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News & Reviews

10 Oct
2019

Low carbohydrate diets for type 2 diabetes. Presented by Tim McMaster, APD, ASD

Like most of us, Tim was initially very sceptical about low carb diets being used in the management of type 2 diabetes. But the evidence is now clear that lower carbohydrate diets are a safe and effective treatment option. Many of our clients are either asking about low carb eating…

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30 Sep
2019

Food allergy - the challenges keep coming.  An interview with Dr Vicki McWilliam

By Paula Goodyer

It was the birthday dinner that went horribly wrong.  In 2017 a British teenager with an allergy to dairy food ordered chicken at a London restaurant, unaware it was marinated in buttermilk - despite telling restaurant staff of his allergy.  He died of a fatal allergic reaction soon after.  It’s…

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23 Sep
2019

Anorexia nervosa: case study 2. Presented by Maureen O’Connor, APD

Ellie is a 43-year-old lady who lives with her husband (who has T1DM) and works in a management position.  She has a history of AN dating from her early 20s and has attended several day programs over the years although never allowed her weight to reach its natural level. Ellie…

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19 Sep
2019

Intestinal Failure. Presented by Dr Sharon Carey, PhD, Adv APD

Sharon defined intestinal failure and explained the classification of Type I, II and III intestinal failure. In her presentation she focused on the nutrition assessment and management of people with Type III intestinal failure. She explained the assessment process of Anthropometry, Biochemistry, Clinical (including fluid balance and medications) and Diet.…

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13 Sep
2019

Nutrition considerations in shift work. Presented by: Gloria Leung, PhD Candidate

Shift work is work that takes place outside the traditional 9 to 5 workday. It can involve evening or night shifts, early morning shifts, and rotating shifts. Many industries rely heavily on shift work, and millions of people work in jobs that require shift schedules. Shift work can take a…

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07 Sep
2019

Nutrition and Burns: Case Study Presented by: Michelle Cork, State Adult Burns Unit WA

A 35-year-old male sustained burns to 50% of his body after accidentally spilling petrol on his clothes and then drinking with friends around a campfire, where an ember ignited his clothing. In this case study, Michelle describes the general goals she explains to her burn patients: Preservation of lean body mass…

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30 Aug
2019

Working with indigenous communities competently. Dr Lisa Te Morenga, Senior Lecturer in Māori Health

Lisa explained how an indigenous notion of health is more broadly defined than just the absence or presence of disease. An indigenous notion of living well includes a balance of land, food, family and community connections, culture and health. Sickness tends to refer to an absence of balance between these…

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20 Aug
2019

Nutrition and Burns Presented by: Michelle Cork, Senior Dietitian, State Adult Burns Unit WA

Michelle’s take-home message is the importance of good communication with both our burn’s patients and the burn’s team. Having 1:1 contact with our burn’s patients regularly means we can modify our treatment plan as frequently as needed. But it can be difficult to get time with a burn’s patient, they…

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19 Aug
2019

More Than Meets The Eye: 2019 DAA Conference

Congratulations go to DAA for speaking out on challenging themes at the “More Than Meets The Eye” conference last week (Aug 12-14, 2019). The themes were Indigenous health, mental health and childhood health. DAA chose to focus on groups who are vulnerable and need the full attention of policy makers…

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14 Aug
2019

Nutritional frailty Presented by: Professor Renuka Visvanathan PhD, FRACP, FANZSGM

Anorexia of ageing affects approximately a quarter of older people and is a major contributor to both a reduction in protein intake and weight loss. Weight loss in older people is often associated with loss of muscle mass and strength which contribute to frailty. Professor Visvanathan described the phenotypic method…

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