Learning Outcomes and CPD

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Learning outcomes:

By attending the conference delegates will gain the ability to:

  • Describe the effect of the food environment on health and health inequalities.
  • Discuss how technology can be used to help us to understand the food environment.
  • Discuss ways in which the food environment can be modified to influence food choice in different settings.
  • Discuss the challenges of defining healthy, environmentally sustainable and consumer acceptable diets.
  • Discuss interventions that are being tested as a way to improve farm animal health and welfare.
  • Discuss the role of food taxes and subsidies as a driver of population change.
  • Discuss the viability of public-private partnerships as a way to improve population diet and health.
  • Understand the role of sensory science in modifying food for health and consumer acceptability.
  • Discuss strategies to help individuals choose appropriate portion sizes of foods.
  • Discuss current evidence in relation to sustaining motivation and behaviour change.
  • Discuss the need for a broad portfolio of approaches to accelerate change to a heathier diet.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD):

This conference has been endorsed by the Association for Nutrition (AfN EN132)