While the first half of the 20th century focused on the discovery of essential micronutrients and their role in deficiency diseases, more recent nutrition science has focused largely on how foods and dietary patterns impact non-communicable diseases. However, given that nutrition science is still in a relatively early stage, our knowledge on individual nutrients continues to deepen and evolve. This symposium will examine the latest insights on nutrients of significant interest in public health. This is a CPD event.
Date: Thursday, 21st September 2023
Location: Davenport Hotel, Dublin
5.45 pm Arrival and Registration. Prosecco and light meal.
6.15 pm Chairperson’s Introduction – Prof Eileen Gibney, Professor in Human Nutrition, University College Dublin
6.30 pm B vitamins: mental health and the ageing brain – Dr Catherine Hughes, Lecturer in Public Health Nutrition, Ulster University
7.00 pm Latest insights on iodine – Dr Sarah Bath, Registered Dietitian, Lecturer in Public Health Nutrition, University of Surrey
7.30 pm Hard arteries, soft bones – exploring the calcium, vitamin D and vitamin K triangle – Dr Eamon Laird, Lifestyle Health Researcher, University of Limerick
8.00 pm Panel Discussion
8.30 pm Close