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News & Reviews

15 Nov
2023

Nutrition for people living with Cerebral Palsy Part 1 by Shannyn Thatcher, APD

By Anthea Talliopoulos, APD

Cerebral Palsy is neurological condition that impairs a person’s movement and muscle coordination, resulting in permanent difficulties in motor control, coordination, and balance. The symptoms of Cerebral Palsy include muscle weakness, muscle spasticity (stiffness), impaired muscle coordination, involuntary muscle movements, high or low muscle tone, a lack of muscle reflex,…

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08 Nov
2023

Histamine and histamine intolerance by Dr Oriol Comas-Basté, PhD

By Anthea Talliopoulos, APD

Histamine is a biogenic amine, which is naturally high in foods such as fermented sausages, ripened cheeses, alcoholic beverages for instance beer and wine, cheese, tinned fish and also particular vegetables including tomatoes and eggplants. Histamine is naturally degraded in the gastrointestinal tract by the diamine oxidase (DAO) enzyme. However,…

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30 Oct
2023

Tips for CPD learning goals

Sometimes we need some inspiration to help us create our learning goals for the year. We’re sharing some of the learning goals used by colleagues for their Dietitians Australia CPD*. They may help you reflect on your own practice, give you an idea, or clarify your own goals. Education in…

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30 Oct
2023

Get the most out of completing your 2023 CPD hours

If you need help with your continuing professional development we are here. Education in Nutrition thinks professional development can be easy and meaningful. In our library of hundreds of hours of professional development we focus on: Relevance Because your learning needs to reflect the priorities of your clients, we are…

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29 Oct
2023

Exercise for PAD. Presented by A/Prof Belinda Parmenter AEP

Key prescription considerations for peripheral artery disease What if your client with PAD simply can’t manage with a walking to tolerable pain program? The good news is, evidence supports using multiple modes of exercise as intervention for Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD). A/Prof Belinda Parmenter AEP presents a body of evidence…

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24 Oct
2023

Trauma-informed care in nutrition. Presented by Jacinta Sherlock APD

Trauma-informed care in nutrition Offering safety for all clients This is a big topic, yes and it’s one that is relevant to ALL clinicians who work with people. Jacinta Sherlock APD introduces trauma-informed care in nutrition with a clear rationale for its relevance and tangible applications to practice. So, a…

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12 Oct
2023

Autism and ADHD in children by Miriam Raleigh, APD, Paediatric Dietitian

By Anthea Talliopoulos, APD

Autism and ADHD are two distinct neurological disorders which can create unique nutritional challenges. While these conditions can coexist, it is important as dietitians that we understand the different conditions and some of the challenges that children with these conditions face. Food behaviours which children with autism can present with…

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05 Oct
2023

Nutritional management of long-stay, complex gastro-surgical patients by Emma Osland, AdvAPD.

By Anthea Talliopoulos, APD

Intestinal failure occurs when there is a reduction in gut function through physiological or anatomical changes which can result in inadequate nutritional, hydration and electrolyte absorption, requiring intravenous support to maintain health and function. It is complex and can be acquired (such as from trauma), congenital, systemic, benign or malignant…

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03 Oct
2023

AEPs working in hospitals. Presented by Grant Turner AEP and Luke Snabaitis AEP

Want to know more about the public health workforce? Accredited Exercise Physiologists bring an impressive skillset and clinical value to healthcare settings.  Perhaps you’re interested in learning about how the AEP role fits into the hospital and public health setting. This professional development takes a conversational approach, bringing a lens…

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01 Oct
2023

SOS Approach to Feeding Presented by Dr Kay Toomey, PhD

A transdisciplinary program for assessing and treating children with feeding difficulties Eating is a complex, learned skill and some children require support in developing and integrating the feeding steps. Dr Kay Toomey developed the SOS Approach to Feeding to identify and support those children who need intervention. SOS stands for…

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