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18 Feb
2024

Renal nutrition part 1 the basics presented by Associate Professor Kelly Lambert, PhD, AdvAPD

If you aren’t working solely in renal nutrition, being referred a client with kidney disease can feel challenging. In Part 1 of Kelly’s 2-part series she helps break down the nutritional management and restore our confidence in our medical nutrition therapy prescription for people with chronic kidney disease. Kelly explains:…

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12 Feb
2024

The low histamine diet in practice by Adriana Duelo, Registered Dietitian (Spain), PhD candidate

Dietitians have an important role in managing a client with suspected histamine intolerance. When working with individuals who present with a combination of respiratory, neurological and gut symptoms then consider histamine intolerance. The evidence base is growing in this area and trialing a low histamine diet along with DAO enzyme…

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05 Feb
2024

Exercise red flags for eating disorders. Presented by Dr Warren Ward

Non-weight related markers of clinical stability and exercise exclusion  Understanding the contraindications to exercise is one first step in decision-making when a client you are working with discloses, is suspected of, or is undergoing assessment for, an eating disorder. Dr Warren Ward shares red flags for exercise participation and offers…

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03 Feb
2024

Atypical anorexia nervosa in adolescents. Presented by Dr Melissa Whitelaw PhD, APD, CEDC

A not-so atypical condition with significant risks Atypical Anorexia Nervosa can be perceived as less common, less obvious and less severe than Anorexia Nervosa. In her PhD, Dr Melissa Whitelaw APD, PhD, CEDC found that in adolescents the degree and rate of weight loss were predictive of clinical course, not…

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23 Jan
2024

Exercise for motor neuron disease. Presented by Dr Alessandra Ferri

Prioritising safety over exercise efficacy for people living with MND Motor Neuron Disease is one of the last diseases where the beneficial effects of exercise are still being established. Dr Alessandra Ferri offers us a pathway that is highly considerate of the pathophysiology and clinical symptoms, prioritising participant safety above…

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21 Jan
2024

Lipoprotein(a)

Get ready for a journey into the depths of biochemistry, measurement and clinical significance of Lipoprotein(a). In this presentation Ken Sikaris provides the most recent evidence around this not well understood lipid. He explains the random nature and risks associated with elevated Lipoprotein(a) as well as suggesting which populations would…

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30 Dec
2023

Enhancing dietetic employability presented by Merran Blair, APD, PhD candidate

Dietitians looking for work or to change career can increase their employment potential by reflecting on the five employability capitals. Merran, who recently completed her doctoral thesis on employment and employability for graduate dietitians in Australia and New Zealand, explains each of the capitals in detail so we have understanding…

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30 Dec
2023

Understanding the African diet Presented by Fathima Abdoola, Cultural Dietitian, Nutritionist

African migrants living in Australia experience barriers to health care. In dietetics, cultural health beliefs and a lack of tailored resources contribute to this, alongside a distinct lack of diversity in the dietitian workforce. Cultural Dietitian Fathima Abdoola shows us an African diet through common foods, typical daily intake and…

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05 Dec
2023

The Satter Division of Responsibility in Feeding Presented by Eve Reed APD

Growing eating competent children with sDOR Competent eaters feel good about eating, are comfortable with unfamiliar food, are connected with their appetite and enjoy family meals. Paediatric Dietitian Eve Reed shows us how The Satter Division of Responsibility in Feeding (sDOR) is the roadmap for developing eating competence in children.…

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26 Nov
2023

Prada Willi Syndrome by Dr Terri-Lynne South, BSc, MBBS (Hons), FRACGP, Grad Dip Nut & Diet

Terri’s presentation is based on the care she has provided to a young woman with Prada Willi Syndrome whom she has known for over ten years. Terri delves into the complexities of managing a client with Prada Willi Syndrome, relating management strategies to the physiology of the condition. The detail…

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