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09 Apr
2024

Severe and enduring eating disorders Presented by Elizabeth Stathakis, APD

"Help, what do I do?" Working with a person who is living with a severe and enduring eating disorder is a distinct, and under-researched, area of practice. The skills needed extend far beyond focussing on food and weight; it calls on the clinician to have compassion, creativity and to be…

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02 Apr
2024

Metabolic and bariatric surgery nutrition Part 2- Long-term management. Fiona Sammut, APD

Long-term management is the second of Fiona’s three-part series on metabolic and bariatric nutrition. Due to the irreversible changes from this surgery, long-term follow up and management of these clients is vital. Learn about: How to assess and manage gastrointestinal symptoms (significant and ongoing gastrointestinal symptoms are NOT normal) How…

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01 Apr
2024

Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport presented by Professor Louise Burke OAM, PhD, APD

The new IOC REDs conceptual and physiological models for health and performance In 2023 the International Olympic Committee consensus statement on Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport was released. REDs is a syndrome relating to low energy availability relative to expenditure, which results in deleterious health and performance outcomes. We are…

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16 Mar
2024

Nourishing mind, body and brain Education in Nutrition resources

Supporting Dietitians Week 2024 #DietitiansWeek2024 #MindBodyBrain The evidence is now clear that diet has a profound influence on mental health. In support of Dietitian’s Week, we have compiled a range of our presentations that describe the scientific evidence, how to translate the evidence into practical food solutions and the therapy…

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16 Mar
2024

Metabolic and bariatric surgery nutrition Part 1: The Basics, presented by Fiona Sammut, APD

Make a cup of tea, sit down and take your time with part 1 of Metabolic and bariatric surgery nutrition. This topic is vast, spanning across three parts, and the foundational information contained in part one offers a rich two hours of Continuing Professional Development. Fiona Sammut provides the fundamentals…

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10 Mar
2024

Improve client retention Presented by Stephanie Notaras, APD, PhD candidate

How to help your clients find motivation, make changes and come back. Creating a thriving nutrition service that keeps clients supported and engaged is an essential, and really challenging, part of our role. Counselling skills are the bridge between our nutrition science knowledge and meaningful client connections, where we’re helping…

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04 Mar
2024

Exercise for people with heart failure. Presented by Prof Andrew Maiorana AEP

Physiology and practical prescription of exercise in the management of patients with heart failure Exercise training should be standard practice for people with heart failure. Inclusivity and engagement can be prioritised, allowing the vast majority of individuals to undertake exercise that has been tailored to their clinical condition. Learn about:…

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03 Mar
2024

Renal nutrition part 2 MNT for Dialysis and AKI by Associate professor Kelly Lambert, PhD, AdvAPD

As an expert in the field of renal nutrition, Kelly Lambert gets lots of questions from dietitians. In this really useful update, some of our most common queries are addressed. By explaining the physiology involved and latest guidelines Kelly gives practical solutions to curly questions. I have a patient who…

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18 Feb
2024

Renal nutrition part 1 the basics presented by Associate Professor Kelly Lambert, PhD, AdvAPD

If you aren’t working solely in renal nutrition, being referred a client with kidney disease can feel challenging. In Part 1 of Kelly’s 2-part series she helps break down the nutritional management and restore our confidence in our medical nutrition therapy prescription for people with chronic kidney disease. Kelly explains:…

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12 Feb
2024

The low histamine diet in practice by Adriana Duelo, Registered Dietitian (Spain), PhD candidate

Dietitians have an important role in managing a client with suspected histamine intolerance. When working with individuals who present with a combination of respiratory, neurological and gut symptoms then consider histamine intolerance. The evidence base is growing in this area and trialing a low histamine diet along with DAO enzyme…

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