Friday September 29

You can find an overview of the presentations below. Please note that downloading the slides can take some time.

Plenary opening  |  09.00 – 10.30 hrs

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A new policy approach
Lidwien Verweij, Senior policy officer at Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport
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Are we ready for the future?
Erin Boyd Kappelhof, Managing Partner at Eat Well Global
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European Dietetic Action Plan; Dietitians make the difference in an active and healthy life
Annemieke van Ginkel-Res, Vice-President EFAD
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Plenary afternoon  |  14.00 – 15.15 hrs

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Dietitians’ knowledge and attitudes on hydration: learnings from the EuHHAC campaign
Pauline Douglas, University of Ulster (UK)
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From (de)hydration science towards biomarkers for hydration for health
Erica Perrier, Danone Research (FR)
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Importance of hydration for obesity prevention
Dr. Maria Luger, University of Vienna & SIPCAN (AT)
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Creating a hydrogenic environment
Dr. Joan Gandy, British Dietetics Association (UK)
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Parallel Sessions  |  11.00 – 12.30 hrs

1a. Sustainable healthcare; what does the future hold?

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Caring together for sustainable health
Frank de Man – ENHA, Brussels (BE)
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The Mediterranean diet; food for the sustainable future
Meropi Kontogianni – Harokopio University, Athens (GR)
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A healthful conversation about modern agriculture and the role of the dietitian
Milton Stokes – Monsanto (USA)
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1b. Primary Care: a multiprofessional environment

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Primary Care in European Health with a focus on multi disciplinary teams in
primary care
Antoni Peris Grao – CASAP Cosorci Castelldefels Agents Salut, Castelldefels (ES)
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Update on dietary treatment of Coeliac Disease in Europe
Susanna Neuhold – Association of European Coeliac Societies (IT)
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UK Prescribing Legislation for Allied Health Professionals
Jan Beattie – Lead Allied Health Professional for Primary Care, Scottish Government
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1c. Working together across health professions to combat malnutrition

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An introduction to the PROMISS project
Marjolein Visser – VU Medical Centre, Amsterdam (NL)
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Development and validation of a short food questionnaire to assess
low protein intake in community-dwelling older adults
Hanneke Wijnhoven – Free University, Amsterdam (NL)
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Poor diet quality and long-term risk of incident protein-energy malnutrition
in community-dwelling older adults
Linda Hengeveld – Free University, Amsterdam (NL)
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Protein intake pattern over the day and the risk of low total protein
intake in Dutch older adults
Jolanda Boer – National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (NL)
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Malnutrition & vitamine D deficiency in hip fracture patients
Amalia Tsagari
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Time trends in food pattern in 70 year old swedes. What has happened?
Elisabet Rothenberg – Kristianstad University (SE)
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1d. Technology within the nutrition and dietetics program- opportunities and challenges

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Thinking and experiencing technology in food and care
and Technology in dietetics practice
Dorien Voskuil – The Hague University of Applied Sciences, The Hague (NL)
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IMPECD (improvement of education and competences in dietetics )
MOOC for pre-registration dietetic students
Alexandra Kolm
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Parallel Sessions  |  16.00 – 17.30 hrs

2a. The relevance of nutrition for exercise – How does that fit in daily practice?

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Nutrition for exercise: relevance for dietetic practice
Emma Stevenson – Newcastle University, Newcastle (UK)
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2b. Personalised nutrition and nutrigenomics

 

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Personalised nutrition and health: can genetics help?
John Mathers, Newcastle University (UK)
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The impact of dietary agents and their microbial metabolites on the epigenome
Clarissa Gerhäuser, German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg (DE)
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Ethical considerations on personalised nutrition
Ulf Görman, Lund University & Jönköping University (SE)
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2c. Optimising nutrition for those living with and beyond cancer

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The ESDN Oncology – an update and looking to the future
Clare Shaw – Lead for ESDN Oncology (UK)
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Nutritional status and health perceptions of head and neck cancer patients
undergoing chemoradiation
Carolina Bento – Specialist Oncology Dietitian
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ESPEN guidelines on nutrition in cancer patients – How do Dietitians implement
in practice?
Tugce Aytulu – Specialist Oncology Dietitian, American Hospital, Istanbul (TR)
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2d. Food-away-from-home impact on health

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Children’s school lunch intake and habits associated with school lunch
Christine Persson Osowski – Uppsala University, Uppsala (SE)
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The Austrian nutrition survey 2016 – Results from Upper Austria
including eating out
Sonja Grünzweil – University of Applied Sciences for Health Professions, Upper (AT)
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Structure and process quality indicators of nutritional care practice
in elderly care
Malin Skinnars Josefsson – Uppsala University, Uppsala (SE)
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Specialized nutritional care for people with mental and multiple disabilities
Diane Buekers – Ter Heide, Disability Care Institution (BE)
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