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Nutrition & Dietetics Community Paediatric Service: CNWL

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The Camden Children's Nutrition and Dietetics Service promotes nutritional wellbeing, assessment, diagnosis and treatment of diet and nutrition-related problems by providing practical and safe advice based on scientific evidence.

Children's dietitians assess nutritional requirements, food intake and growth in times of health and disease, tailored to the child's age, treatment and medical condition.

Children's dietitians work within the integrated service for disabled children, providing a multidisciplinary service to the MOSAIC Child Development Team, Swiss Cottage School, the feeding clinic for children with complex feeding problems, and general dietetic clinics.

For general weight management services for children, see the Child Weight Management Service.

For cow's milk protein allergy (CMPA) management, see the CMPA Rapid Access Clinic.

Eligibility Criteria


  • children and young people aged 18 and under who are registered with a GP in Camden
  • see the Paediatric dietetic referral criteria in Downloads for further details.

How to Refer

Camden Community Children’s Services SPOR

To refer a child to the Children's Dietetics Service, complete the CNWL Single Point of Referral (SPOR) form.

EMIS form

Referral methods: Email

Complete the Camden Community Children's Services SPOR Form and send to adminspor.cnwl@nhs.net

Where to find the form

  • Camden Global Documents (use EMIS search to find the form)

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Review date: Thursday, 18 July 2024