Measuring dietary intake: new approaches to collect, analyse and interpret data
Date: Friday, 6 December 2019
Time: 8:30am – 2:30pm
Location: NewSpace, Room X803, University of Newcastle, NSW
Cost: $50 for NSA members, $65 for non-members. Includes tea/coffee, morning tea and lunch.
Registration closing date: 22 November 2019
This satellite seminar to the NSA Scientific Meeting will assess how individual dietary intake plays an important role in surveillance, epidemiology, and determining the effect of interventions. Collection, analysis and interpretation of dietary intake data is not without its challenges. In this half-day seminar, advances in methods to address these challenges will be presented, along with updates on the Australian Food Composition Program and the next National Nutrition Survey.
- Professor Clare Collins, University of Newcastle
- Professor Deb Kerr, Curtin University
- Professor Margaret Allman-Farinelli, University of Sydney
- Professor Sarah McNaughton, Deakin University
- Dr Tracy McCaffrey, Monash University
- Mr Paul Atyeo and Mr Robert Long, Australian Bureau of Statistics
- Ms Shari Tompsett, Food Standards Australian and New Zealand
- Dr Megan Rollo, University of Newcastle
For more information contact Dr Megan Rollo, email@example.com