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02 Aug
2021

FREE Acknowledging the social determinants of health. Dr Rebecca Lindberg and Katrina Doljanin

Circumstances that are beyond our individual control have a huge impact on our health. These factors have been described as the social determinants of health (listed below): Income & social protection Education The social gradient Stress Early life Social exclusion Work Unemployment Social support Addiction Food Transport It is a…

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28 Jul
2021

Weekly jobs wrap up 29 July 2021

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 Dietitians Australia (Classifieds > Jobs requires a log in) and Dietitians NZ also list jobs on their…

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25 Jul
2021

Polypharmacy for dietitians. Dr Natali Jokanovic & Dr Amanda Cross

By Chloe Risaglu, APD

The most common definition of polypharmacy is the ‘regular use of five or more medications.’ In Australia, polypharmacy occurs in 36% of people aged over 70 (a similar figure to New Zealand), a number that increases in hospital inpatients (75%), and aged care residents (82%). Some of the most common…

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21 Jul
2021

Weekly jobs wrap up 21 July 2021

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 Dietitians Australia (Classifieds > Jobs requires a log in) and Dietitians NZ also list jobs on their…

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19 Jul
2021

Home exercise prescription. Presented by Daniel Arbilla AEP

Breaking traditional exercise rules to play with enjoyable movement variability.  Offered in equal measure, Daniel’s brings a strong musculoskeletal practice along with his person-centred approach, delivering a presentation that encourages us to elevate and enjoy prescribing home movement programs. To commence, we are positioned to remember we can ask our…

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18 Jul
2021

Dietitians: a critical missing ingredient

By Paula Goodyer

Getting professional help to improve your eating isn’t easy in New Zealand’s health system. “The threshold for seeing a publicly-funded dietitian is really high. Someone in their 30s with a high HbA1c and high blood pressure wouldn’t be eligible, for example,” says Kath Eastwood, general manager of Dietitians NZ. “We…

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16 Jul
2021

Education in Exercise research snapshot July 2021

Keep up to date with this collection of recent articles with one tap full text access. Reading the entire article may contribute towards your professional development points or simply keep up to date with a quick scan of the abstract.  Low bone mineral density following gastric bypass is not explained by…

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14 Jul
2021

Weekly jobs wrap up 14 July 2021

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 Dietitians Australia (Classifieds > Jobs requires a log in) and Dietitians NZ also list jobs on their…

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13 Jul
2021

A guide for new graduate dietitians: free resource

Beginning a career in dietetics? Check out our guide, written in collaboration with Dietitians Australia, helps answer your questions about beginning a career as a dietitian.   It includes: registering as an APD finding a mentor business basics (including Medicare, insurance, ABN) a list of professional organisations and groups how…

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12 Jul
2021

Gout. Presented by Dr Tanya Major, PhD, Department of Biochemistry, University of Otago, NZ

Gout is the second most common form of arthritis (after osteoarthritis) in Australia and New Zealand. It affects approximately 185,000 people in New Zealand, and 1.1 million in Australia. It is extremely painful and debilitating and we often have clients asking for dietary advice to prevent flares. Gout is caused…

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