Flavour masterclass re-run in response to demand
A flavour masterclass which won widespread praise when it was held online during lockdown is being repeated in response to demand.
The event, held by Sintons’ Neurotrauma team, brought together experts in their field to discuss the topic of rediscovering the joy of food after a life-changing injury.
The interactive workshop, held via Zoom in May, is now being repeated after outstanding feedback from the initial online session saw a significant level of enquiries from neuro professionals across the country.
The event is being held for a second time on Thursday, November 5, via Zoom, and attendees will hear from:
- Dr Duika L. Burges Watson, Newcastle University lecturer and altered eating research network lead
- Sheri Taylor, specialist dietician, Specialist Nutrition Rehab
- Matthew Nakonesky, principal speech and language therapist, Speech Therapy North East
The flavour masterclass is the latest in a series of successful seminars and events held by Sintons’ Neurotrauma team, including several held online during the COVID-19 pandemic which have won strong praise for their insightful and relevant content.
Andrew McGowan, head of Neurotrauma at Sintons said: “We regularly receive very strong and positive feedback about our events, and due to the strength of outstanding response we got to our flavour masterclass, we have decided to run it again.
“As a firm, we have made best use of technology and the digital means available to us to continue to hold events and interact with our audience, and we have truly led the field in this. By holding something as unusual as a flavour masterclass online, we have pushed boundaries and shown what can be done, even in such difficult times as we currently face.
“We look forward to welcoming even more people to our latest flavour masterclass, which tackles another very important issue in the field of rehabilitation for those recovering from serious injury.”