Special Interest Network on Nutrition & Diets


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The use of science, innovation and partnerships to begin to control micronutrient deficiencies in millions of children globally

Speaker: Prof. Stanley Zlotkin

Duration: 0:55:21


Vitamin D, here, there and everywhere: some management strategies

Speaker: Colin Michie

Duration: 0:29:19
Learning objectives: At the end of the video, viewers will: (1) Understand that vitamin D is not really a vitamin, but really a steroid hormone with many effects (2) Develop an awareness of why vitamin D levels are important for all children: this is a public health issue (3) Understand that improving vitamin D levels can be achieved: it requires community involvement and comes with some risks


Feeding the allergic child

Speaker: Sophia Kallis

Duration: 0:18:34
Learning objectives: At the end of this video viewers will: (1)Understand the evidence for primary and secondary prevention of atopy. (2)Understand the trial elimination diet and choice of specialist feeds. (3)Understand how and when to reintroduce allergens back into the diet.


Cow’s milk allergy – more than just IgE

Speaker: Leanne Goh

Duration: 0:22:09
Learning objectives: At the end of this video viewers will: (1) understand what cow's milk protein allergy is; (2) learn the common presentations with a particular focus on non-IgE mediated disease; and (3) understand and be able to practice management strategies.


What can we do to combat the obesity epidemic?

Speaker: Terence Stephenson

Duration: 0:28:52
Learning objectives: At the end of this video viewers will: (1) understand the evidence that there is an obesity epidemic among young people in a large number of countries; (2) be updated on the short and long term consequences of this for children and young people; and (3) learn about possible opportunities for prevention using public health interventions.


Understanding and applying the latest guidelines for identifying food allergies

Speaker: Katie Allen

Duration: 0:33:53
Learning objectives: At the end of this video viewers will: (1) understand how IgE mediated presents and how to diagnose and optimally manage this condition; (2) understand the prevalence of food allergy and the evidence for whether it is on the rise; and (3) understand the role modifiable lifestyle factors (such as infant feeding) play in modifying the risk of food allergy.


Pediatric Gastroenterology & Nutrition Update - from Diet to Digestive Health

Speaker: Katie Allen

Duration: 0:26:23
Learning objectives: At the end of this video viewers will: (1) understand how non-IgE mediated food allergies present and what is known about the underlying mechanisms of the disease;(2) understand how are they best managed; and (3) learn the natural history of these conditions and if there are prognostic indicators for resolution.


Complementary Foods: Appropriateness From a Nutritional and Safety Perspective

Speaker: Raanan Shamir

Duration: 0:19:19


Early Feeding Practices and their Impact on Healthy Eating Habits

Speaker: Johanna Kuenzel

Duration: 0:16:12



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