Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo (FNCE 2020)

October 2020

Virtual

 Virtual International Reception
October 17th, 2020

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Virtual International Reception

The International Affiliate of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (IAAND) is pleased to invite members to the complimentary virtual reception this year! We have a fun and engaging event planned for you where we will get to know one another, complete some business and have fun. We know you may have virtual fatigue so we have worked hard to make the reception memorable, meaningful and different. The event will happen on:

Saturday October 17 2020
2-4 pm Eastern Daylight Time
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To make this event special and to make connections, we are offering three chances to meet others from around the world, all while getting to know IAAND. We will also hold a silent auction with e-items and e-opportunities to bid on. All proceeds will support the Academy Foundation. 

This event is open to all IAAND members and supporters, so we would encourage anyone else who may want to in attend to become a supporter of IAAND, which they can do through this supporter registration link

We hope to see you on October 17th!

Goals for International Reception:

1.  Present traditional Presidents Annual Report summarizing IAAND Summary of accomplishments, priorities and future activities

2. Recognize IAAND Award winners

3. Provide personal networking opportunities to meet other dietetics professionals from around the world, discuss issues and foster future collaborations.

International Congress of Dietetics

Capetown, South Africa

September 1-3, 2021

Please plan to attend to our symposia during ICD 2021

Global Dietitian Initiatives- IAAND Colleagues Advance Professional Practice

  • Prof Rubina Hakeem, College of Home Economics (Pakistan)
  • Ms Tatyana ElKour, Independent Consultant (Jordan)
  • Prof Winnie Chee, International Medical University (Malaysia)
  • Dr Elin Lovestem, Uppsala University (Sweden)

Advancement of dietetics and international collaboration are important to dietetics professionals.   This session will highlight accomplishments regarding the implementation of the Nutrition Care Process and the concept of conducting a needs assessment to identify highest priority projects for a geographical region.

By the end of this session:

1.  Participants will ascertain the process to conduct and use regional dietetics and nutrition needs assessment similar to the MEDNA project

2.   Participants will be able to apply strategies for promoting the use of NCP/T tailored according to their country’s needs

3.  Identify opportunities for international collaboration with IAAND

ICD - 2020

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