Beth Willson is a UK Specialist Dietitian in gastrointestinal surgery providing nutrition support for people in a hospital setting.
Beth is passionate about providing people with digestive issues the support that they need, which can often be overlooked by other healthcare professionals. She aspires to educate people so that they able to confidently manage their conditions in the long term.
Beth joined the Food Treatment Clinic in 2021 as our Online Content Manager. As somebody who uses social media herself, Beth understands how the internet can cause a great amount of confusion when it comes to nutrition and health. She is driven to help combat the online misinformation around nutrition, particularly for digestive health. This is why she has taken on the role as an Online Content Manager, where Beth ensures our blog posts are science based and up to date so that we can correctly educate you on the management of IBS.
Outside of the Food Treatment Clinic, Beth works in the UK’s National Health Service to ensure people receive the optimal nutrition pre and post gastrointestinal surgery. This involves holistic assessments, including monitoring and managing complex gut symptoms. She also has experience in helping people manage their IBS and coeliac disease.
BSc (Hons) Nutrition and Dietetics – University of Surrey – 2020
HCPC Registered Dietitian (DT31228) – 2020-present
Full Member of the British Dietetic Association – 2020-present
Full Member of the Gastroenterology Specialist Group – 2021-present
2021: Present: Online Content Manager – The Food Treatment Clinic – editing and publishing articles on IBS education.
2021: Present: Surgical and Critical Care Specialist Dietitian – NHS – working with complex gastrointestinal surgeries, pancreatitis, IBD, diverticular disease, upper GI oncology surgery, intensive care, enteral and parenteral nutrition.
2020-2021: Dietitian – NHS – experience working in general medicine, general surgery, gastroenterology, oncology, stroke and paediatrics.