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News & Reviews

28 Jul
2023

Medications for constipation and diarrhoea by Dr Amanda Cross and Dr Natali Jokanovic

By Anthea Talliopoulos, APD

As health professionals, we are commonly working with individuals who are effected by gastrointestinal symptoms, with constipation and diarrhoea being commonly observed. Navigating the medical cause of altered bowel habits requires a comprehensive assessment, and is best addressed through working alongside a mutlidisciplinary team. Dr Amanda Cross and Dr Natali…

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18 Jul
2023

Shifting negative attitudes toward food and body. Part 2 Dietetic counselling for stages of change

By Anthea Talliopoulos, APD

Shifting negative attitudes toward food and body. Part 2 Dietetic counselling for stages of change by Marina Payne, APD, CEDC The process of guiding individuals through the stages of change can be intricate, requiring a personalised and client-centered approach to effectively address and manage food and body concerns in the…

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12 Jul
2023

Shifting negative attitudes toward food and body. Part 1

By Anthea Talliopoulos, APD

Shifting negative attitudes toward food and body. Part 1 Exploration of the clients’ concerns and psychoeducation by Marina Payne, APD, CEDC Diet culture undeniably impacts all of us, whether in a more or less direct way, we are constantly receiving harmful messages relating to our bodies and our eating habits.…

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05 Jul
2023

Diagnosing SIBO and IMO by Alison Stewart, APD

By Anthea Talliopoulos, APD

Diagnosing Small Instestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) and Intestinal Methane Overgrowth (IMO) requires skill and expertise. Many clinicians, including dietitians, can find the management of these conditions difficult to figure out. Current breath tests are misdiagnosing people with IBS symptoms (such as bloating, gas, constipation and diarrhoea), being incorrectly interpreted as…

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29 Jun
2023

Meaningful Aboriginal community engagement

Aboriginal people driving healthcare improvements Health inequity for First Nations People in Australia remains a serious concern with Indigenous lives, on average, being 8 years shorter than those of non-Indigenous Australians. Closing this gap to health inequity requires acknowledgment of the ongoing wisdom, strength and resilience of Aboriginal and Torres…

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11 Jun
2023

Dietary advice for asthma by Professor Lisa Wood

By Anthea Talliopoulos, APD

Asthma is a widespread respiratory condition, affecting 300 million people worldwide. Notably, the prevalence of asthma continues to increase, being higher in westernised countries, suggesting a potential role of environmental factors, such as diet, in its development. A pro-inflammatory diet, such as one high in ultra-processed foods and low in…

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05 Jun
2023

Pain neuroscience education. Presented by Adrian Ram AEP

Translating pain science into effective education. We are aware of the multifaceted and interrelated factors that contribute to persisting pain. It makes sense then, that our client education should reflect this. Adrian Ram AEP brings our foundational understanding of pain science to life with a framework for key concepts, helpful…

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31 May
2023

Engaging males in healthcare by Michael Whitehead, Men’s Health Clinical Nurse Consultant

By Anthea Talliopoulos, APD

Engaging males in healthcare: Men’s Health Week 2023 by Michael Whitehead, Men’s Health Clinical Nurse Consultant Despite making up 49% of the population in Australia, men have a low participation in primary healthcare services, both from an employment perspective amongst dietitians (where 7% of Australian dietitians identify as male), as…

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13 May
2023

Management of feeding issues in babies born preterm by Colleen Oliver, Neonatal Clinical Specialist

By Anthea Talliopoulos, APD

Navigating feeding issues in babies born preterm can be complicated, with the management and clinical issues varying significantly. Feeding issues can be difficult related to an incoordination of the suck-swallow action, short bursts of sucks followed by long pauses for breathing (which may warrant nasogatric tube top-ups), immature oral reflexes,…

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05 May
2023

Nutrition for depression and anxiety by Sophie Mahoney, APD

By Anthea Talliopoulos, APD

With over 40% (over 2 in 5) of 16-85 years-old individuals in Australia being predicted to experience a mental health disorder in their life, and 1 in 5 of these Australians experiencing a mental health disorder in the past 12 months, it is crucial that we advocate for mental health…

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