Adam Mead currently works at Kingston Hospital as a Highly Specialist Dietitian in Critical Care, Nutrition Team and Gastrointestinal Services. Having gained a degree in Sports Science in 2000 Adam then continued his studies by completing a Postgraduate Diploma in Dietetics, followed by a Masters in Nutrition and Dietetics in 2006. He is registered on the Health & Care Professionals Council (DT08817) and is a member of the British Dietetic Association (member No: 7042).
Adam has over 15 years experience in the NHS and over a decade in treating private sector patients. His areas of expertise include gastroenterology, upper and lower gastroenterology surgery, critical care and artificial nutritional support.
His particular clinical interests are irritable bowel syndrome, functional bowel disorders, inflammatory bowel disease, GI surgery, pancreatic disorders and critical care.
Adam completed training in the FODMAP dietary approach to help functional gastrointestinal symptoms at King’s College London in 2012.
He is also a Visiting Lecturer for the Postgraduate dietetics course at King's College, London teaching in fluid balance and clinical biochemistry.
In addition, Adam has appeared on the BBC and also contributed to articles published in the Daily Mail and Men's Health Magazine.
He is a member of the following:
- British Dietetic Association Specialist Interest Groups
- Critical Care
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Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust