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News & Reviews

20 Sep
2020

Muscle loss and malnutrition in people with cancer - why prompt screening is essential

By Paula Goodyer

Muscle does more than keep us moving. For people with cancer, good muscle mass - along with good nutrition - is linked to better rates of survival. That’s why screening for both sarcopenia (low muscle mass) and malnutrition should be standard practice once cancer is diagnosed. It’s a message all…

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18 Sep
2020

Dietitians Make a Difference

It was Dietitians Day last week but here at EIN, we celebrate dietitians and nutrition researchers all year round by showcasing APDs who are outstanding in their field. Read our interviews with dietitians who make a difference.  Dr Sharon Carey, APD chief dietitian at Sydney’s Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. No…

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17 Sep
2020

Nutrition and Intestinal Permeability. Presented by Dr Cuong Tran, Senior Research Scientist CSIRO

The importance of the gut was understood nearly 2500 years ago by Hippocrates who is thought to have said “All disease begins in the gut”. For hundreds of years the significance of the gastrointestinal tract was overlooked. It was considered a passive food tube which simply channelled nutrients and waste…

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15 Sep
2020

Weekly jobs wrap up 16 September 2020

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 Sep
2020

Conservative management of advanced kidney disease. Presented by Jessica Dawson, APD

As health professionals we typically aim to cure people. But what happens when cure is not an option? We can’t always cure, but we can always care. When someone with advanced kidney disease has opted not to have dialysis our emphasis needs shifting to a caring and supportive role. This…

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08 Sep
2020

Weekly jobs wrap up 9 September 2020

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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07 Sep
2020

We need to talk about how dietitians engage with cuisines of other cultures

By Seraphina Seow, APD

As dietitians, we understand the importance of tailoring our nutrition message to a client’s cultural background. Being able to maintain our cultural food practices is crucial to achieving wellness, especially if, in the case of migrants, it may be the last remaining tie for someone to their cultural heritage. However,…

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04 Sep
2020

Nutrition in the post-ICU period. Presented by Dr Emma Ridley, PhD, APD

Survival rates of ICU patients keep improving due to advances in critical care medicine. However, there are significant physical, cognitive and psychological consequences of being critically ill. In this presentation Dr Emma Ridley addresses what happens to people after they are discharged from the intensive care unit, particularly with regard…

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04 Sep
2020

Nutrition in the post-ICU period. Presented by Dr Emma Ridley, PhD, APD

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01 Sep
2020

Jobs wrap up 2 September 2020

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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