Call For Papers 2022
The theme of the Dietitians Association of Australia 38th National Conference is Be Bold. Submissions are encouraged to explore the 2022 theme “Be Bold” and incorporates the key academic themes of transform, reinvent, and diversify.
In 2020 we introduced our new format for the three day program. There will be 2 main conference days offering symposium, seminar, oral and poster presentations. There will also be a ‘Sunday Skills Session’ (pre-conference day) with 2 streams – one for emerging dietitians as ‘Grow Your Career’ and one an advanced education option as ‘Evolve Your Practice’. You can propose a workshop or pitch your project presentation on this day.
In keeping with our sustainability theme, poster presentations will be 100% electronic this year, with the top few also delivered as rapid fire presentations.
Overview of submission categories:
Submissions are invited for the main conference concurrent sessions (Monday, Tuesday) and the pre-conference program (Sunday Skills Session). Full details are available by clicking Call for Submissions.
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Registration opens: early May 2022
Early bird closes: 17 June 2022
Accommodation closes: 18 July 2022
Conference Dates: 14-16 August 2022
Call For Paper content areas
|Addiction||Coeliac Disease||Fertility nutrition||Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)||Management||Pre-diabetes|
|Aged care||Community Nutrition||Food allergy/sensitivity – includes the use of FODMAPs||Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)||Marketing and Communication||Pregnancy nutrition|
|Anaemia||Cystic Fibrosis||Food Service||Infant feeding||Men’s health||Public Health Nutrition|
|Adolescent nutrition||Diabetes – Type 1, includes injections and pumps||Food Supply||Integrative medicine||Metabolic disorders, including metabolic syndrome||Rehabilitation|
|Arthritis||Diabetes – Type 2||Gastrointestinal disorders||Kidney disease||Mental health||Research and Development|
|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nutrition care||Diabetes – gestational||Genetic disorders||Lactation nutrition||Osteoporosis, Osteopenia||Sports Dietetics|
|Burns||Disability||Health and Nutrition Coaching||LGBTQI+ health||Overweight and obesity||Swallowing difficulties (texture modified diets)|
|Bariatric surgery (obesity surgery, incl. gastric banding)||Dental health||Healthy eating advice||Liver and pancreas disease||Palliative care||Teaching/Education|
|Cancer||Eating disorders (including anorexia, bulimia, compulsive eating)||Heart disease (high cholesterol/blood pressure)||Lung (respiratory) disease||PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome)||Weight management|
|Childhood nutrition||Emergency Food Relief||Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)||Malnutrition||Policy/Regulation||Women’s health|