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16 Jun
2024

Cultural safety presented by Nicole Hewlett, Project manager, PhD Candidate

Providing a culturally safe practice engages people who have avoided connecting with health care services. Within a culturally safe space people feel good and the care aligns with their needs. A sign of cultural safety learning is getting uncomfortable, for non-indigenous viewers Nicole’s presentation is both eye-opening and challenging. Take…

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08 Jun
2024

Sensory Based Feeding Difficulties – presentation and case study

Dr Rati Jani, PhD, AdvAPD unpacks Sensory Based Feeding Difficulties (SBFD) in two separate presentations. In her main presentation Sensory Based Feeding Difficulties (SBFD), Rati explains how to differentiate between fussy eaters and children with SBFD. SBFD may originate in any one or more of the seven senses (proprioception, vestibular,…

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30 May
2024

Education in Exercise’s Improve client retention, presented by Stephanie Notaras, APD

How to help your clients find exercise motivation, make changes and come back. Creating a booming exercise service that keeps clients supported and engaged is an essential, and really challenging, part of our role as movement professionals. Beyond our knowledge of pathophysiology and prescription considerations, clinical communication skills is the…

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26 May
2024

Collagen Supplements: Facts and Fallacies presented by Dr Tim Crowe, PhD, AdvAPD

The science behind collagen supplements and their purported usefulness. The use of collagen for skin health is reported regularly in the media. Scientific evidence does show that hydrolyzed collagen can improve skin health in ageing. Additionally, there is evidence for its use in pain due to osteoarthritis, repairing injury to…

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16 May
2024

Nutrition and dietetics in a climate emergency presented by Liza Barbour, PhD, AdvAPD

Dietitians and nutritionists can play a significant role in addressing the climate emergency. Although this topic can be daunting, Liza inspires us with the hope that there is still time for meaningful change. Learn about: ‘One health’- a term that incorporates the health of us as people, the health of…

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11 May
2024

Metabolic and bariatric surgery nutrition 3 part series, presented by Fiona Sammut, APD

Fiona Sammut brings a wealth of experience and detail to this specialised topic. Part 1: The basics Why people seek treatment Options available and outcomes Supporting patients through conversations about treatments Types of metabolic and bariatric surgeries performed in Australia Updated guidelines on indications for surgery Realistic expectations of outcomes…

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06 May
2024

Dried mushrooms as a convenient source of vitamin D presented by Glenn Cardwell, PhD, AdvAPD

Irradiated dried mushrooms (or mushroom powder) have a long shelf life, are easy to transport and do not require refrigeration, they are a simple, potential world-wide dietary source to combat vitamin D deficiency. In this engaging presentation Glenn discusses the clinical nutrition implications of his PhD research. Learn about Glenn’s…

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28 Apr
2024

Metabolic and bariatric surgery nutrition Part 3, presented by Fiona Sammut, APD

Life stage management In this third and final of the series on metabolic and bariatric surgery nutrition, Fiona discusses issues arising in longer term management and life stages which impact our management. These include excessive weight loss and malnutrition/sarcopenia, suboptimal response to therapy and reactive hypoglycaemia/late dumping. With 80% of…

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23 Apr
2024

Exercise for people in larger bodies. Presented by Ellen Masson AEP

Respectful collaborations supporting people in larger bodies to find movement options that suit   Centring the needs of people in larger bodies is not the default in fitness and medical industries. Movement professionals let’s elevate our practice: from using size-inclusive language, to addressing weight stigma in exercise spaces, and offering…

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17 Apr
2024

Ovulation matters presented by Lara Briden, BSc, ND

Lara Briden BSc, ND is a naturopathic doctor and author of the bestselling books Period Repair Manual and Hormone Repair Manual. She has 25 years’ experience in women’s health and sits on several scientific advisory committees. Lara has previously presented for us on perimenopause. With the same thoroughness and deep…

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