Artika Datta, Advanced Specialist Dietitian

A lifelong passion for learning and the desire to enhance my knowledge have helped me to remain self- motivated. After completing BSc. Honours in Nutrition and Msc. in Dietetics from Kings College London, I was very fortunate to get my first job as a dietitian in Addenbrooke’s Hospital.

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Claire Holgate's blog, India April 2019

Apr
01

By Claire Holgate, Specialist Dietitian

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Helaina Jackson's blog, India April 2019

Mar
31

By Helaina Jackson, Specialist Dietitian
I have been working at Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge for over 3.5 years, initially as a newly-qualified dietitian before deciding to specialist in head and neck cancer.

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Tanzil Miah's blog, India April 2019

Mar
31

By Tanzil Miah, Specialist Dietitian
At school I was never the kid who knew that they wanted to be a Doctor, a lawyer or a dancer when they grew up, so after finishing my A-Levels I took a year out to explore my options.

I spent a lot of time researching Dietetics, before shadowing an Oncology Dietitian at Addenbrooke’s Hospital - I knew instantly that it was the career for me! I completed my undergraduate training at Coventry University and have worked as a Dietitian since, moving around the country for various job roles.

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My time at Divya Prem, by Joe Cottrell

Dec
16

When I arrived at the gates of Divya Prem Sewa Mission (after a gruelling taxi journey in which I’d gotten lost after giving the driver the wrong address), I had no idea what to expect. The chance to come to this amazing place had been presented to me rather serendipitously by a friend of mine who happened to live next door to two people connected with it. I agreed to volunteer my services as an English teacher for a brief two weeks. Nothing could’ve prepared me for the depth and beauty of the experience I was to have.

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