Yvonne Jeanes
  • 1053 Parkstead House, Whitelands

Accepting PhD Students

PhD projects

coeliac disease, living gluten free

20032022

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Personal profile

Biography

Dr Yvonne Jeanes' healthcare background includes working as a dietitian in the NHS and private setting. I enjoy enthusing students about clinical nutrition, delving into the challenges of nutrition in practice and research.

My research focuses on improving the evidence base for dietary management and improving the practical aspects and nutritional adequacy of diets requiring exclusions, for example coeliac disease and food allergies.

Dr Sue Reeves and I co authored 'The Study Skills Handbook for Nutritionists and Dietitians' publication date April 2022

Research projects

Living gluten free:

Our team at Roehampton are investigating practical factors which influence gluten free dietary adherence in people with coeliac disease. We have presented data on the cost and availability of gluten free foods within the UK and factors associated with gluten free dietary adherence. Our studies are informing UK government policy on prescribing gluten free foods.

Coeliac UK sponsored dissertation, jointly supervised with Adele Costabile, has funded the laboratory analysis of calcium and iron in gluten free foods.

We are currently exploring dietetic outcomes, patient preference for online or face-to-face appointments and annual review provision for adults with coeliac disease across the UK.

Dietetic outcomes in coeliac disease - Dr Yvonne Jeanes RD, Nick Trott RD & Cristian Costas Batlle RD - Coeliac UK

Online survey for adults with Coeliac diesease: Your View: Telephone and online video appointments for coeliac disease

PhD projects:

Lorretta Fagbemi (2022-) Nutritional considerations of gluten freee living

Coralie Falize (2021-) Dietary influence on nutrients with in breast milk and development of dietary guidance resource.

Humayun Muhammad (2019) Exploring adherence to a gluten free diet in people with coeliac disease

Suzanne Barr (2010) Dietary Management of PCOS

Tara Finnerty (2009) Peer influences of dietary intake in young people

Teaching

Postgraduate module lead:
Nutrition Support (HEP020L036)
Clinical Nutrition and Public Health (HEP020L038)

Undergraduate teaching:
Clinical Nutrition (HEA020X326Y)

MRes, MSc and BSc dissertation supervisor

 

Qualifications

PhD Nutritional Biochemistry, University of Surrey

BSc (Hons) Nutrition and Dietetics, University of Surrey

Senior Fellow of Higher Education Academy (SHEA)

Professional affiliations

British Dietetic Association (BDA) member

BDA Gastroenterology Specialist Group:

(2019-2021) Education and Training Lead.

(2021- ) Reserach and Policy Lead.

(2019 -) Joint Clinical Lead for coelaic disease 

Coeliac UK: Member of Health Advisory Network

 

BDA Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Group member

BAPEN (British Assoication of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition) member

 

 

External positions

Research and Policy Lead , British Dietetic Association Gastroenterology Specialst group

2021 → …

Member of the Health Advisory Network, Coeliac UK

2020 → …

Joint Clinical Lead for coeliac disease, British Dietetic Association Gastroenterology Specialst group

2019 → …

External Examiner, University of Surrey

20172021

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