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News & Reviews

01 Dec
2021

Weekly job wrap up 1 December 2021

Listed below is a summary of jobs posted in the past 7 days.  These jobs have been collected from employment sites using the search terms Dietitian and/or Nutritionist in Australia and New Zealand. Both the Dietitians Australia (Classifieds > Jobs requires a log in) and Dietitians NZ also list jobs on their…

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28 Nov
2021

Surviving the first year- a graduate’s reflections

By Anthea Talliopoulos, APD

The first year out as a graduate dietitian is a steep learning curve. At times, it can feel intimidating and we can even question our competence as a clinician. After working in private practice over the past year, I’m sharing some of my experiences to help motivate new graduates, and…

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28 Nov
2021

Invisible illnesses

An invisible illness is a physical, mental or neurological condition that is not usually visible from the outside. These conditions can limit or challenge a person’s movements, senses, or activities. Education in Exercise has a series of ESSA Accredited 1 CPD point presentations to watch on invisible illnesses. Pain science in…

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24 Nov
2021

Weekly job wrap up 24 November 2021

Listed below is a summary of jobs posted in the past 7 days.  These jobs have been collected from employment sites using the search terms Dietitian and/or Nutritionist in Australia and New Zealand. Both the Dietitians Australia (Classifieds > Jobs requires a log in) and Dietitians NZ also list jobs on their…

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21 Nov
2021

Calcium balance: Ca, Vitamin D and PTH by Dr Marcela Nascimento MD, MAACB

By Anthea Talliopoulos, APD

Calcium is a critical mineral of the body, required for the normal functioning of the body including energy production, cell proliferation and apoptosis, hormone secretion, nerve conduction, muscle contraction, coagulation, and healthy bones and teeth. The physiology of calcium balance within the body is complex, being impacted by numerous factors…

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17 Nov
2021

Weekly job wrap up 17 November 2021

Listed below is a summary of jobs posted in the past 7 days.  These jobs have been collected from employment sites using the search terms Dietitian and/or Nutritionist in Australia and New Zealand. Both the Dietitians Australia (Classifieds > Jobs requires a log in) and Dietitians NZ also list jobs on their…

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11 Nov
2021

Standard tests for vitamins and minerals by A/Prof Ken Sikaris BSc (Hons), MBBS, FRCPA, FAACB, FFSc

By Anthea Talliopoulos, APD

Interpreting vitamin and mineral tests can be challenging, and in requesting tests as dietitians, it is important that we can justify the reason for testing. It is also crucial that in interpreting laboratory results and interpreting biochemical markers that we can alter our dietary plan and/or alter the supplement regimens…

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10 Nov
2021

Weekly job wrap up 10 November 2021

Listed below is a summary of jobs posted in the past 7 days.  These jobs have been collected from employment sites using the search terms Dietitian and/or Nutritionist in Australia and New Zealand. Both the Dietitians Australia (Classifieds > Jobs requires a log in) and Dietitians NZ also list jobs on their…

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09 Nov
2021

Review- Health at Every Size®- An introduction for AEPs. Presented by Meg McClintock APD

Practising under a weight centric approach doesn’t mean weight is the only focus of the intervention, rather it describes an underlying belief that better health is accessed through maintaining or achieving a ‘healthy weight’. Health at Every Size® (HAES) challenges this assumption that weight is a reflection of health behaviours…

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07 Nov
2021

Education in Exercise research snapshot November 2021

Internalised weight stigma as a mediator of the relationship between experienced/perceived weight stigma and biopsychosocial outcomes: a systematic review Preliminary evidence for internalised weight stigma as an intervening variable in adverse health outcomes.  There are potential benefits of interventions addressing internalised weight stigma to improve health outcomes.   Do exercise-associated genes explain phenotypic…

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