Face to Face Training

Motivational Interviewing &
Adult Weight Management

Delivered by:

Michaela Nuttall RGN MSc

Former Clinical Advisor Personalised Prevention OHID
Chair Health Care Committee HEART UK

Thursday 22nd February 2024

9.30am – 3pm

Refreshments and lunch provided

The social stigma associated with overweight and obesity can affect career prospects and self-confidence (NICE)

Do you struggle to use the word obesity with patients?

Can your/our weight make a difference in what patients think?

How do you feel about body weight?

Having those difficult conversations with patients can be, well, difficult.


Are your patients asking for the ‘jab’ as a ‘quick-fix’ weight loss solution?

Would you like to better support them in managing their expectations of semaglutide drugs?

  • Join Michaela in a safe environment to find out more about how you can help both you and your patients with weight and physical activity
  • Learn more about the Adult Weight Management Service in Richmond and Wandsworth, tier services, referral criteria and pathways
  • Come and meet the Enable weight management team – understand the referral pathway and take part in a mini-taster session
  • Update your knowledge of the latest local guidelines, including BMI thresholds and NICE guidance on using semaglutides to manage overweight and obesity.


York House (Terrace Room)

Richmond Road



Michaela Nuttall, Founder and Director of Smart Health Solutions

Michaela Nuttall RGN MSc

Founder & Director Smart Health Solutions

NHS Health Check Training Lead

Michaela is a Cardiovascular Nurse Specialist with a unique and varied experience across the NHS and beyond.

She developed her passion for prevention over 20 years ago and has worked within it ever since. In 2016 she left public health after working in the field for 16 years and now focuses on 3 main areas, as a Director for Smart Health Solutions, Associate in Nursing for C3 Collaborating for Health and Head of CVD Prevention at the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities.

She is the Chair of the Health Care Committee of Heart UK and an invited member of both the Nurses and The Guidelines and Information working party of the British and Irish Hypertension Society, elected member of the Association of Cardiovascular Nurses and Allied Health Professional Education working party, on a variety of editorial boards and the Global Cardiovascular Nursing Leadership Forum. Being a Trustee at PoTS UK keeps her firmly rooted in the challenges patients face in living with life-altering conditions.