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This event is now sold out. 

Access to this event and relevant information is only available in the programme booklet which was sent to all registered delegates via email on Friday 10 July. If you did not receive your programme booklet, please email the NS Live team.

 

Nutrition Society Live is a new, unique ‘virtual’ nutritional science event led by the Nutrition Society Training Academy (NSTA) and designed around current and emerging areas of nutrition research.  

Nutrition Society Live will combine lectures, NSTA workshops, virtual abstract presentations and interactive networking opportunities to create a platform for disseminating cutting-edge nutritional science and a space for building relationships. This online event will take place on the 14 and 15 July 2020 and is open to a global audience as part of the Society’s investment into the future of nutrition science.

The main theme of Nutrition Society Live is “protein”. The event will explore various aspects related to the physiological determinants for protein requirements, protein nutrition and ageing, metabolic health and disease, appetite control and weight management, novel methods for assessing protein metabolism, and protein sources and their impact on the environment and sustainability.

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Why Attend?

The environmental impact and sustainability of the populations diet continues to receive media interest, and is also being used to influence policy and inform dietary recommendations. As health professionals and experts in providing dietary advice, it is crucial Nutrition Professionals have access to the latest evidence-based research. This event brings together experts, leading researchers, scientists, and professors from across nutritional science to interact and exchange ideas on recent developments in the field, and areas of continued debate.  

Target Audience:

  • Students and early career researchers 
  • Nutritionists
  • Public health consultants 
  • Clinical Research Scientists
  • Clinical Nutritionists
  • Dietitians
  • Health Care Professionals
  • Nutrition Associations and Societies
  • Food Technologists
  • Integrated Health Promoters
  • Food Science and Nutrition Science Societies
  • Food Industrialists
  • Fitness Professionals

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