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18 Apr
2022

Type 1 diabetes: Resources to help the experts self-manage

“What can I help you with today?”  When asked this question, a client with type 1 diabetes may reply with any number of responses, calling for the dietitian to have a range of specific skills in: Teaching carb counting Hyper- and hypo-glycemia management Macronutrients and insulin dosing strategies Meal planning…

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13 Apr
2022

Weekly job wrap up

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 login) and Dietitians NZ also list jobs on their website,…

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10 Apr
2022

Presentations on cancer nutrition

Cancer nutrition management calls for an informed understanding of what’s normal. Normal anatomy. Normal physiology. Normal metabolism. Normal appetite. Normal digestion. With cancer, and cancer treatment, these normals are often disrupted. The disruptions present themselves to us as nutrition impact symptoms, which act as signposts for our dietetic input. Our…

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06 Apr
2022

Weekly job wrap up

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 Dietitians Australia (Classifieds > Jobs requires a login) and Dietitians NZ also list jobs on their website, many of…

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01 Apr
2022

Challenging clients. Presented by Sharon Curtain

Recognising, resolving and avoiding discord in collaborative client relationships You’ve likely experienced discord in your clinic, even if you weren’t able to put a name to it. Sharon describes how discord can show up in closed body language, argumentative responses, and agreeing readily- “yes, yes, yes!”. We may have called…

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01 Apr
2022

Breast Cancer Case Study by Lauren Atkins, Senior Oncology AdvAPD

By Anthea Talliopoulos, APD

Recovery after breast cancer is often a complex process, especially given that many individuals feel that they are living in another body during and post treatment due to surgeries, body composition changes, and altered eating habits. Weight and body image concerns are significant in these clients given that some may…

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28 Mar
2022

Presentations on type 2 diabetes

It can be hard to maintain a granular focus on the details that make each person with type 2 diabetes, and their needs, unique. Yet the ability to do this is meaningful. It allows us to personalise our support, accounting for each client’s clinical presentation, expectations and current desire for…

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28 Mar
2022

All together now - why dietitians should stand with the WHO on formula milk marketing

Let’s count the claims that the formula milk industry uses to mislead consumers and undermine breastfeeding. Formula products with added ingredients improve brain development and immunity Formula products are needed after 12 months of age Breast milk is inadequate for the nutrition of older infants and children Formula keeps babies…

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22 Mar
2022

Post-menopause osteoporosis. Presented by Eva Boland AEP

Practical clinical management for the AEP We start with a moment to challenge our stereotype impression of a client in need of exercise to support bone health- Is it primarily the elderly women with mobility aides and a kyphotic curve? How about a fit 48 year old post-menopausal woman at…

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16 Mar
2022

Breast Cancer. Presented by Lauren Atkins, Senior Oncology AdvAPD

By Anthea Talliopoulos, APD

With over 19,000 women being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2021, breast cancer is a prevalent condition. By age 85, it is estimated that 1 in 7 women will have experienced breast cancer. The overall survival rate of breast cancer is 91%, with the rate of survival being heavily reliant…

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