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Date: Friday, 15 May, 2015 - 09:00 Friday, 15 May, 2015 - 09:00
Location: Royal Society of Medicine, London

Sarcopenia affects all of us as we age, leading to a loss of muscle strength and functional ability that can affect our lifestyle and mobility. Recognising the symptoms of Sarcopenia and understanding how to deal with it early on could help to manage frailty in old age that in turn leads to greater risk of falls, decreased mobility, lack of physical strength and increasing dependence on health and social care systems. 

This highly practical one day workshop focuses on what is currently happening in the UK, and is aimed at those working on the front line of advising and treating elderly patients and their clinicians and carers in hospital and care home settings; plus those helping older people living independently in their own homes.  The workshop would be of most benefit to hospital dietitians, community and public health nutritionists, GPs, nurses and care home managers. 



Professor Alastair Forbes, Clinical Professor in Medicine at the University of East Anglia

Dr Mary Hickson, Honorary Senior Lecturer and Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Medicine at Imperial College London

Dr Christine Baldwin, Lecturer in Nutrition and Dietetics at King's College London

For further infromation, including the programme and how to register, please click here.



Date: Tuesday, 9 June, 2015 - 09:00 Tuesday, 9 June, 2015 - 17:00
Location: Nutrition Society offices, London

This one day workshop is designed to make use of freely available open-source specific bioinformatics databases containing data on ontology of chemical entities.  The first part of the day introduces delegates to the database held by the European Bioinformatics Institute.  The second part provides an overview on the use of publicly available resources and enzyme portals. Tutorials will be followed by exercises to explore functionality, extract data and search for experiments on tissue, cell or nutrient of interest.

For further information, please click hereRegistration is OPEN.

Date: Wednesday, 17 June, 2015 - 09:00 Friday, 19 June, 2015 - 16:00
Location: University College Cork, Ireland

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Book by 8 May and receive the early bird offer.  To book, please click here.

The Nutrition Society's Irish Section are delighted to invite you to attend the Irish Section meeting 2015 titled 'Nutrition at key life stages: new findings, new approaches'.  We have created a packed programme consisting of Original Communications, the award of the Julie Wallace Lecture and networking opportunities. 

Read more about the conference here.


Date: Monday, 6 July, 2015 - 10:00 Monday, 6 July, 2015 - 10:00
Location: Nottingham University, Sutton Bonington Campus

Early bird offer until 26 May: Save up to 30% on your booking fee.  Book here.

Is eating more meat preferable in terms of our nutrient intake, growing obesity levels globally and the environmental impact of resource-intensive meat farming and production? Come and hear leading experts in the field discuss latest scientific research and developments on the use and sustainability of animal products in the human diet.  Read more here

Call for abstracts / Original Communications
Extended submission deadline: midnight on Friday 10 AprilSubmit your application here.

Date: Monday, 7 September, 2015 - 09:00 Tuesday, 8 September, 2015 - 09:00

We are delighted to announce that Cambridge University will be hosting the Nutrition Society's 2015 GB Postgraduate Conference from 7 - 8 September 2015. 

Further details about the conference programme and how to register to attend will be published here shortly.

If you have any queries or would like to be notified when registration is open, please contact our Conference Manager.

Nutrition Society
Date: Tuesday, 8 December, 2015 - 09:00 Wednesday, 9 December, 2015 - 17:00
Location: Royal Society of Medicine, London

Jointly organised with Royal Society of Medicine

Event topic: The roles of sleep and circadian rhythms in the origin and nutritional management of obesity and metabolic disease
Further details about the conference can be found here

Registeration and the programme will be available shortly.

If you would like to be notified when further details are released or would like to express your interest, please contact our Conference Manager.

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