• Rosan Meyer, is a state registered paediatric dietitian* who practices in London, United Kingdom. She has specialised in paediatric nutrition and has a particularly interested in food allergies and intolerances, nutritional support, growth faltering, medical/feeding complications and poor feeding. Rosan works in in many paediatric nutrition related fields including:
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CONSULTATIONS

For referred children (birth-16 years) and their parents

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LECTURING

On topics related to paediatric food allergy, growth, feeding difficulties and nutritional support.

Sample lecture 1

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ADVISING

Nutrition companies on infant nutrition and nutritional products.

A BIT ABOUT ROSAN

Rosan completed her degree in Dietetics in South Africa and specialised in paediatric nutrition in the UK. In 2004, she finished her MSc in Paediatric Nutrition and in 2008 her PhD at Imperial College London. She was the principal research dietitian at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children until December 2015, leading a project on the impact of gastrointestinal food allergies on children and their families and after this worked with the allergy team at St. Thomas Hospital as research dietitian until 2018. In addition, she has a busy paediatric dietetic practice specialising in food allergy, feeding difficulties (SOS trained), nutritional support and faltering growth in London.  She has published numerous articles on paediatric nutrition, food allergy, feeding difficulties and is in particular interested in the association between growth and food allergy. She has also co-authored the Paediatric Dietetic Pocket Guide, that aims to provide guidance on nutritional management in paediatrics.

She is currently module leader for the Food Hypersensitivity Module that forms part of the MSc in Allergy at Imperial College London, and is honorary senior lecturer in paediatrics at the same university. She is also visiting Professor at KU Leuven, Belgium, on their MSc on Deglutology (swallow disorders).  She is the chair of the European Section of the International Network for Diet and Allergy, secretary of the Allied Health and Primary Care section of EAACI and member of several EAACI task forces on food allergy.

Rosan is fluent in English, German, Afrikaans and has a B1 level French

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Rosan has been seeing paediatric patients privately since 2005. She currently primarily provides video consultations (using Zoom platform which is GDPR compatible), which allows parents to do the consultations from the comfort of their home and if required, the consultation can be recorded. Face to face consultations, when required occur at 84 Harley Street, London. Her private practice has a specialist focus on allergies and intolerances, childhood feeding difficulties, vitamin and mineral deficiencies, faltering growth and nutritional support (enteral nutritional support). She sees children from birth  up to 16 years of age.

WHAT HAS ROSAN BEEN UP TO

JANUARY 13, 2020

Do not confuse lactose...

I have written about this topic before, but constantly get reminded through social media...

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SEPTEMBER 8, 2019

Is a sustainable diet...

The discussion about healthy eating, whilst considering the environment is a topic that...

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AUGUST 26, 2019

Holiday, birthday parties and...

As we are well into our summer holidays, I thought it would be worth posting a blog post...

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CONTACT

 Rosan has 2 video consultation clinics per week. Video consultations allow  for an assessment in the comfort of your home, whilst multiple parties can join the consultation, a feeding assessment can take place within the home environment and immediate access to nutritional products used e at home. Please note, that Rosan only accepts written referral from selected specialist to ensure optimal dietetic input.

50 minute video consultation includes: > Assessment of the growth chart    > Assessment of nutritional bloods (if available)    > Clinical Assessment if Child Attends Consultation    > Dietary Assessment    > Dietary advice according to above information, including a written report. On request parents can also request that the consultation is recorded.