Programme

The Programme can be viewed here

Our 2022 theme, ‘Te Kākano – The Seed’ follows on from our 2021 theme ‘Te Anga Hou – Changing of the seasons’ where we focussed on the changing health care landscape and Dietitians NZ commitment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi. Te Kākano – The Seed, is a metaphor for the growth of Dietitians NZ and Te Kahui Manukura o Kai Ora, the generation of new ideas, innovation and the new health system, as well as how we as dietitians nurture the seed inside whānau and the people we work with so they can flourish. It also acknowledges how the kākano carries the whakapapa of generations gone before and teaches us to utilise the past to inform our journey forward.

The event will include a mix of original research, an engaging debate and workshop style learning with concurrent streams including –

  • Influence & Advocacy
  • Paediatrics
  • Sports Nutrition
  • Business Management
  • Gastroenterology
  • Bariatric
  • Pregnancy & maternal health
  • Oncology
  • Renal

With a speaker line-up that includes Dr Michelle Dickinson AKA Nanogirl and Dave Letele, this year is shaping up to be our best yet!

PEI & PERT Pre-Conference Workshop

Advanced Clinical Dietitian Kylie Russell and Pancreatic Surgeon Professor John Windsor will provide interactive teaching with practical application through case-study, group based learning. The workshop will cover:

  • Questions answered regarding which patients are at risk of PEI and how to diagnose them
  • Practical teaching on how to commence, monitor and evaluate PERT dosing
  • New evidence on PEI & PERT in a range of clinical settings including pancreatic cancer, surgery, pancreatitis and the elderly.

Tuesday 30th August 1:00-4:30pm, Novotel Christchurch 52 Cathedral Square.

To register, please click here