Collaboration with Blenheim CDP to investigate the potential efficacy of nutritional therapy in substance use disorder

Activity: Public engagement and outreachMedia Article or Participation


Blenheim CDP (now HumanKind) provide a recovery support service for people with substance use disorder. I collaborated with them to run a pilot study to investigate nutritional therapy in substance use disorder. This had some extent and the results have been presented at conferences and research seminars. Currently in discussion with a SME to extend this approach, subject to funding.
Period1 May 201631 Aug 2018
Held atBlenheim CDP, United Kingdom
Degree of RecognitionRegional