FULL DAY – Day 3

$165.00 NZD

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Plenary Sessions:

  • The Great Debate: The Ministry of Health Eating & Activity Guidelines for Adults are synonymous with sustainable practice: Fiona Windle, Nickie Hursthouse, Evelyn Mete, Claire Gibson, Rob Beaglehole, Summer Wright, Rebekah Jones, Tyla Goodsell-Matthews


Public Health & Food Industry

  • Food Reformulation – The transformation over the last 13 years: Dave Monro
  • Non-perishable Meal in Minutes Kit: Jennie Verstappen
  • HSR 5 year review update: Rebecca Doonan
  • Food Industry initiatives supporting a health Aotearoa: Members of the DIFI SIG
  • Learnings from the Beehive: Rob Beaglehole
  • Panel Discussion: The interaction of the public health sector and the food industry: Dave Monro, Jennie Verstappen, Rebecca Doonan, Charlotte Moor, Rob Beaglehole

Dietetic-led pathways and novel approaches to dietetic care

  • Chronic nausea and vomiting pathway, Waitemata district health board: Amanda Whitford
  • Development of an innovative expert gastroenterology dietitian outpatient model of care: Catherine Wall
  • Are Inflammatory Bowel Disease patients’ expectations met by dietetic services?: Nicky McCarthy
  • Exploring the impact of work-integrated learning on the mental health of dietetics students: supervisor perspectives: Reena Soniassy-Unkovich
  • The prevalence and practice impact of weight bias amongst New Zealand registered dietitians: Rajshri Roy
  • Preventing future weight regain post bariatric surgery – barriers and enablers reported by CM Health patients: Gypsy Bullen 


  • Māori First Foods: A Māori centred approach to understanding infant complementary feeding practices in Māori Whānau: Hannah Rapata
  • The effect of mild sleep loss on dietary intake and food type choices in children: A randomized cross-over trial: Silke Morrison
  • Starting complementary feeding with vegetables only increases vegetable acceptance at nine months: a randomised controlled trial: Jeanette Rapson
  • Evaluation of a Triple P community based family intervention ‘Positive Parenting and Active Lifestyle’ (PPAL) in Waitematā and Auckland area: Gabrielle Orr
  • A qualitative approach to understanding young child feeding practices of Māori and Pacific parents in Auckland, New Zealand: Gabrielle Orr