Nordic Nutrition Congress 2016

Programme

Monday 20 June

Opening session
Chair: Ingvar Bosaeus, Congress President

Room F2 Room F4+F5
08.30am-10.00am

Opening session
Chair: Ingvar Bosaeus, Congress President

Opening ceremony
Mads Frederik Fischer-Møller, senior adviser/food, Nordic Council of Ministers, Denmark

Annika Åhnberg, chairman SNF, Sweden

101. Keynote lecture: Diet and genes: personalised nutrition for better health?
Marju Orho-Melander, professor, Lund University, Sweden

102. Nils-Georg Asp lecture: 50 years of dietary fibre research and future perspectives
Per Åman,
professor, Swedish University of Agriculture (SLU), Sweden

10.00am-10.30am Coffee break
10.30am-12.30pm

Clinical Nutrition: Pediatrics

Chair: Ingibjörg Gunnarsdottir, professor, National University Hospital of Iceland, Iceland
Co-chair: Agneta Hörnell, professor, Umeå University, Sweden

103. Infancy-onset dietary counseling from childhood to early adulthood - the Special Turku Coronary Risk Factor Intervention Project
Olli Raitakari, professor, University of Turku, Finland

104. To be or not to be exposed - the role of weaning diet in development of allergy
Agnes Wold, professor, Gothenburg University, Sweden

105. Infant nutrition and child health - evidence for diet against disease
Inga Thorsdottir, professor, University of Iceland, Iceland

Oral abstract presentations:

O101. Diary and fish product intake and plasma phospholipid acids in young children
Lene Frost Andersen, professor, University of Oslo, Norway

O102. Dietary total antioxidant capacity in early school age and subsequent allergic disease
Anna Bergström, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

Public Health Nutrition: You are what you eat?

Chair: Inge Tetens, professor, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Co-chair: Elling Bere, professor, University of Agder, Norway

106. Can we trust intake data?
Lene Frost Andersen, professor, University of Oslo, Norway

107. Reconciling conflicting evidence from observational studies and randomized controlled trials – exemplified by dietary protein and weight change
Mikkel Ankarfeldt, dr, Novo Nordisk A/S, Denmark and Utrecht University, Netherlands

108. Lean or fit – can exercise and diet modify health-risks of obesity?
Mikael Fogelholm, professor, University of Helsinki, Finland

Oral abstract presentations:

O103. Dietary habits in adolescence and midlife and risk of breast cancer
Alfheidur Haraldsdottir, University of Iceland, Iceland

O104. Dietary intakes and gut microbiota composition in a Swedish population
Louise Brunkwall, Lund University, Sweden

12.30pm-2.00pm Lunch and poster viewing
2.00pm-3.30pm

Plenary Session: Vitamin D in perspective

Chair: Christel Lamberg-Allardt, professor, University of Helsinki, Finland
Co-chair: Inge Tetens, professor, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

109. Vitamin D status in the Nordic countries in the light of methodological standardization
Rikke Andersen, dr, Technical university of Denmark, Denmark

110. Fortification as a solution for increasing vitamin D status 
Christel Lamberg-Allardt, professor, University of Helsinki, Finland

111. Vitamin D and bone health – anything new?
Haakon Meyer, professor, University of Oslo, Norway

112. Benefits gained by improving vitamin D status in relation to overdiagnosis of insufficiency, overtreatment and potential harms?
Karl Michaëlsson, professor, Uppsala University, Sweden

4.00pm-4.30pm Coffee break and poster viewing
4.30pm-6.30pm

Clinical Nutrition: Disease-related malnutrition

Chair: Tommy Cederholm, professor, Uppsala University, Sweden
Co-chair: Knut Lundin, professor, University of Oslo, Norway

113. Nutrition diagnosis - how dietitians identify and describe patients´ nutritional problems using standardized terminology
Elin Lövestam, dr, Uppsala University, Sweden

114. Defining malnutrition - mission or mission impossible? 
Ingvar Bosaeus, professor, Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Sweden

115. Nutrition and patient safety
Randi Tangvik, dr, Oslo University Hospital, Norway 

Oral abstract presentations:

O105. Unsatisfactory knowledge and use of terminology regarding malnutrition, starvation, cachexia and sarcopenia among dietitians in Belgium, The Netherlands, Norway and Sweden
Lies ter Beek, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

O106. Association between weight change and mortality in community living older people followed for up to 14 years. The Hordaland Health Study (HUSK)
Teresa R. Haugsgjerd, University of Bergen, Norway 

Public Health Nutrition: Mother and Child

Chair: Inga Thorsdottir, professor, University of Iceland, Iceland
Co-chair: Helle Margrete Meltzer, professor, Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Norway

116. Schoolmeals and health - the PROMEAL-study
Agneta Hörnell, professor, Umeå University, Sweden 

117. Childhood obesity trends in the Nordic countries
Berit Heitmann, professor, Frederiksberg Hospital, Denmark

118. Maternal nutrition and child health
Ingibjörg Gunnarsdottir, professor, National University Hospital of Iceland, Iceland

Oral abstract presentations:

O107. Iodine intake in pregnancy is associated with neurodevelopment at age 3 years: Results from The Norwegian Birth Cohort Study (MoBa)
Marianne Hope Abel, Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Norway

O108. Effects of a 2-year Individualized and Family-based Lifestyle Intervention on Physical Activity and Diet Quality in Children
Aino-Maija Eloranta, University of Eastern Finland, Finland 

 

6.45pm-approx. 8.30pm Welcome reception