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20 Dec
2019

Intermittent Fasting and the Circadian Clock. Presented by A/Prof Courtney Peterson, PhD, MSc, MA

Courtney begins by outlining the physiological mechanisms of intermittent fasting. She describes six popular fasting regimes (alternate-day fasting, alternate-day modified fasting, 5:2 diet, fasting-mimicking diet, weekly intermittent energy restriction and time-restricted feeding) and explains the latest research comparing them with regard to compliance, cardiometabolic benefits and weight loss. Using the…

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16 Dec
2019

Logging Education in Nutrition presentations as part of your CPD is easy

Logging Education in Nutrition presentations as part of your CPD is easy. Included with all our presentations is a document “Log an activity for DAA CPD module: Professional Education”. (Check in your library under files). It is designed to match the DAA requirements for DAA Professional Education CPD.

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13 Dec
2019

Obesity: Medical management strategies. Presented by Professor John Dixon MBBS, PhD, FRACGP, FRCP Ed

Medical management strategies for patients with obesity Meal replacements, Drugs & Bariatric surgery. Professor Dixon begins his presentation with a quote from an article in the Huffington Post Everything You Know About Obesity Is Wrong (September 2018). “For decades, the medical community has ignored mountains of evidence to…

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10 Dec
2019

Weekly jobs wrap up 10 December

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 DAA (requires a log in) and Dietitians NZ also list jobs on their website, many of which…

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09 Dec
2019

How do professional development webinars influence clinical practice? Survey trends 2015-2019

Professional development webinars improve awareness of current clinical practice and boost confidence according to our surveys conducted in 2015, 2017 and 2019. These surveys have helped us learn more about dietitians’ use of professional development webinars and the responses reveal some interesting trends: Professional development webinars have a positive influence…

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09 Dec
2019

A Guide for New Graduate Dietitians: Free Resource

A Guide for New Graduate Dietitians was written in collaboration with DAA. Its aim is to provide information for newly graduated and student dietitians. It includes information on: professional registration finding a mentor business basics a list of professional organisations tips for writing a cv and cover letter and more……

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06 Dec
2019

Type 1 diabetes and exercise: case study. Presented by: Steve Flint, APD, ASD

Tom is a 15yr old who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at 8yrs of age. He participates in athletics at a high level and plays AFL football. In this case, Steve describes his assessment of Tom’s diabetes management (including recent bloods and insulin regime), diet and exercise program. Steve…

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03 Dec
2019

Weekly jobs wrap up 3 December

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 DAA (requires a log in) and Dietitians NZ also list jobs on their website, many of which…

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02 Dec
2019

Meals and meal-timing for shift workers. Presented by Gloria Leung, PhD candidate

Gloria’s presentation is aimed at shift workers who would like to understand the science of making good food choices. She explains when we eat and what we eat does make a difference to our health. Backed by the latest research, she provides plenty of simple tips which take into account…

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29 Nov
2019

Self-control. Presented by Susie Burrell, APD, M.Sc. (Coaching Psych)

Susie explains the difference between self-regulation (a process) and self-control (an action). Self-regulation is considered one of the 24 Character Strengths which are the positive parts of our personality that impact how we think, feel and behave. Some examples of strengths are bravery, creativity, honesty, humour and social intelligence. Generally,…

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