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Nutrition & Cooking Education Symposium

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Newcastle

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Newcastle, NSW 2300

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The Nutrition and Cooking Education Symposium is going ahead virtually!

We are still accepting poster submissions until the 5th of June. For guidelines and submission please contact Roberta Asher

This is a not-for-profit event supported by the University of Newcastle, Priority Research Institute for Physical Activity and Nutrition (PRCPAN). Ticket fees and donations will be used for poster prices and student and early carrer research awards. Thank you everyone for supporting this!

We have an exciting program and are looking ahead!

The organising Team


Draft Program

08.00-08.10am Welcome - Dr Tamara Bucher & Dr Jenna Hollis

08.10-09.00am Session 1 Cooking Education, Chair Dr Tamara Bucher

Guidelines for designing age-appropriate children’s cooking interventions: the development of evidence-based cooking recommendations for children, a multidisciplinary approach – Prof Moira Dean

The Devil is in the detail: an effective co-creative multidisciplinary strategy to content development for children’s cooking interventions – Dr Fiona Lavelle

Measuring success – the need for validated measures in cooking skills and nutrition education – Dr Tony Benson

09.00-09.15am Morning Tea Break with Energizer

09.15-10.00am Session 1 Cooking Education continued, Chair Dr Vanessa Shrewsbury

Development of the Home-Cooking EnviRonment and equipment Inventory Observation Form (Home-CookERITM): an assessment of content validity, face validity and inter-rater agreement – Ms Sonja Schönberg

Preconception, pregnancy and postpartum interventions with a culinary education: A Systematic Review – Dr Rachael Taylor

Cook-EdTM: A model to guide the planning, development and evaluation of domestic cooking education programs – Ms Roberta Asher

10.00-10.30am Discussion Cooking Education, facilitated by Dr Emma Becket

10.30-11.00am E-Poster Session facilitated by Ms Roberta Asher

11.00-01.00pm Lunch Break – Go offline and have a walk

01.00-02.00pm Session 2 Nutrition Education, Chair Prof Clare Collins

Taste and Learn™: a new validated education resource for primary schools to increase vegetable enjoyment and other mediating factors of vegetable consumption – Dr Astrid Poelman

Which components of existing nutrition education programs are most effective? A quasi-experimental study in Dutch primary school children aged 8-12 years old – Ms Angeliek Verdonschot

A cluster randomised controlled trial of a sugar-sweetened beverage intervention in Australian secondary schools – MsJia Ying

Development of a nutrition education m-health intervention to improve the nutritional quality of primary school children’s lunchboxes – Ms Renee Reynolds

02.00-02.15pm Afternoon Break and Energizer

02.15-03.30pm Session 2 Nutrition Education continued, Chair Dr Jenna Hollis

Integrating nutrition and mathematics into the Australian primary school curriculum: perspectives of teachers and students – Ms Berit Follong

Food Literacy and Numeracy in Australian Secondary Schools – Ms Shirin Shakeri

Incorporating the online Australian Eating Survey® into an Educational Package for the Delivery of Nutrition Education in Secondary Schools – Ms Tammie Jakstas

Playing a nutritionally focussed serious game: can it improve children’s nutrition knowledge? – Ms Nienke De Vlieger

Psychological mechanisms involved in the effect of social media food marketing on adolescents’ food-related attitudes and dietary behaviours: a theoretical framework – Ms Daphne van der Bend

03.30-04.00pm Final Discussion, Closing and Awards

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