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News & Reviews

27 Sep
2021

Nutrition in COVID wards - coping with the challenges of Delta

Dietitians Ashwini Menon and Annalise Farah both work in COVID wards at Sydney’s Royal Prince Alfred Hospital where there’s been an influx of patients with COVID - a situation predicted to increase over coming months. In this complimentary presentation, Ash and Annalise share their experiences of handling the challenges of…

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14 Sep
2021

Blended tube feeding case studies. Presented by Lina Breik, APD and Claire Kariya, RD, Canada

By Anthea Talliopoulos, APD

Although the utilisation of blended diets with enteral feeding tubes is currently not common practice amongst dietitians, nor integrated in current training, it is an area which is gaining popularity. Whilst current guidelines tend to advise against blended diets due to concerns over contamination and infection risk, tube blockages, and…

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13 Sep
2021

Pain science in action FREE. Presented by Daniel Arbilla AEP

Principles for movement prescription A foundational, yet deep, dive into providing safe and evidence-based exercise prescription to clients who experience chronic pain. In practice, we are either incidentally seeing people who experience chronic pain, or perhaps you are interested in working with this group in a more intentional way. Pain…

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06 Sep
2021

Blended tube feeding. Presented by Lina Breik, APD and Claire Kariya, RD, Canada

Tube fed individuals and their loved ones are quickly discovering that blended food is an option to ultra-processed commercial feeds. In the past, dietetic organisations advised against using blended diets due to concerns of blocked tubes, nutritional inadequacy and contamination. With these concerns not proving true, and because dietitians are…

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31 Aug
2021

Explore the world while you are in lockdown

A useful list of links to museums, zoos, art galleries, story times, games, craft activities, movement videos, kid’s school lessons and more… Visit museums. Google Arts and Culture partnered with over 2,500 museums and galleries around the world to offer virtual tours of their spaces The Louvre, Paris  British Museum,…

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30 Aug
2021

Nutrition and recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. Presented by Lulu Cook, APD, RDN (USA)

By Anthea Talliopoulos

Nutrition in drug addiction is a space that until now dietitians have shied away from. Lulu Cook is a counsellor, registered dietitian in the USA, APD in Australia, and mindfulness teacher. She also has a lived experience of overcoming addiction. With increasing awareness around drug and alcohol addiction, nutrition is…

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23 Aug
2021

Advanced care planning. Presented by Dr Merran Cooper

Advance care planning - how dietitians can plant the seed Being involved in healthcare can be wonderful when all goes well - working with someone who needs very little medical care  to improve, for example,  or someone who’s really unwell but  makes a full recovery or stabilises. But we can…

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17 Aug
2021

Body satisfaction. Presented by Mel Matheson AEP APD AccSD

Dropping the body image struggle This is a prompt for important reflection and growth as movement professionals. Body image is a concept that’s commonly referred to, we all have one, and yet it’s relevance to our Exercise Physiology practice seems to be elusive.  It has been defined as “…a person's…

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17 Aug
2021

Education in Exercise research snapshot August 2021

Keep up to date with this collection of recent articles with one tap full text access. Reading the entire article may contribute towards your professional development points or simply keep up to date with a quick scan of the abstract.  Predictors of Weight Bias in Exercise Science Students and Fitness Professionals:…

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17 Aug
2021

When social media plays havoc with eating - how dietitians can help

The Four Corners investigation into TikTok aired in July was a grim reminder of the power that social media can have on our health. “I'd like to think that I wouldn't have struggled with an eating disorder if I hadn't downloaded TikTok,” said trainee midwife Lauren Hemmings in an interview for…

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