NEW COURSE FOR AUGUST - Varsha Asrani provides a detailed overview of what gastrointestinal dysfunction and failure is, and how to nutritionally manage patients who are critically ill with gastrointestinal dysfunction.
COMING SOON - Learn about the aetiology of infertility and the specific dietary nutrients that may influence and maximise fertility for both men and women. This evidence based talk will provide your with the latest information to best advise your clients on how to boost their nutritional intake.
Registered Dietitian Farah Hillou provides a detailed presentation into the diagnosis and nutritional management of SIBO. During this course you will learn how to recognise SIBO symptoms, and identify nutritional management strategies.
Learn about the difference between Type 2 Diabetes (T2D) management and a low carbohydrate high fat (LCHF) approach and develop an awareness of the available research investigating LCHF diets in T2D.
Joel Feren works primarily in residential care for seniors, and is an expert in this specialist niche. He presents a fantastic course about how to manage appropriate nutrition care for seniors, who often present with co-morbidities and complications.
Dr. Kim Faulkner-Hogg provides and in-depth presentation about the evolution of the gluten free diet to what it is today. You will learn about how we teach gluten avoidance and the impact on quality of life, and how to apply this into patient/ client lifestyles.
Sharon Trueman is an expert Dietitian working in the specialised area of food allergy and food intolerance. You will learn to understand what the differences are between food intolerance and food allergy to enable you to better understand how to manage your clients.
In this course you will learn what the gut microbiota is, and how the gut microbiota may affect obesity development.
Bridget is a specialist Paediatric Dietitian, who works closely with patients who have epilepsy, and are wanting to use the ketogenic diet as a treatment for seizure management.
Brittani Beavis is a Maori Dietitian and she provides an excellent presentation on Maori health, and the specific nutritional considerations clinicians working with Maori should understand and appreciate.
There is a lot of emerging research about the gut microbiome, and as a Clinician it is important to be aware of this new research. Nicole helps you to understand the interaction between our food and gut health.
Peta Adams is an expert Dietitian working with women who have PCOS. You will learn the latest novel nutrition strategies to assist with reducing insulin resistance and improving insulin sensitivity.
Fiona provides a very valuable point of view in this presentation - that you can be healthy at every size. She provides an overview of the rationale for weight-neutral approaches as used in the practice of dietetics for clients with weight concern.
Learn from an expert Paediatric Dietitian on how to accurately assess a paediatric tube feeding patient, and provide the correct nutritional feeding intervention.
Feeding a patient in the ICU can be an extremely technical process, and it is very important to get the volume of feed, feeding route and type of feed correct. Dr. Shankar will explain the full nutrition care process and how to feed a critically ill patient.
Dr. Gary Slater is an expert in body composition, ISAK level 3 Instructor and Australian New Zealand Bone Mineral Society (ANZBMS) clinical densitometry technician. Learn the difference between the various physique assessment methods, and how you can apply a specific technique into your practice.
Dr. Kirsty Fairbairn outlines the biochemical pathways of Vitamin D2 and D3 in the body, and moves on to deficiency issues, sun exposure guidelines and the potential dangers of over-supplementation of Vitamin D.
Dietitian Gabrielle Maston explains the latest research evidence in regards to Bariatric Surgery and 'Super Obesity', and talks through the 4 main types of surgical procedures. Learn how to manage your nutrition before and after surgery so you or your clients get the desired results.
LCHF (Low Carbohydrate Healthy Fat) is proving to be popular for many athletes and people with insulin insufficiency, or those just wanting to make a lifestyle change. Dietitian Dr. Caryn Zinn presents the biochemistry and physiological principles behind LCHF diets, and how to apply these into your lifestyle.
IBS Specialist Dietitian Chloe McLeod gives the latest research evidence on Irritable Bowel Syndrome and FODMAPs. Learn how to implement the FODMAPs protocol to ease the symptoms of IBS, and improve your or your clients' health.