Program at a Glance

Wednesday 17 May 2017

0900 – 1700 Satellite Workshop ‘Sustainable, accessible and affordable food systems – a dietitians’ reality or pipedream?’ 
1000 – 1700 (OPTIONAL) Potential Pre-Conference activities e.g. Day Trips to MONA, Port Arthur, Mt Wellington, Cascade Brewery, etc.               
1500 – 1800 Registration Desk Open
 Conference Opening 
1830 – 2000 Tasting Tasmania with Matthew Evans, Gourmet Farmer

Thursday 18 May 2017  – Conference Day 1

0730 – 0845 Proposed Sponsored Breakfast Seminars                
 Plenary Session 1 – Nutrition Economics – Population Health Outcomes
0900 – 0905 Welcome to Country
0905 – 0915 Conference Opening – with DAA President and invited official
0915 – 1000 Professor Do Thi Ngoc Diep (Vietnam), Director of HCM City Nutrition Centre
1000 – 1030 Professor Amanda Lee 
1030 – 1100 Professor Alan Shiell
1100 – 1130 Morning Tea and Poster Gallery Viewing in Exhibition Hall
 Concurrent Session 1
1130 – 1315 Oral Presentations
1315 – 1430 Lunch, Trade Exhibitions and Poster Gallery Viewing in Exhibition Hall
Workshops and Seminars 1
1430 – 1700 Workshops/Seminars (Includes afternoon tea break between 1530 and 1600)
TW1 – Innovative Approaches to Teaching Practices in Dietetic Training: Engaging Contemporary Learners
TW2 – Communication and Advocacy to Further a Nutrition Agenda
TW3 – Getting Dietitians Ahead of the Curve: The Art and Science of Managing Type 1 Diabetes
TS4 – Are our Measures of the Australian Food Environment Helping to Inform Policy and Practice Interventions?
TW5 – Research Translation: How to Engage With Industry and Pathways to Commercialisation
TS6 – PEN the Global Resource for Nutrition Practice – Introductory Seminar
TS7 – ‘A Taste of Mindfulness and Motivational Interviewing – Supercharge your Practice and Life’
TS8 – Introduction to the DAA Menu Review Audit Tool for Aged Care Homes
TS9 – Utilising Technology to Enhance Patient Engagement and Support Dietetic Practice
TS10 – Brilliant Hacks – Third Time Lucky
1700 – 1800 National Interest Group Meetings
Welcome Cocktail Party
1800 – 1930 Held within Trade Exhibition Hall, Federation Ballroom

 

Friday 19 May 2017 – Conference Day 2

Breakfast, AGM and Lecture in Honour & Awards
0700 – 0845 AGM to commence at 0745 sharp
0845 – 0945 Early Career Research Showcase
0945 – 1030 Lecture in Honour of Shirley Murray presented by Julie Williams, AdvAPD
1030 – 1100 Awards
1100-1130 Morning Tea, Trade Exhibition and Poster Gallery Viewing in Exhibition Hall
 Concurrent Session 2
1130 – 1230 Oral Presentations
1230 – 1345 Lunch, Trade Exhibitions and Poster Gallery Viewing in Exhibition Hall
Workshops and Seminars 2 and Concurrent Session 3
1345 – 1545

FS1 – Evidence-Based Practice: Introduction to the Grade System of Evaluating Evidence
FW2 – Doing Dietetics Better – Harnessing Behaviour Change Techniques for Enhanced Nutrition Outcomes
FW3 – The Disembodied and Disengaged: Are Dietitians Becoming Distanced from the Population?
FW4 – NDIS Workshop: Supporting Dietitians Working with People with a Disability
FW5 – The Eating Disorder Healthy Eating Guide – A Nutrition Intervention Tool for Dietitians to use with Eating Disorder Patients
FW6 – Is Sustainability of our Dietary Guidelines a Core Promise?

1345 – 1545 Oral Presentations
1545 – 1615 Afternoon Tea, Trade Exhibition and Poster Gallery Viewing in Exhibition Hall
Plenary Session 2 – Controversy
1615 – 1715 Nutrition communications and marketing: how can we be more effective?
1715 – 1815 National Interest Group Meetings
Conference Dinner
1900 – 2300

The Founders Room, Salamanca Arts Centre
Theme: T for Tasmania (click here for details)

Saturday 20 May 2017 – Conference Day 3

0715 – 0830 Proposed Sponsored Breakfast Seminars
Plenary Session 3 – Future Nutrition in Clinical Practice
0845 – 0915 Dr Jane Muir
0915 – 0945 Professor Manny Noakes
Conference Close
0945 – 1000 Presentation of National Conference Research Presentation Awards
1000 – 1015 Conference Close
1015 – 1045 Morning Tea, Trade Exhibition and Poster Gallery Viewing in Exhibition Hall
Workshops and Seminars 3
1045 – 1245 SW1 – Thriving in Rural and Remote Practice
SW2 – International Dysphagia Diet Standardisation Initiative
SW3 – Spread the Word: Designing your Media Experience
SW4 – Motivational Interviewing – Be Engaged, Encouraged and Empowered
SS5 – Nutrition Considerations when Working with Sporting Teams and Athletes
SS6 – Young Adults: The Generation Dietitians Forgot
SS7 – Peanuts for Babies?? Food Allergy Prevention and Management
SS8 – Rethinking Nutrition in Ageing – Innovations in Aged Care
SS9 – How to Better your Mood with Healthy Food
SW10 – Advanced APD – Getting it Right
1245 onwards Explore local lunch to suit your personal taste at Salamanca Market

 

*Please note program is subject to change.