Friday September 29

We are proud to present you the programme of the EFAD Conference 2017

Programme

TimeActivityLocation
08.00 – 09.00 hrsWelcome & RegistrationShipping Hall
Plenary – Opening
Dietitians and the politics of food and nutrition in Europe
The European Dietetic Action Plan (EuDAP)
09.00 – 09.10 hrsWelcome and opening
Anne de Looy, Honorary President of EFAD
Rotterdam Hall
09.10 – 09.35 hrsA new policy approach
Lidwien Verweij, Senior policy officer at Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport
Rotterdam Hall
09.35 – 10.00 hrsAre we ready for the future?
Erin Boyd Kappelhof, Managing Partner at Eat Well Global
Abstract
Rotterdam Hall
10.00 – 10.20 hrsEuropean Dietetic Action Plan; Dietitians make the difference in an active and healthy life
Annemieke van Ginkel-Res, Vice-President EFAD
Rotterdam Hall
10.20 – 10.25 hrsSummary
Anne de Looy, Honorary President of EFAD
Rotterdam Hall
10.25 – 10.30 hrsEnjoying all this conference has to offer
Judith Liddell, Secretary General EFAD
Rotterdam Hall
10.30 – 11.00 hrsCoffee breakShipping Hall
11.00 – 12.30 hrs Parallel Sessions – Part 1
1a. Sustainable healthcare; what does the future hold?
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Rotterdam Hall
1b. Primary Care: a multiprofessional environment
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Mees Auditorium
1c. Working together across health professions to combat malnutrition
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Room Penn
1d. Technology within the nutrition and dietetics program- opportunities and challenges
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Room Van Leeuwen
12.30 – 14.00 hrsLunch & Networking opportunityShipping Hall
14.00 – 15.15 hrsPlenary – Healthy Hydration for better health: from science to practice Rotterdam Hall
Dietitians’ knowledge and attitudes on hydration:
learnings from the EuHHAC campaign
Pauline Douglas, University of Ulster (UK)
Abstract
Rotterdam Hall
From (de)hydration science towards biomarkers for hydration for health
Erica Perrier, Danone Research (FR)
Abstract
Rotterdam Hall
Importance of hydration for obesity prevention
Dr. Maria Luger, University of Vienna & SIPCAN (AT)
Abstract
Rotterdam Hall
Creating a hydrogenic environment
Dr. Joan Gandy, British Dietetics Association (UK)
Abstract
Rotterdam Hall
15.15 – 16.00 hrsCoffee break  |  Meet the Experts  |  New Research Presentations
Coffee breakShipping Hall
Meet the Experts
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Rotterdam Hall
New Research Presentations – Session A
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Room Penn
New Research Presentations – Session B
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Room Van Leeuwen
16.00 – 17.30 hrs Parallel Sessions – Part 2
2a. The relevance of nutrition for exercise – how does that fit in your daily practice?
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Mees Auditorium
2b. Personalised nutrition and nutrigenomics
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Rotterdam Hall
2c. Optimising nutrition for those living with and beyond cancer
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Room Penn
2d. Food-away-from-home impact on health
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Room Van Leeuwen
17.30 hrsEnd of Conference Day 1Shipping Hall
19.00 hrs – 22.30 hrsConference dinner at De Wereld van Smaak (The World of Taste)
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Markthal Rotterdam

Subsession 1

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

11.00 – 11.30 hrsCaring together for sustainable health
Frank de Man – ENHA, Brussels (BE)
Abstract
11.30 – 12.00 hrsThe Mediterranean diet; food for the sustainable future
Meropi Kontogianni – Harokopio University, Athens (GR)
Abstract
12.00 – 12.30 hrsA healthful conversation about modern agriculture and the role of the dietitian
Milton Stokes – Monsanto (USA)
Abstract

 

 Chair: Anne de Looy   11.00 – 12.30 hrs  |    Room: Rotterdam Hall 

1b. Primary Care: a multiprofessional environment

11.00 – 11.05 hrsWelcome and introduction
Lorna Hall – Chair EFAD  Primary Care Group
11.05 – 11.35 hrsPrimary Care in European Health with a focus on multi disciplinary
teams in primary care

Antoni Peris Grao – CASAP Cosorci Castelldefels Agents Salut, Castelldefels (ES)
Abstract
11.35 – 11.45 hrsPatient Experience of receiving dietary advice from Dietitians in a
primary care setting
Patient – Netherlands Patient Organisation (NL)
11.45 – 12.05 hrsUpdate on dietary treatment of Coeliac Disease in Europe
Susanna Neuhold – Association of European Coeliac Societies (IT)
Abstract
12.05 – 12.25 hrsUK Prescribing Legislation for Allied Health Professionals
Jan Beattie – Lead Allied Health Professional for Primary Care, Scottish Government
Abstract
12.25 – 12.30 hrsSummary and thanks
Lorna Hall – Chair EFAD  Primary Care Group

 

A session led by the European Specialist Dietetic Network for Primary Care

Chair: Lorna Hall    11.00 – 12.30 hrs  |    Room: Mees Auditorium

1c. Working together across health professions to combat malnutrition

11.00 – 11.05 hrsWelcome & introduction
Harriët Jager – Hanzehogeschool Groningen (NL)
11.05 – 11.18 hrsAn introduction to the PROMISS project
Marjolein Visser – VU Medical Centre, Amsterdam (NL)
Abstract
11.18 – 11.31 hrsDevelopment and validation of a short food questionnaire to assess
low protein intake in community-dwelling older adults

Hanneke Wijnhoven – Free University, Amsterdam (NL)
Abstract
11.31 – 11.44 hrsPoor diet quality and long-term risk of incident protein-energy malnutrition
in community-dwelling older adults

Linda Hengeveld – Free University, Amsterdam (NL)
Abstract
11.44 – 11.58 hrsProtein intake pattern over the day and the risk of low total protein
intake in Dutch older adults

Jolanda de Boer – National Institute for Public Health and the Environment
Bilthoven (NL)
Abstract
11.58 – 12.11 hrsMalnutrition & vitamine D deficiency in hip fracture patients
Amalia Tsagkari
Abstract
12.11 – 12.24 hrsTime trends in food pattern in 70 year old swedes. What has happened?
Elisabet Rothenberg – Kristianstad University (SE)
Abstract
12.24 – 12.30 hrsSummary & take home messages
Harriët Jager – Hanzehogeschool Groningen (NL)

 

Chair: Harriët Jager  11.00 – 12.30 hrs  |    Room: Penn

1d. Technology within the nutrition and dietetics program- opportunities and challenges

11.00 – 11.05 hrsWelcome & Introduction
Fiona McCullough & Ane Kruse
11.05 – 11.35 hrsThinking and experiencing technology in food and care
and 
Technology in dietetics practice
Dorien Voskuil – The Hague University of Applied Sciences, The Hague (NL)
Abstract
11.35 – 12.05 hrsIMPECD (improvement of education and competences in dietetics )
MOOC for pre-registration dietetic students

Alexandra Kolm
Abstract
12.05 – 12.30 hrsDiscussion
Fiona McCullough & Ane Kruse

 

A session led by the Education and Lifelong Learning & the Higher Education Specialist Network

Chair: Fiona McCullough & Ane Kruse    11.00 – 12.30 hrs  |    Room: Van Leeuwen 

Meet the Experts

TableExpert & Topic
1Marjolein Visser – Free University Amsterdam (NL)
MooDFOODS – Can we prevent or treat depression through food?
2Harriët Jager-Wittenaar – Hanze University of Applied Sciences Groningen (NL)
Older Adults – Working together across health professions to combat malnutrition
3Fiona McCullough – University of Nottingham (UK)
Education and LLL – Strategies to help ensure lifelong learning is an effective tool to shape your dietetic career
4Clare Shaw – The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust (UK)
Oncology – The Dietitian’s role for those living with and beyond cancer
5Aimilia Papakonstantinou – Agricultural University of Athens (GR)
Diabetes – Hot topics in the dietary management of diabetes: where do dietitians stand?
6Annemieke van Ginkel-Res – Honorary Vice President EFAD (NL)
European Dietitians Action Plan – Promoting Dietitians in your country – how EuDAP can help!
7Milton Stokes – Monsanto (USA)
Communication – Dietitians Digging into Communication
8Grigoris Risvas, Member of the Executive Committee EFAD (GR)
Nikos Papaspanos – Board Member of the Hellenic Dietetics Association (GR)
Dietetic Network for Sport and Exercise – Nutrition & Physical Activity: A perfect combination to achieve the goal
9Ellen Govers – Dietitian at Amstelring, Amsterdam (NL)
Obesity – How can dietitians make low carb/high protein diets sustainable?
10Erica Perrier – Danone Research (FR)
Hydration – Healthy Hydration for better health: from science to practice

 

 15.15 – 15.45 hrs  |    Room: Rotterdam Hall

New Research Presentations

Session A

TimeTitle & Presenter
15.25 – 15.35 hrsPaper-prototype of a personalizable healthy plate for dietetic consultations
Daniela Bergthaler & Sabine Amina Fityani
15.35 – 15.45 hrsErasmus+ Nutrition for elderly: cross-sectoral approach for training and coaching
Ellen Schutyser
15.45 – 15.55 hrsEnsuring food safety in case of emergency – Portugal experience related to forest fire’s
Marta Vasconcelos

Evaluator: Elke Naumann

 Chair: Stefan Storcksdieck  15.25 – 15.55 hrs  |    Room: Penn

Session B

TimeTitle & Presenter
15.25 – 15.35 hrsAdapting evidence-based practice dietary guidelines
Erika Vanhauwaert
15.35 – 15.45 hrsThe determinants of incident malnutrition in older Irish adults: results from The Irish Longitudinal
Study on Ageing-a MaNuEL study
Clare Corish
15.45 – 15.55 hrsKnowledge of Food Hygiene Among Students Studying Gastronomy and Culinary Arts
Eliz Arter

Evaluator: Maria Hassapidou

 Chair: Sofie Joossens  15.25 – 15.55 hrs  |    Room: Van Leeuwen

 

Subsession 2

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

16.00 – 16.05 hrsWelcome & Introduction
Peter Weijs – University of Applied Sciences, Amsterdam (NL)
16.05 – 16.50 hrsNutrition and exercise performance: then and now
Luc van Loon – Maastricht University, Maastricht (NL)
16.50 – 17.20 hrsNutrition for exercise: relevance for dietetic practice
Emma Stevenson – Newcastle University, Newcastle (UK)
17.20 – 17.30 hrsLaunch EFAD Sport & Nutrition expert network
EFAD is launching a new European Specialist Dietetic Network for Physical Activity.
This ESDN will address both exercise as an important lifestyle choice and sport
as an activity where nutrition can influence achievement. This network will support all dietitians in adding physical activity counselling to their competences.

 

A session supported by FrieslandCampina Institute

 Chair: Peter Weijs  16.00 – 17.30 hrs |    Room: Mees Auditorium 

2b. Personalised nutrition and nutrigenomics

16.00 – 16.05 hrsIntroduction
Stefan Storcksdieck genannt Bonsmann, European Commission
Joint Research Centre (IT)
16.05 – 16.30 hrsPersonalised nutrition and health: can genetics help?
John Mathers, Newcastle University (UK)
16.30 – 16.55 hrsThe impact of dietary agents and their microbial metabolites on the epigenome
Clarissa Gerhäuser, German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg (DE)
16.55 – 17.20 hrsEthical considerations on personalised nutrition
Ulf Görman, Lund University & Jönköping University (SE)
17.20 – 17.30 hrsDiscussion
Stefan Storcksdieck genannt Bonsmann, European Commission
Joint Research Centre (IT)

 

Chair: Stefan Storcksdieck 16.00 – 17.30 hrs |    Room: Rotterdam Hall

 

2c. Optimising nutrition for those living with and beyond cancer

16.00 – 16.15 hrsThe ESDN Oncology – an update and looking to the future
Clare Shaw – Lead for ESDN Oncology (UK)
16.15 – 16.40 hrsNutritional status and health perceptions of head and neck cancer patients
undergoing chemoradiation
Carolina Bento – Specialist Oncology Dietitian
16.40 – 17.05 hrsESPEN guidelines on nutrition in cancer patients – How do Dietitians implement
in practice?

Tugce Aytulu – Specialist Oncology Dietitian, American Hospital, Istanbul (TR)
17.05 – 17.25 hrsFacilitated Discussion
Jacqueline Commandeur (NL)
17.25 – 17.30 hrsIdeas for future meetings
Clare Shaw – Lead for ESDN Oncology (UK)

 

A session led by the European Specialist Dietetic Network for Oncology

Chair: Clare Shaw 16.00 – 17.30 hrs |    Room: Penn

2d. Food-away-from-home impact on health

16.00 – 16.05 hrsWelcome and introduction
Malin Skinnars Josefsson & Christine Person Osowski
Uppsala University, Uppsala (SE)
16.05 – 16.25 hrsChildren’s school lunch intake and habits associated with school lunch
Christine Persson Osowski – Uppsala University, Uppsala (SE)
16.25 – 16.45 hrsThe Austrian nutrition survey 2016 – Results from Upper Austria
including eating out
Sonja Grünzweil – University of Applied Sciences for Health Professions, Upper (AT)
16.45 – 17.05 hrsStructure and process quality indicators of nutritional care practice
in elderly care

Malin Skinnars Josefsson – Uppsala University, Uppsala (SE)
17.05 – 17.25 hrsSpecialized nutritional care for people with mental and multiple disabilities
Diane Buekers – Ter Heide, Disability Care Institution (BE)
17.25 – 17.30 hrsSummary
Malin Skinnars Josefsson & Christine Person Osowski
Uppsala University, Uppsala (SE)

 

A session led by the European Specialist Dietetic Network for Food Service

Chair: Christine Persson Osowski & Malin Skinnars Josefsson

16.00 – 17.30 hrs  |    Room: Van Leeuwen