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Symposium on “Optimum Health and Nutrition for Our Ageing Population”

Melbourne, Australia
24/10/2012
Deakin City Centre

OBJECTIVES

  • To provide key information on key issues affecting nutrition in the ageing.
  • To provide an update on the latest science and nutrition in the ageing.
  • To make recommendations for future research and for action by industry and government to help address nutrition issues for the ageing.

PROGRAM

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MEETING REPORT

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PRESENTATIONS

Overview of nutrition issues in the ageing population and implications for dietary guidance
Prof. Sandra Capra, University of Queensland
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Malnutrition prevalence among community living older adults: An overview from recent findings – chicken or the egg?
Ms. Georgie Rist, MyGene
PDF

Joint health and 03s – pain and inflammation
Dr. Les Cleland, Royal Adelaide Hospital
PDF

The benefit of long chain omega-3 and CV health: the need for clear thinking
Dr. David Colquhoun, University of Queensland
PDF

Diabetes – the sweet and the sour
Prof. Merlin Thomas, Baker IDI Diabetic Complication Lab
PDF

Drugs and nutrition: Some implications for the elderly
Ms. Yvonne Coleman, Nutrition Consultants Australia
PDF

Dental issues for the ageing population
Prof. Eric Reynolds, Melbourne Dental College
PDF

Omega 3 and the ageing brain
Prof. Andy Sinclair, Deakin University
PDF

Age-related macular degeneration and diet: The protective role of antioxidants and omega-3 PUFAs
Assoc. Prof. Vicki Flood, University of Wollongong
PDF

Sarcopenia in older people
Dr. Solomon Yu, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Adelaide
PDF

Nutritional strategies to reduce risk of falls and fractures
Prof. Caryl Nowson, Deakin University
PDF

COST

$195.00 Attendees
$175.00 ILSI and O3C members
$115.00 Community (e.g. HCP and Academics)
$ 35.00 Students
(all fees include GST)

FOR MORE INFORMATION

For registration and enquiries, please contact:
ILSI SEAR Australasia
P O Box 2220
Hawthorn VIC 3122
Telephone: 03 9819 9187
Fax: 03 9011 6285
Email: admin@ilsi.org.au