Emma Kinrade

Lecturer in Dietetics
Department of Occupational Therapy and Human Nutrition and Dietetics
Emma’s Dietetics career began in 1999 following graduation from the PG Diploma in Dietetics at Glasgow Caledonian University. Her first post was as a community dietitian in Preston, Blackpool and Fylde working in GP clinics, nursing homes and at a specialist Huntingtons Disease centre. Following this and staying within Lancashire she worked as a Band 6 community dietitian in Chorley & South Ribble continuing with GP clinics and also in Health Promotion.
A move back to Scotland in 2002 to establish a new ‘Schools / Education – Health Promotion’ post in Paisley, Renfrewshire and East Renfrewshire initiated the passion for teaching, developing educational resources and promoting good health from an early age.

Since 2007 Emma has been a lecturer in Nutrition & Dietetics with expertise in clinical Dietetics, Health Promotion and school aged children, anthropometry and energy expenditure. Throughout her career she has had a keen interest in Sports Nutrition and completed a PG Diploma in Sports Nutrition through the International Olympic Committee in 2011. Following this she completed an MSc research project at the University of Stirling looking at the nutritional intake of ultra-endurance runners and completed her MSc in Sports nutrition in 2017.

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