A HAES approach aims to offer an effective and ethical alternative to the conventional weight-centred approach to eating and health. The HAES practice promotes self-care within a compassion-centred philosophy. The philosophy is also deeply concerned with social justice and brings social determinants of health into view in nutritional wellbeing as well as challenging overt and implicit size bias in and beyond health care.
This HAES_workshop explores the evidence and provides an introduction to HAES practice in the clinic.
The study day is aimed at dieticians, nurses and other health care professionals working with cancer patients. The day aims to update on studies and initiatives in pelvic radiation disease, screening, enhanced recovery in upper GI and survivorship clinics.
For further information, to view the programme and to register for this event, please visit the Royal Marsden website.
Tuesday, 21 May, 2013 - 09:00 to 17:00
The Royal Marsden Education and Conference Centre, London, UK
This conference aims to cover the most significant recent research and evidence which shows that man's evolution has been influenced by a significant exposure to an aquatic or semi-aquatic environment and that this has important implications, not only on understanding our past, but provides vital information about our present lifestyle and future destiny.
Wednesday, 8 May, 2013 - 17:00 to Friday, 10 May, 2013 - 18:00
Are you a researcher working in the field of nutrition and food science? Do you want to move your innovative research to the market?
Food & Health Entrepreneurship Program (FHEP) is a one-week course open for international academic researchers and engineers working in the fields of nutrition and food science focused to move ahead the research to the food industry.
This meeting brings together researchers with interests in cannabinoids and the endocannabinoid system from Ireland, UK, Europe and America. The speakers are carrying out cutting edge research on the pharmacology of cannabinoids and their importance under physiological and pathophysiological conditions.
There will be talks chosen from the submitted abstracts as well as poster sessions. This meeting will offer bursaries for young scientists and networking opportunities for all.
Thursday, 18 April, 2013 - 13:00 to Saturday, 20 April, 2013 - 13:15
This meeting is to highlight the growing national and international interest in cereal grain research and food product innovation. The speakers will highlight the substantially strengthened scientific basis for a new generation of cereal-based products with enhanced nutritional and health benefits and the need for action to enhance public health communications by policymakers and national and global food authorities.
Early bird rates apply for this meeting until Wednesday 27 February 2013, these rates start as low as £35 for RSM members and £45 for non RSM members.
Building Partnerships - Consumer Behaviour and Understanding
Health Claims Europe presents a new and exciting program Sustainable Food Supply, Processing & Products. Sustainability may be covered by a wide array of definitions. This workshop wants to clarify in which directions Sustainable Food Supply, Processing & Products will develop. The main focus of the meeting will be the analysis of the current situation and a forecast of expectations and ways to develop strategic partnerships.