08.00Welcome and RegistrationErasmus Foyer
 Hydration Symposium: Water, the forgotten nutrient
Moderator: Pauline Douglas – Supported by Danone Nutricia Research
Amsterdam 1-4
10.00Fluid intake in Europe – how applicable are the EFSA recommendations?
Joan Gandy, PhD RD FBDA, The British Dietetic Association UK & School of Life and Medical Services, University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
Abstract  Biography
Amsterdam 1-4
09.00Importance of fluid intake consumption data for public health
Isabelle Guelinckx, RD PhD, Danone Nutricia Research, France
Abstract  Biography
Amsterdam 1-4
09.30Vasopressin, from regulator to disease predictor for diabetes and cardio-metabolic risk
Olle Melander, MD PhD, Professor of Internal Medicine, Lund University, Sweden
Abstract  Biography
Amsterdam 1-4
10.30Coffee BreakErasmus Foyer
11.00 First Parallel SessionsAmsterdam 1-4

Session 1 | Amsterdam 1-4
Moderator: Annemieke van Ginkel

11.00EFSA’s activities with stakeholders: engaging on science
Lucia de Luca, European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)
Abstract  Biography
11.30Communication to consumers
Dr Ir Gerda Feunekes – Dutch Nutrition Centre, the Netherlands
Abstract  Biography
 Presentations of original research
Chair: Prof Maria Hassapidou, Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki, Greece
12.00Cytotoxic, genotoxic and apoptotic activities of thymol fromThymus vulgaris on the human
Huriye Senay de Kiziltan
12.10Energy requirement of children with suspected neuromuscular- and/or mitochondrial disease
Carla van Aller & Inge Krul
12.20Evaluation of quality and quantity of carbohydrate intake consumed by 12 months old infants coming from low socioeconomic status Boston, USA
Eleni Anna Vampouli
12.30Validity of predictive equations for estimating resting energy expenditure in older obese adults
Maureen van Hurck
12.40Assessment of energy requirement in pregnant women during the each trimester  of pregnancy
Danuta Gajewska
12.50Compared to a 7-day fluid specific diary, a 24h dietary recall underestimates total fluid intake
Isabelle Guelinckx

Session 2 | Room Oxford
Moderator: Tina Papoutsakis

11.00Using nutrition care process and standardised language models in education
Tina Papoutsakis, University of Athens, Greece
Abstract  Biography
11.30Workshop: How to incorporate terminology in higher education
Saskia Kattemölle-van den Berg, Sissi Stove Lorentzen, Shelly Rachman-Elbaum, Helen Lönnberg
Tailored for educators, practice placement practitioners and students. Actual experiences will be presented and discussed

12.00 Poster Presentations (12.00-14.00 hrs)Erasmus Foyer
13.00Lunch break                                                                             Erasmus Foyer
14.00 Second Parallel Sessions

A. Developing dietetic competency with the European Dietetic Action Plan; Developing dietetic competency of students; Maintaining competence through Lifelong Learning | Room: Oxford
Moderator: Agneta Hörnell

14.00Supporting EuDAP and EU policy on health & wellbeing: dietitians as nutrition educators of health professional
Dr Anne Payne, University of Plymouth, United Kingdom
14.30Developing dietetic competence of students with the European Dietetic Action Plan (EuDAP)
Angela Garcia, CEU-San Pablo University Madrid, Spain & Karin Van Ael, Thomas More University College, Belgium

B. Attitude and practice regarding diagnosis and treatment of starvation, cachexia and sarcopenia | Amsterdam 3-4
Moderator: Elisabet Rothenberg

14.00Diagnosis and treatment of starvation, cachexia and sarcopenia
Prof Elisabet Rothenberg, Assistant Professor Kristianstad University & President of the Swedish Association of Clinical Dietitians (DRF), Sweden
14.30Knowledge and practice among dietitians regarding malnutrition, starvation, cachexia and sarcopenia
Lies ter Beek, Hanze University of Applied Sciences Groningen, the Netherlands
15.00Pt-Global app: from paper-based to digital screening, assessment and monitoring of malnutrition
Prof Harriët Jager-Wittenaar, Hanze University of Applied Sciences Groningen, the Netherlands

C. European dietary guidelines for obesity in adults and children; Obesity groups in Europe and their activities | Room: Amsterdam 1-2
Moderator: Tanja Callewaert

14.00How can guidelines on obesity help the dietitian?
Ellen Govers, Chair to the Netherlands Obesity Network for Dietitians/researcher, the Netherlands
14.30European dietary guidelines and/or dietary therapy for obesity in children
Prof Maria Hassapidou, Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki, Greece
15.00Mapping obesity work across Europe
Dr Hilda Mulrooney, Kingston University, London, UK

D. Do we need more diabetes dietitians or do diabetes dietitians need to train others? | Stellenbosch
Moderator: Duane Mellor

14.00Educating the individual patient
Aimilia Papakonstantinou – Supported by the International Sweeteners Association (ISA)
14.30Education in Groups
Jacqui Troughton, Leicester Diabetes Centre, United Kingdom – Supported by the International Sweeteners Association (ISA)
15.00Mass messages about diet and diabetes: role of dietitians in the media maelstrom
Duane Mellor, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

15.30Coffee BreakErasmus Foyer
 Closing – Plenary
Moderator: Anne de Looy
16.00Behavioural change resources for dietitians: a snapshot of the requirements of European dietitians
Prof Julie Barnett, University of Bath, United Kingdom
Abstract  Biography
Amsterdam 1-4
16.30Food4Me and personalised nutrition
Dr Eileen Gibney, UCD Institute of Food and Health, University College Dublin, Ireland
Abstract  Biography
Amsterdam 1-4
17.00Rethinking Breakfast
Duane Mellor, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
Amsterdam 1-4
17.30Best student presentations of original research
Smart nutrition consultation
Sonja Gruenzweil
Amsterdam 1-4
17.40Best student presentations of original research
Nutritional status and gastrointestinal functioning of patients with locally advanced pancreatic cancer
Cynthia Lochtenberg-Potjes
Amsterdam 1-4
17.50Closing Ceremony & EuDAP press release
Prof Anne de Looy, President EFAD
Amsterdam 1-4
18.10End of EFAD Conference 2015