Saturday September 30

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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Nutrition economics for dietitians; What do we know?
Karen Freijer – CAPHRI, Maastricht University, Chair ISPOR Nutrition Economics SIG
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Impact on dietetic workforce;
How to use data to show the added value of a dietician in clinical practice
Hinke Kruizenga – Dutch Dietetic Association, VU University medical center
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The roadmap for Norwegian clinical dietitians. How to get management aligned.
Sissi Stove Lorentzen – Oslo University Hospital
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Plenary closing  |  16.00 – 17.30 hrs

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Global nutrition with an emphasis on the first 1000 days initiative
Sandra Capra – University of Queensland, Brisbane (AU)
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How dietitians around the globe and in Europe are responding to the challenges ahead
Alison Steiber – Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Chicago, (US)
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Parallel Session  |  11.15 – 12.45 hrs

3a. Diabetes a European Pandemic to be managed

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Dietary intake assessment of low calorie sweeteners in European populations
Severine Goscinny – Scientific Institute of Public Health, Brussels (BE)
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Insulin resistance: what it is, how to avoid it and how to treat it
Fabrice Bonnet- University of Rennes 1, Villejuif (FR)
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Current nutrition and diabetes principles, newer data on diabetes dietary
management and EFAD’s involvement in World Diabetes Day
Aimilia Papakonstantinou – Agricultural University of Athens (GR)
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3b. Social Media and communicating our message

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Communication skills: what does the future hold for dietitians?
Kirsten Whitehead – University of Nottingham (UK)
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Using social media: challenges and opportunities for health professionals
Raymond Gemen – EUFIC
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Using social media effectively: engaging with professionals and organisations
Sheree Bryant – EASO
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3c. Tackling food marketing to children: trans-disciplinary perspectives

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Marketing strategies to mis-selling foods: impact of food advertising
Jason Halford – University of Liverpool (UK)
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Consumer protection acts and general marketing legislation:
Application to digital marketing to children
Pedro Graça – University of Porto (PT)
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Impact of nutritional profiles in the food industry:
Recent trends in food reformulation and food advertising for children
Bart Vandewaetere – Nestlé Europe, Middle East & North Africa
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3d. Dietitians’ leadership role in evidence based practice quality & audit

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Pieces of evidenced based practice
Christophe Matthys – UZ Leuven & KULeuven (BE)
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How to make results of dietetic practice transparent?
Elke Naumann – HAN University (NL)
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Place of the patient’s voice in practicing evidence based care
Duane Mellor – Coventry University (UK)
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Parallel Session  |  14.00 – 15.30 hrs

4a. Microbiota; what research is telling us

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Gut Microbiota structure and Functions: Scientific state of the art
Hervé Blottière – INRA (FR)
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Modulating gut microbiota in cardiometabolic diseases;
for who, what and when?
Karine Clément – ICAN, France (FR)
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The impact of nutrients and diets on the gut microbiota
Stine Störsrud – University of Gothenburg (SE)
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4b. Optimum nutritional care for those with physical or mental disability

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Prevention of depression through nutritional strategies –
the MooDFOOD project
Marjolein Visser – Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (NL)
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Considerations when planning nutrition care for those with physical and/or
neurodevelopmental disabilities: A health promotion perspective
Amy McPherson – University of Toronto, Canada (CA)
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The role of the dietitian in severe and enduring anorexia nervosa
Ursula Philpot – Leeds Beckett University, United Kingdom (UK)
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4c. Childhood Obesity in Europe

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EASO-EFAD Mapping dietetic guidance on obesity
Ellen Govers (NL)
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Nutrient profiling for nutrition policies
Antonis Vlassopoulos (GR)
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Results of  EU projects on childhood obesity: TOYBOX & JANPA  and COSI
Maria Hassapidou & Oddyseas Androutsos
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Childhood obesity in the UK
Hilda Mulrooney (UK)
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4d. Nutrition and dietetic care outcomes: sharing the journey and discussion of next steps

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Nutritional assessment in clinical practice. What to measure?
Hinke Kruizenga (NL) & Nicolette Wierdsma (NL)
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Advancing the Profession with Outcomes and Evidence:
the ANDHII paradigm
Constantina Papoutsakis – Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (USA)
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