Thank you to all who participated in the Dietitians Australia 2021 Virtual Conference
It’s not too late to experience virtual Dietitians Australia 2021 Conference
Become an on demand delegate and register today to access the entire ‘What’s Possible?’ program until 9 October 2021. Stream the recorded conference sessions at your own pace and make the most of this exclusive opportunity to extend your learning.
The conference program is available to view
Click the button below to view the interactive program.
Early Career Research Highlights
Early Career Research Highlights are identified by the addition of an asterisk * at the end of a presentation’s title. Look out for these attached to Oral Presentations, Rapid Fires and ePosters throughout the conference program.
To view all Early Career Research Highlights, type an * into the search box when viewing the online program.
9.00am – 10.00am, Sunday 11 July 2021
Joel Feren, The Nutrition Guy
Manling Ng, Sanitarium
Elena George, Deakin University
Join us for a line-up of inspirational dietitians, who have paved their way through to success, with their passion, creativity, and networking skills.
11.30am – 12.30pm, Sunday 11 July 2021
Assoc. Prof Paul Willis (moderator)
Prof Mark Lawrence, Deakin University
Dr Rosemary Stanton
Nicole Senior, Professional Nutrition Services
Emma Stirling, Australian Catholic University
Tracy Hardy, Wattleseed Nutrition
A panel of experts in food and the environment will discuss and debate the topic ‘What will we be eating in 2050?’
11.00am – 12.30pm, Monday 12 July 2021
Danielle Bear, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
Tory Crowder, Christchurch Hospital
Helen Little, Christchurch Hospital
Assoc. Prof Christina Pollard, Curtin University
The call to transform ourselves will be echoing in the halls, as our amazing speakers detail their experiences and learnings as dietitians in disasters.
9.00am – 10.30am, Tuesday 13 July 2021
Dr. Bronwyn King
Elizabeth Isenring, LINC Nutrition & Honorary Adjunct Professor at Bond University
Dr. Sandro Demaio, VicHealth
Gain practical tips on how to reinvent yourself, your practice, and your environment to keep up with our ever-changing professional needs, with our line-up of highly esteemed speakers.
11.00am – 12.30pm, Tuesday 13 July 2021
Summer Findlay, University of Wollongong
Incorporating and celebrating diversity into both our work and personal lives can bring a richness hard to achieve otherwise. Join us to reflect on how you approach diversity and discover what is possible in your future.
The Dietitians Australia conference welcomes Dietitians from across Australia and overseas each year to learn and network together.
The scientific program brings together a range of expert speakers and panels to present the latest research, case studies and practices centred around the conference theme of “What’s possible?” and incorporates the key academic themes of transform, reinvent, and diversify.
The program has been developed to offer something for all aspects of the profession, both clinical and non-clinical, across management, administration, education, research, advisory roles, communication, program development and implementation, regulatory roles, policy development, food service, food security, food supply and sustainability.
With networking breaks throughout the program, delegates can network with other attendees and connect with sponsors and exhibitors using the networking functions within the virtual conference platform.
Virtual registrations include live online access to all conference sessions for your selected days as well as on-demand access to recordings of conference sessions for three-months post-conference.