Linsey King is a registered Dietitian and Principal Lecturer in Nutrition and Dietetics. Linsey has worked at the University for 17 years within the dietetic group in various roles and is currently undertaking her PhD part time within clinical practice.
Linsey is the Course Director for Dietetics responsible for the operational and strategic development of the both the undergraduate and postgraduate provision at Leeds Beckett University.
Linsey’s clinical area of expertise includes Nutrition Support, Gastroenterology, Liver Disease, and Intensive care. She also has an overall passion for catering and its delivery in various health care settings and feels that no service user should have their nutritional intake compromised by poor catering.
Linsey is a British Dietetic Association HEI assessor and external examiner as well as her many roles on working and development groups for HEI curriculum and education development.
Course Director for Dietetics - Linsey delivers into many modules and is currently responsible for Applied Clinical Dietetics at level 5 of the undergraduate programme
Linsey completed her undergraduate degree at Leeds Metropolitan University and undertook an MSc in Advanced Nutrition. She is currently undertaking her PhD part time in respiratory medicine at University of Leeds exploring body composition and nutrition in patients with Bronchiectasis and Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia. previous research interests include catering, enteral feeding and dietetic support worker research