Nathalie Jones is an experienced dietitian who has worked in NHS, private practice, charity sector and research. She has particular expertise in weight management, disordered eating, sports nutrition and irritable bowel syndrome. Her research has focussed on health interventions for people with intellectual disabilities (learning disabilities).
Position at Priory
- Nathalie has been working at Priory Hospital Glasgow since July 2020
- MSc Dietetics (2003), Glasgow Caldedonian University
- PDDip Dietetics (2003), Glasgow Caledonian University
- BSc (Hons.) (2000) Exercise Physiology and Nutrition, Greenwich University London
- Previous research has focussed on health interventions for people with intellectual disabilities and weight management.
Clinical articles and research papers
- Saiman N (2007), Investigation of obese adults views of the outcomes of dietary treatment, Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, vol. 20, p. 486-94
- Harris, L., Melville, C.A., Jones, N., Pert, C., Boyle, S., Murray, H., Tobin, J., Gray, F. and Hankey C.R. (2015) A single-blind, pilot randomised trial of a weight management intervention for adults with intellectual disabilities and obesity: study protocol. Pilot and Feasibility Studies 1:5.
- Jones N., Melville C.A., Harris L., Bleazard L. and Hankey C. (2015) A qualitative study exploring why adults with intellectual disabilities and obesity want to lose weight and views of their carers BMC Obesity 2, 49.
- Jones N., Melville C., Tobin J., Gray F., (2015) A retrospective evaluation of a weight management intervention for adults with intellectual disabilities: Waist Winners Too. British Journal of Obesity, Volume 1 (4) pp. 132-40
- Harris L., Hankey C., Jones N., Pert C., Murray H., Tobin J., Boyle S., Melville C., (2017) A cluster RCT of a multi-component weight management programme for adults with intellectual disabilities and Obesity, British Journal of Nutrition, 118 (3), pp. 229-240
- Harris L., Hankey C. Jones N., Pert C., Murray H., Melville C., Process evaluation of a cluster RCT of a multicomponent weight management programme in adults with intellectual disabilities and obesity (under review for the Journal of Intellectual Disability Research)
- BSc (Hons.) Exercise Physiology and Nutrition
- MSc Dietetics
- PDDip Dietetics