Symposia

Kindly view the below summary of Symposia that will be taking place at the ICD 2020 Congress.

(Topic, Presenters, Organisations and Represented Countries)

 

Updated information for each symposium will be made available by end January 2020.

  • Symposiums will take place within the Congress programme over 16 – 18 September 2020.
  • Symposiums are open to all attendees at no additional cost (No pre-bookings required)
  • Symposiums will be 1 – 2 hours on average

Programme will be made available to view during March 2020 indicating dates, times and venues.

 

1.

Capacity building through innovative training to improve early life nutrition and health in South Africa: the ImpENSA project

Further Speaker details to be confirmed:

Prof Berthold Koletzko, Ludwig Maximillian University of Munich (Germany)

Prof Mieke Faber, South African Medical Research Council (South Africa)

Dr Lize Havemann-Nel, North-West University (South Africa)
2.

Different countries, different stories and different journeys towards a common Nutrition Care Process and Terminology – (NCP/NCPT)

Dr Angela Vivanti, Princess Alexandra Hospital (Australia)

Dr Constantina Papoutsakis, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (United States)

Dr Elin Lovestem, Uppsala University (Sweden)

3.

Evidence-based Nutrition Practice Guidelines (EBNPG): a Targeted Approach to Interventions

Ms Mary Russell, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (United States)

4.

Experiences and reflections when incorporating the Nutrition Care Process and Terminology – (NCP/NCPT) into electronic health records

Dr Angela Vivanti, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (United States)

Ms Jessie Pavlinac, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (United States)

Ms Luise Persson Kopp, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (United States)
5.

Food Intolerance Seminar - A practical seminar for dietitians

Dr Anne Swain, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Allergy Unit (Australia)
6.

Food Science and Technology for Improving Nutrition, Unlocking Potential and Accelerating Change

Speaker details to be confirmed:

Mr Owen Frisby, SAAFoST (South Africa)

7.

Forging new frontiers in Public Health Research and Development with the Nutrition Care Process

Dr Patricia Splett, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (United States)

Dr Lauri Wright, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (United States)

8.

Global Dietitian Initiatives- IAAND Colleagues Advance Professional Practice

Prof Rubina Hakeem, College of Home Economics (Pakistan)

Ms Tatyana ElKour, Independent Consultant (Jordan)

Prof Winnie Chee, International Medical University (Malaysia)

Dr Elin Lovestem, Uppsala University (Sweden)

9.

Gut microbiome as a target in dietetic practice

Prof Kevin Whelan, King’s College London (United Kingdom)

Dr Caroline Tuck, La Trobe University (Australia)

Dr Megan Rossi, King’s College London (United Kingdom)

10.

HIV Nutrition and Dietetics

Dr Alastair Duncan, King’s College (United Kingdom)

Dr Julie Lanigan, Institute of Child Health (United Kingdom)

Dr Clare Stradling, University of Birmingham (United Kingdom)

Session Chair: Dr Janetta Harbron, University of Cape Town (South Africa)

Session Chair: Dr Sharmilah Booley, University of Cape Town (South Afric
11.

Hydration Resources for dietitians: The European Healthy Hydration Awareness Campaign (EuHHAC)

Mrs Pauline Douglas, European Federation of the Associations of Dietitians – EFAD- (United Kingdom)

Ms Annemieke Van Ginkel-Res, European Federation of the Associations of Dietitians – EFAD- (The Netherlands)

Ms Katerina Belogianni, European Federation of the Associations of Dietitians – EFAD- (United Kingdom)

Mrs Judith Liddell, European Federation of the Associations of Dietitians – EFAD- (Germany)
12.

In-hospital treatment of severe acute malnutrition

Speakers to be confirmed
13.

Innovative Approaches to Elevate Professional Training: Continuing Education, Master’s and Doctorate in Clinical Nutrition 

Dr Judith Rodriguez, University of North Florida (United States)

Dr Catherine Christie, University of North Florida (United States)

Dr Lauri Wright, University of North Florida (United States)

Dr Andrea Arikawa, University of North Florida (United State
14.

Multiphase health promotion targeting school aged children and older adults in Taiwan

1. An Interactive Healthy Diet Education Program Implemented In Elementary School in Taiwan

Mrs Tsui-Hwa Huang, Cancer Care Foundation (Taiwan), Taiwan Dietitian Association (Taiwan)

Ms Pengyuh Wu, Cancer Care Foundation (Taiwan), Taiwan Dietitian Association (Taiwan)

 

2. A national community-based nutrition program to prevent disability of older adults in Taiwan

Ms Su-E Kuo, Dept. of Nutritional Services, National Cheng Kung University Hospital, Taiwan Dietitian Association (Taiwan)

Prof Huei-min Chin, Taiwan Dietitian Association; fu-jen Catholic University (Taiwan)

15.

Nutrition Care in Acute and Post-Acute Cancer care in Taiwan

1. Implementation of a national-wide cancer care quality improvement plan for nutrition care of oncology patients in Taiwan older adults in Taiwan

Prof Meng-Chuan Huang, Kaohsiung Medical University Hospital, Taiwan Dietitian Association (Taiwan)

 

2. A hospital-based nutrition care model of cancer patient in Taiwan

Ms Hsin-Chun Feng, National Taiwan University Hospital, Taiwan Dietitian Association (Taiwan)

 

3. The effect of a nutritional education program on body composition, biochemical parameters, intake of food types and quantity, and quality of life in post-acute cancer patients

Mrs Tsui-Hwa Huang, Cancer Care Foundation (Taiwan), Taiwan Dietitian Association (Taiwan

16.

Research agenda for dietetics in the Netherlands; building the future

Ms Wineke Remijnse, Dutch Association of Dietitians (Netherlands
17.

Teaching NCP/NCPT and NFPE across the Curriculum, Including International Innovations

Dr Judith Rodriguez, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (United States)

Dr Lauri Wright, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (United States)

Dr Laurene Boateng, University of Ghana (Ghana)

18.

The application and interpretation of nutrient and dietary patterns and health outcomes in the NCD context

Speakers to be confirmed:

Prof Edith Feskens, Wageningen University (Netherlands)

Other researchers who applied the methodology and linked it to CVD related outcomes
19.

The FODMAP Diet – History, Efficacy, Implementation, Precautions and other application

Prof Jane Muir, Monash University (Australia)

Dr Emma Halmos, Monash University (Australia)

Dr Marina Iacovou, Monash University (Australia)

Dr Ricardo Da Costa, Monash University (Australia)

Mrs MoniquePiderit , Nutritional Solutions (South Africa
20.

The implementation and evaluation of the impact of food-based dietary guidelines (FBDGs)

Speaker details to be confirmed:

Prof Edith Feskens, Wageningen University (Netherlands)

Ms Ana Islas Ramos, FAO (Italy)

21.

Advancing Dietetics in Europe through Collaboration

1. Prevention of Malnutrition in Senior Subjects in the EU – a pan‐European Horizon2020 project – the dietitians’ perspective

2. Advocating for Nutrition & Dietetics in Europe: a model for good practice

3. Working with membership volunteers to achieve association goals

Mrs Judith Liddell, European Federation of the Associations Of Dietitians – EFAD (Germany)

Mrs Reka Kegyes, European Federation of the Associations Of Dietitians – EFAD

Mrs Annemieke van Ginkel‐Res, European Federation of the Associations of Dietitians – EFAD (The Netherlands)

22.

Training the dietitian using work integrated learning

Dr Mariaan Wicks, North-West University (South Africa)

Ms Cornelia Conradie, North-West University (South Africa)

Prof Cornelie Nienaber-Rousseau, North-West University (South Africa)

Ms Chantell Witten, North-West University (South Africa)

Prof Lize Havemann-Nel, North-West University (South Africa)

Ms Theodorah Modise, North-West University (South Africa)

Dr Robin Dolman, North-West University (South Africa
23.

Unlocking the potential of today’s graduate dietitian: building strong systems of personal infrastructure.

Ms Janeane Dart, Monash University (Australia)

Dr Dianne Reidlinger, Bond University (Australia)

Mrs Annemarie Knight, Kings College (United Kingdom)