Saturday September 29 We are proud to present you the programme of the EFAD Conference 2018! Saturday – Programme Overview TimeActivityLocation07.15 – 08.30 hrs Exercise opportunities-Morning Tai Chi session at the World Trade Center Roof top InfoShipping HallFun Run in Rotterdam city center InfoReception NH Atlanta08.30 – 09.00 hrs Welcome and registrationShipping HallPlenary – Opening Session Chair: Silvia Escott Stump09.00 – 09.10 hrsBrief recap of the the first conference day Annemieke van Ginkel-ResRotterdam Hall09.10 – 09.30 hrsKellogg’s Dietetic Research Awards – – Presentation of winning research Toine Hulshof – KelloggRotterdam Hall09.30 – 10.30 hrsPanel debate: Primary care and prevention – will it make clinical dietetics disappear? Pauline Douglas, Ellen Govers, Sylvia Escott-Stump & Manuel MoñinoRotterdam Hall10.30 – 11.15 hrs Coffee break & Meet the expertsShipping HallCoffee breakShipping HallMeet the Experts – Join a round table discussions with one of our experts InfoRotterdam Hall11.15 – 12.45 hrs Parallel Sessions – Part 1 3A. Nutritional assessment – harnessing the power of people and ICT InfoMees Auditorium3B. Hot topics in public health InfoRoom Penn3C. Dietitians as change makers to manage gut health InfoRoom Van Leeuwen3D. Hands-on social media training for dietitians InfoRotterdam Hall12.45 – 14.15 hrs Lunch & Networking opportunityShipping Hall13.00 – 14.00 hrs Lunch Symposium The power of oats: beyond cholesterol-lowering InfoMees AuditoriumPlenary – Afternoon Session Chair: Elke Naumann 14.15 – 14.40 hrsComplementarity between clinical practice and education Mara Rodrigues Abstract | Biography | PresentationRotterdam Hall14.40 – 15.05 hrsCombining optimal care, education and research: learnings from cystic fibrosis in children Christina Katsagoni Abstract | Biography | PresentationRotterdam Hall15.05 – 15.30 hrsProfessional development arising from working in the related yet disparate contexts of healthcare practice, education and research Margot Barry Abstract | BiographyRotterdam Hall15.30 – 16.00 hrs Coffee breakShipping Hall16.00 – 17.30 hrs Parallel Sessions – Part 24A. Dietitians ensuring a healthy start in life InfoMees Auditorium4B. Effective dietitians monitor and evaluate InfoRotterdam Hall4C. Hot topics in physical activity InfoRoom Penn4D. Late-breaking research InfoRoom Van LeeuwenPlenary – Closing Session Chairs: Judith Liddell & Elke Naumann17.30 – 17.50 hrsHow to create new workplaces for dietitians Vivianne Ceelen – HAN University (NL) Abstract | Biography | PresentationRotterdam Hall17.50 – 18.10 hrsGlobal Leadership Initiative in Malnutrition (GLIM): Global Consensus on Malnutrition Diagnostic Criteria Harriët Jager-Wittenaar (NL) PresentationRotterdam Hall18.10 – 18.15 hrsAnnouncement of winner of EFAD Fellowship Award & closing Judith Liddell – EFAD AwardRotterdam Hall18.15 – 18.45 hrs Farewell Drinks & snacksShipping Hall18.45 hrsEnd of Conference Day 2Shipping Hall Meet the Expert Roundtables – 10.30 – 11.15 hrs Meet the experts Take place at the roundtables in the main conference room and join the discussion with one of our experts! NrExpert1Jacqueline Commandeur – University of Applied Sciences Amsterdam NL & Nicole Erickson – Munich University, DE ESDN Oncology – Cancer and Nutrition – Science Based recommendations2Arnt Steffensen – President of the Norwegian Diet and Nutrition Association Political lobbying – How to get big results with small resources3Kevin Whelan – King’s College London, UK Gastroenterology – Fibre, the gut microbiome and health4Gaston Remmers – Platform Patients and Food Netherlands Food therapy – Enhancing the value of food therapy: innovative tools and strategies for (self-)assessment5Nikos Papaspanos – Board Member of the Hellenic Dietetics Association ESDN Sports and PA – Food for exercise, exercise for health6Agneta Hörnell – Umeå Universitet Sweden (SE) ESDN Food Service – The importance of food service dietitians for health in Europe7Mary Nicolaou – Amsterdam University Medical Centre (NL) Diet patterns – Ethnic and social differences in dietary patterns8Anne Payne – University of Plymouth (UK) Advanced Education – Delivering joint (HEI/NDA) Advanced Practice Masters education for Registered Dietitians9Maria Gustafsson – Eat Well Global (SE) Food science – Fermented foods – Eat something living!10Ellen Govers – Amstelring (NL) & Maria Hassapidou – Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki (GR) ESDN Obesity – Dietitians tackling the obesity epidemic 10.30 – 11.15 hrs | Room: Rotterdam Hall Parallel Sessions 3 – 11.15 – 12.45 hrs Session 3A – Nutritional Assessment TimePresentation11.15 – 11.20 hrsIntroduction Harriët Jager-Wittenaar & Vilma Kriaucioniene11.20 – 11.40 hrsNutrition/Dietary assessment- collecting and interpreting information Maria Hassapidou – Thessaloniki TEI (GR) Abstract | Biography | Presentation11.40 – 12.00 hrsImplementation of Nutritional Assessment in practice; how do we get there? Wesley Visser – Erasmus MC (NL) Abstract | Biography | Presentation12.00 – 12.20 hrsEnhancing the value of food therapy: innovative tools and strategies for (self-) assessment from a patient’s view Gaston Remmers – Platform Patients and Food Netherlands & Foundation My Data Our Health Abstract | Biography | Presentation12.20 – 12.45 hrsDiscussion Harriët Jager-Wittenaar & Vilma Kriaucioniene Chair: Harriët Jager-Wittenaar & Vilma Kriaucioniene 11.15 – 12.45 hrs | Room: Mees Auditorium Session 3B – Hot topics in public health TimePresentation11.15 – 11.20 hrsIntroduction Manuel Moñino – Lead ESDN Public Health, Palma de Mallorca, Spain (ES)11.20 – 11.45 hrsNutrient profile models – what you need to know Teresa Rodrigues – ESDN Public Health, Porto, Portugal (PT) Abstract | Biography | Presentation11.45 – 12.10 hrsThe European Food Challenge – how can we move towards Healthy Sustainable Diets? Christopher Birt – Department of Public Health and Policy, University of Liverpool, Liverpool (UK) Abstract | Biography | Presentation12.10 – 12.35 hrsAssessing Health professionals’ knowledge regarding snacks, dried fruit and dental health – a survey of European Dietitians and Dentists Amanda Avery – University of Nottingham – presentation supported by California Prunes Board Abstract | Biography12.35 – 12.45 hrsDiscussion Manuel Moñino – Lead ESDN Public Health, Palma de Mallorca, Spain (ES) Chair: Manuel Moñino 11.15 – 12.45 hrs | Room: Penn Session 3C – Dietitians as change makers to manage gut health TimePresentation11.15 – 11.25 hrsIntroduction Christina Katsagoni, Lead ESDN Gastroenterology, Athens, Greece (GR)11.25 – 11.55 hrsDietitians as change makers: Food-first – Nutrition is our ‘front line approach’ to manage (maintain/foster) gut health Maria Gustafsson, Eat Well Global, Kungsbacka, Sweden (SE) Abstract | Biography | Presentation11.55 – 12.25 hrsGut microbiota in IBS and its modification by diet: probiotics, prebiotics and low FODMAP diet Kevin Whelan, Head of Department of Nutritional Sciences, King’s College London, United Kingdom (UK) Abstract | Biography | Presentation12.25 – 12.45 hrsDiscussion Christina Katsagoni, Lead ESDN Gastroenterology, Athens, Greece (GR) Speakers have received an educational grant from Danone Chair: Christina Katsagoni 11.15 – 12.45 hrs | Room: Van Leeuwen Session 3D – Hands-on social media training for dietitians TimePresentation11.15 – 12.45 hrsHands-on social media training for dietitians Facilitated by European Food Information Council (EUFIC) Chair: Raymond Gemen 11.15 – 12.45 hrs | Room: Rotterdam Hall Lunch Symposium – 13.00 – 14.00 hrs Lunch Symposium – The power of oats: beyond cholesterol-lowering TimePresentation13.00 – 13.05 hrsIntroduction Sue Gatenby, PhD, R&D Nutrition Senior Director – PepsiCo13.05 – 13.15 hrsOat and whole grains: breaking down the barriers to dietary fibre consumption Professor Chris Seal – University of Newcastle & Human Nutrition Research Centre13.15 – 13.30 hrsThe prebiotic effects of whole-grain oats Dr Kieran Tuohy – Fondazione Edmund Mach13.30 – 13.35 hrsQuestions & Answers13.35 – 13.50 hrsAvenanthramides and the antioxidant power of oats Professor Jeremy Spencer – University of Reading, Hugh Sinclair Human Nutrition Group13.50 – 13.55 hrsQuestions & Answers13.55 – 14.00 hrsDiscussion Overview The role of the soluble fibre (beta glucan) in oats in lowering cholesterol has been well-substantiated. The body of evidence was deemed to be sufficiently strong, that, in 2010, the European Food Safety Authority issued a positive scientific opinion and the European Commission approved a health claim stating that the soluble fibre beta-glucan from oats can lower/reduce blood LDL and total cholesterol [In 2009 and again in 2011 the EU approved a health claim stating that oat beta-glucan can help maintain a normal blood cholesterol level.] In addition, further research has explored the nutritional value and additional health benefits of oats and their constituents. Traditional oats contain around 3.1-3.6g of dietary fibre per 40g serving and are a significant source of dietary fibre. Despite the association of higher dietary fibre intakes with a reduced risk of non-communicable diseases such as cardiovascular diseases, diabetes type 2, colorectal cancer as well as reduced risk of weight gain, intake levels fall far below daily recommended intakes of 25-38g in Europe. Recent research has explored the wider benefits of dietary fibre including its potential to act as a prebiotic which can positively impact the microbiome. Studies indicate that the soluble fibre in oats, beta-glucan, may confer those prebiotic properties. In addition to being nutrient-dense, oats also contain a unique group of polyphenols called avenanthramides (AVAs). Research has shown that AVAs – which have been associated with anti-inflammatory, anti-itch, anti-irritant and other antioxidant effects – make a substantial contribution to oats’ antioxidant activity. These new areas of emerging research into the exciting role that oats can play in a healthy balanced diet will be discussed in this moderated panel discussion. A session supported by Quaker Chair: Chris Seal 13.00 – 14.00 hrs | Room: Mees Auditorium Parallel Sessions 4 – 16.00 – 17.30 hrs Session 4A – Dietitians ensuring a healthy start in life TimePresentation16.00 – 16.05 hrsIntroduction Paulina Nowicka (SE)16.05 – 16.30 hrsEarly lifestyle intestinal microbiome Emilia Vassilopoulou, Dietitian, Greece (GR) Abstract | Biography | Presentation16.30 – 16.55 hrsFeeding the allergic child Berber Vlieg-Boerstra (NL) Abstract | Biography | Presentation16.55 – 17.20 hrsObesity in children – what is the best management Paulina Nowicka (SE) Abstract | Biography | Presentation17.20 – 17.30 hrsDiscussion Paulina Nowicka (SE) Chair: Paulina Nowicka 16.00 – 17.30 hrs | Room: Rotterdam Hall Session 4B – Effective dietitians monitor and evaluate TimePresentation16.00 – 16.05 hrsIntroduction Anne Payne – University of Plymouth, UK16.05 – 16.25 hrsThe CANDHII UK project 1: Viability of using the ANDHII for joint site evaluation of outcome measures Alison Kyle – Nutrition 2day, Somerset, UK Abstract | Biography | Presentation16.25 – 16.45 hrs2: Monitoring of outcome measures for Parenteral Nutrition via i-pad Paula Murphy – Derriford Hospital, Plymouth, UK Abstract | Biography | Presentation16.45 – 17.05 hrs3: monitoring & evaluation of outcome measures for Oral Nutrition Support Chloe Phippen – Yeovil Hospital, Somerset, UK Abstract | Biography | Presentation17.05 – 17.15 hrs4: Conclusion and future directions Alison Kyle – Nutrition 2day, Somerset, UK Abstract | Biography17.15 – 17.30 hrsQuestions & discussion Chair: Anne Payne 16.00 – 17.30 hrs | Room: Mees Auditorium Session 4C – Hot topics in physical activity TimePresentation16.00 – 16.05 hrsIntroduction Nikolaos Papaspanos16.05 – 16.30 hrsNutritional ergogenics to promote athletic performance and recovery Michalis Makrillos – Clinical and Sports Nutritionist (GR) Abstract | Biography | Presentation16.30 – 16.55 hrsPre-competition weight loss in combat sports Katarzyna Janiszewska (PL) Abstract | Biography 16.55 – 17.20 hrsNutritional advice for young diabetic athletes Serge Pieters – Sports Dietitian (BE) Abstract | Biography17.20 – 17.30 hrsDiscussion Nikolaos Papaspanos Chair: Nikolaos Papaspanos 16.00 – 17.30 hrs | Room: Penn Session 4D – Late breaking research TimePresentation16.00 – 16.05 hrsIntroduction Stefan Storcksdieck genannt Bonsmann, European Commission (IT)16.05 – 16.30 hrsThe role of dietary patterns in the prevention of Depression: Insights from the MooDFOOD project Mary Nicolaou – University of Amsterdam (NL) Abstract | Biography16.30 – 16.50 hrsThe Importance of embracing digital health and involvements of dietetics in the tech industry Stephanie Dee – OnePath (UK) Abstract | Biography | Presentation16.50 – 17.10 hrsHealth promotion and disease prevention knowledge gateway Stefan Storcksdieck genannt Bonsmann, European Commission (IT) Abstract | Biography | Presentation17.10 – 17.25 hrsDiscussion17.25 – 17.30 hrsClosing remarks Stefan Storcksdieck genannt Bonsmann, European Commission (IT) Chair: Stefan Storcksdieck 16.00 – 17.30 hrs | Room: Van Leeuwen Morning Excercise Opportunities Active – Morning City Run On Saturday morning between 07.15 and 08.15 hrs, a professional running coach will help you explore the city during a city run. There are no additional costs for this. The maximum number of participants per group is 20. You can subscribe via the online registration form. Zen – Tai Chi Session Start your day fresh with a Tai Chi morning ritual. The sessions take place on Saturday between 07.30 and 08.30 hrs at the rooftop of the World Trade Center. You will be guided by a professional teacher. The maximum number of participants per group is 25. You can subscribe via the online registration form.