Programme

The final programme is now available: Programme FINAL

EXTRA EVENTS OUTSIDE FORMAL CONFERENCE PROGRAMME:

Paediatric SIG Workshop

Wednesday 29th August, 1.00 – 5.00pm

Venue: Ernst and Marion Davis Library, Auckland City Hospital, Grafton

Title: Disordered Eating Workshop

Click here for the full programme, costs and registration information

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ICU SIG Symposium

Wednesday 29th August, 9am – 4pm

Venue: Henley Room

Auckland City Hospital, 2 Park Road, Auckland

Title: An update on ICU nutrition

Expand your clinical skillset and join us for a day of learning and reflection regarding the latest ICU nutritional updates, featuring:

  • Experience practitioners and presenters from across the country
  • Adult and paediatric topics on ICU nutrition

Click here for the full programme, costs and registration information.

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Research SIG Networking Evening

This event is sponsored by The University of Auckland

Thursday 30th August from 6.15pm

Venue: The University of Auckland, Faculty of Medical Health Science, 85 Park Road, Grafton, Room 503-024

Title: Managing the Juggling Act

Panel Session: Amy Liu (ADHB), Deirdre Nielsen (CMDHB), Barbara Cormack (ADHB)

Wine and nibbles provided. Free entry, open to all DNZ members whether a Research SIG member or not!

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Public Health SIG Networking Evening 

This event will be start with the above Research SIG networking event. See below for more information.

A Public Health SIG meeting has also been organised during the 75th Jubilee Conference at the University of Auckland. The Research SIG and the Public Health SIG are having a small symposium with guest speakers and then the SIGs are breaking apart for their own respective SIG meetings with some canapes to follow after.

Thursday 30th August from 6.15pm

Venue: The University of Auckland, Faculty of Medical Health Science, 85 Park Road, Grafton, room to be confirmed.

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Gastroenterology SIG 2018 Study Day – Gut, diet and brain

Saturday 1st September from 1.30pm – 5.30pm

Venue: The University of Auckland, Faculty of Medical Health Science, 85 Park Road, Grafton, Room 505-011

Featuring:

Ruth Harvie (NZRD), University of Otago, Dunedin

The role of the gastrointestinal microbiota in mediating the effects of diet on the host

A longitudinal case series investigating the effect of altering oligosaccharide intake on the microbiota

Dr Emma Halmos, PhD APD, MONASH University, Melbourne

Non-responsive coeliac disease: a dietitian’s perspective

Katrina Pace, NZRD

Thinking about your gut or growing a new brain

Expert panel discussion
A chance to pose questions to the experts and other dietitians in the room.

Cost: $55 in person, $45 via videoconference, dietetic student discount available.

Click here for the full programme and email gastrosig@gmail.com for more information.

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