Mrs Jacqui Bartram
Profiles

Mrs Jacqui Bartram

Lecturer in Dietetics

School of Health Professions (Faculty of Health & Human Sciences)

Role

Personal tutor to x6 BSc Dietetics undergraduates

Module Lead and course lecturer for ‘Human Nutrition & Psychosocial Care' (DIET402) and Human Nutrition & Food Studies (DIET401), both 20 credit Year 1 BSc Dietetic modules 

Course lecturer for 'Introduction to Human Nutrition' (BHCS1010) School of Biomedical & Healthcare Sciences

Supervisor for 'Project Studies 1' (DIET317)  - 20 credit Year 3 BSc Dietetics

Supervisor for 'Project Studies 2' (DIET311) - 30 credit final year dissertation Year 3 BSc Dietetics

Course lecturer / facilitator on 'Preparation for Professional Practice' (SOHP302) - 10 credit Year 3 core health professional module (Dietetics, Paramedicine, Physiotherapy, Podiatry and Occupational Therapy)

Module Lead and course lecturer for 'Nutritional Science' (HNUT701), MSc Human Nutrition.

Supervisor for 'Project Design for Research' (ADV715) & Reasearch Dissertation (ADV716) APP MSc Human Nutrition

Marking / second marking for above module assessments and for Public Health Nutrition (DIET221 & DIET320)

Qualifications

2012-2014
   

Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice, Plymouth University
PGCAP 700 Academic Practice
PGCAP 720 Pedagogic Research

1998 – 2002

 

MSc Clinical Nutrition & Immunology: Pass
University of Surrey, Roehampton

1990 – 1991

 

Postgraduate Diploma in Dietetics: Pass
King’s College, University of London

1987 – 1990

BSc (Hons.) Nutrition: 2(i)
King’s College, University of London

1987 – 1990

 

AKC Philosophy and Theology Diploma: Pass
King’s College, University of London

Professional membership

Member of the British Dietetic Association

Health Professions Council registered

Teaching interests

Renal Dietetics

Nutrition Support
Sustainable Food Systems and Food Inequality

Reports & invited lectures

May 2014, University of Malta - invited lecturer  for Postgraduate Modular Diploma (EHL5606) Food Policy and Food Project 

Other academic activities

Assist admissions tutor/UCAS scoring

Open Days and VBR interviewing