Tina Pennock graduated from Leeds Metropolitan University in 1997 with a BSc (Hons) degree in Dietetics. She worked in the NHS initially at Manchester Royal Infirmary for 18 months before moving on to set up and develop a Community Paediatric post in West Yorkshire. Tina completed the British Dietetic Association Paediatric course in 1999. After 6 years solely in the NHS she set up Private Practice in 2003. Her work in a Private Practice has been very varied and includes work such Article Writing, Conference Work, 1 to 1 Client Work, Menu Analysis.
Tina currently splits her time working part time in the NHS as a Paediatric Dietitian, part time in a Brain Injury Unit and part time doing private work.
Tina’s passion has always been in Paediatrics. Throughout her dietetic career she has spent time working as a Paediatric Dietitian at St. Mary’s Hospital, Manchester; Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, Pendelbury; Booth Hall Children’s Hospital, Manchester; Leeds General Infirmary and in a number of Community Posts. Her work in these roles has included Feeding Problems, Allergies and Failure to Thrive.
• Registered with the Health Care Professions Council
• Member of the British Dietetic Association and Specialist Subgroups: Member of Paediatric Group, Autism Sub Group, Food Allergy & Intolerance Group, Parenteral and Enteral Group and NeuroSciences Group.