Nordic Nutrition Congress 2016

Programme

Wednesday 22 June

Room F2 Room F4+F5
08.30am-10.30am

Clinical Nutrition: Future challenges

Chair: Ursula Schwab, dr, University of Eastern Finland, Finland
Co-chair: Ingrid Larsson, dr, Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Sweden

301. FODMAP versus gluten sensitivity - do we have the clear picture?
Knut Lundin, professor, University of Oslo, Norway

302. Nutrition, gut microbiota and health - where do we stand?
Erika Isolauri, professor, University of Turku, Finland

303. Computational models of energy balance
Ola Wallengren, dr, Gothenburg University, Sweden

304. Iodine deficiency - a ghost from the past revisiting us
Lisbeth Dahl, dr, National Institue of Nutrition and Seafood Research (NIFES), Norway and the Global Iodine Network

Public Health Nutrition: Future challenges

Chair: Helle Margrete Meltzer, professor, Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Norway
Co-chair: Liisa Valsta, adjunct professor, National Institute of Health and Welfare, Finland

305. Exploring eating behavior in a changing society - challenges and opportunities
Eva Roos, professor, Folkhälsan, Finland

306. Biomarkers for dietary intake - where do we stand?
Rikard Landberg, dr, Swedish University of Agriculture (SLU), Sweden

307. Public health nutrition education
Liv Elin Torheim, professor, Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, Norway and Bryndís Eva Birgisdóttir, dr, University of Iceland, Iceland

308. A Nordic Food Composition Database - a potential goal for the future?
Liisa Valsta, adjunct professor, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland and Nordic Food Analysis Network (NFAN)

10.30am-11.00am Coffee break
11.00am-12.30pm

Plenary Session: Dietary patterns and health - what do we really know?

Chair: Anna Winkvist, professor, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Co-chair: Eva Roos, professor, Folkhälsan, Finland

309. Recent advances in research into a Healthy Nordic dietary pattern
Matti Uusitupa, professor, University of Eastern Finland, Finland

310. Challenges involved in studying a traditonal Sami diet pattern as a determinant of health in a modern time
Lena Maria Nilsson, dr, Umeå University, Sweden

311. Nutrients vs dietary patterns in nutrition epidemiology - methodological considerations
Isabel Drake, dr, Lund University, Sweden

12.30pm-13.00pm

Closing session

13.00-14.30 General Assembly, The Nordic Dietetic Association (members only). Room: R13