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The theme of this conference is 'Evidence to practice - not always black and white'. Several prominent speakers have been invited to share their expertise and enthusiasm to inspire delegates to investigate how to adapt these workforce changes and explore the issues around the translation and implementation of available evidence into practice, especially relating this to their own area of practice.
Workshops will include an Indigenous focus:
TW3 - Evidence to practice in Aboriginal health - challenges and potential solutions for dietitians
Presenters: Annabelle Wilson, Colette Lappin, Camilla Leaver, Michael Manders, Melanie Reid
This workshop will provide an opportunity to discuss and workshop some of the findings from a PhD study looking at how dietitians work with Aboriginal people and how they might do it better. Issues associated with translating this evidence and other evidence into practice will be considered by dietitians who work in the area of Aboriginal health. Participants will be invited to submit a practical scenario prior to the workshop. This workshop will conclude with a brainstorming session about the best way to move forward dietetics in Aboriginal health, especially within the South Australian context.
The theme of the 29th national conference of the Dietitians' Association of Australia, was 'Evidence to practice - not always black and white'. This theme was chosen to reflect the new international standard of good practice in dietetics. This new standard highlights the need to use evidence-based information in combination with experience, judgement and clients' needs, to guide decision-making in dietetics.
The conference attracted around 600 delegates from all over Australia. Kathy Ride from the Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet ran a cafe.HealthInfoNet cafes
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