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Nutrition and Health Professional Conference

18.02.2016

Nutrition and Health Professional Conference

The Dairy Council is hosting a conference for nutrition and health professionals on 28th April at W5

The conference will focus on new developments in nutrition science and practice, including those in relation to dairy foods, and will be chaired by Professor Barbara Livingstone from Ulster University.

Speakers include:

Professor Benoît Lamarche, Laval University, Canada
Novel perspectives on the association between dairy, dairy fat and cardiometabolic health

Dr Katie Adolphus, University of Leeds
Effect of breakfast consumption on cognitive and academic performance in children and adolescents

Dr Gerry McKenna, Queen’s University Belfast
Oral health in older people – impact on diet and quality of life

Dr Kirsty Pourshahidi, Ulster University
An update on vitamin D – how can we best meet the new recommendations?

Dr Michelle McKinley, Queen’s University Belfast
Weight loss after pregnancy – a challenging but opportune time to intervene

Dr Joline Beulens, VU Medical Center, Amsterdam
Dairy foods and diabetes – a protective role?

 

Please download the invitation for full programme details.

Registration for the conference costs £25.00 (including lunch and refreshments throughout the day).

Registration for the conference has now closed – please contact Carole Lowis (see below) for more information

 

Ways to register and pay:

To register and pay by credit card only please click here

To register and pay by cheque, please download the invitation and booking form and return to the Dairy Council postal address (below) along with your cheque

To pay by BACS or if you require an invoice, please contact:

Dr Carole Lowis on 01751 430 158 or the Dairy Council for NI on 028 90 770 113 ex 221

carole@foodcommunications.co.uk

nutrition@dairycouncil.co.uk

 

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