FULL DAY – Day 1

$165.00 NZD

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Plenary Sessions:

  • Better never stops – A powerful Story of transformation: Dr Paul Wood
  • ‘Better’ v ‘Best’ practice – an ethical and cultural kōrero: Nicky McCarthy, Julie Carter, Kate Syers, Jo Tamaki, Leigh O’Brien, Jasmine Walton, Nick Denniston, Christina Cullen

Streams:

Allergy

  • Lifting the lid on Food Chemical Intolerances: Dr Merryn Netting
  • Nutrition Strategies for allergy prevention: Dr Debbie Palmer

Mental Health

  • Nutrition interventions in severe mental illness: Dr Scott Teasdale
  • Feeding your Brain – the role of nutrition in depression and anxiety: Dr Jane Elmslie
  • A community approach to mental health: Jo Tamaki
  • The impact of COVID-19 on eating disorders: Sylvia Pyatt
  • A private practice approach to mental health & disordered eating: Kate Syers
  • Disordered Eating – a parent’s perspective: Rebecca Toms – EDANZ

Gerontology

  • Dietitians in Aged Residential Care – advocating for change: Dietitians Australia
  • Developing Australian New Zealand guidance for identifying and managing malnutrition and frailty in the community: Shelley Roberts
  • The effect of International Dysphagia Diet Standardisation Initiative (IDDS)-tailored interventions on staff knowledge and Texture-Modified diets (TMDs) compliance in aged-care facilities: Sharon Wu
  • Chronic diarrhoea in older adults: how common is it and what is the impact on residents living in care?: Leigh O’Brien
  • Malnutrition screening, diagnosis and treatment in South Island Hospitals: Catherine Wall

ICU & Research in Practice

  • Organ Failure in Intensive Care: Professor John Windsor
  • Evaluating Gut Dysfunction in Intensive Care: Varsha Asrani
  • Research in Practice: Dr Andrea Braakhuis & Dr Sue MacDonnell
  • Dietitian-led functional bowel disorder education groups are an effective way to manage waitlists in a NZ healthcare service: Anna Sloan
  • Reaching out for more effective management of malnutrition outpatient referrals: Anna Sloan