CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
#NIHC2019 conference learning objectives
All attendees will receive a detailed certificate of attendance, which may be used to self-report CPD points. The total for the Friday and Saturday conference will be 9.75 hours, with additional Sunday sessions bringing the available total to 14.25 hours.
Some professional bodies require completion of a pre-activity and a post-activity for attendees to receive the maximum number of professional development points. If your college has these requirements:
To learn about the latest research on the leading lifestyle factors to influence health outcomes.
To learn about the role and benefits of a whole food plant-based diet in the prevention, management and reversal of chronic medical conditions.
To learn ways of implementing up-to-date nutrition science research into clinical practice.
Please read the following articles:
Barnard, N.D., Cohen, J., Jenkins, D.J., Turner-McGrievy, G., Gloede, L., Green, A. and Ferdowsian, H., 2009. A low-fat vegan diet and a conventional diabetes diet in the treatment of type 2 diabetes: a randomized, controlled, 74-wk clinical trial. The American journal of clinical nutrition, 89(5), pp.1588S-1596S.
Esselstyn Jr, C.B., Gendy, G., Doyle, J., Golubic, M. and Roizen, M.F., 2014. A way to reverse CAD? Journal of Family Practice, 63(7), pp.356-364.
Tuso, P.J., Ismail, M.H., Ha, B.P. and Bartolotto, C., 2013. Nutritional update for physicians: plant-based diets. The Permanente Journal, 17(2), p.61.
Write a reflective piece of up to 500 words on the benefits of a whole food plant-based diet upon the prevention, management and reversal and chronic medical conditions and email this to DFN.
Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine accreditation
The Nutrition in Healthcare Conference 2019 is an Accredited Activity with the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine for 30 PRPD Points upon completion of pre- and post-activities (ACRRM ID: 15810).