Food and Health 2018/2019 dates for your diary
12-Nov-18 Chrononutrition: Circadian clocks, mealtimes and metabolic disorders - book now
26-Feb-19 Menopause and the workplace
03-Jun-19 Eat, move, live: Promoting a healthy diet and active lifestyle
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About this section
To explore and develop in the form of conferences the relationships between diet, dietary ingredients and health; in particular the pharmacological activity of food derivates on specific patho-aetiological mechanisms.
Nutritionists, scientists, doctors, nurses and academics with an interest in food, health and nutrition.
Section meetings and conferences are usually organised by members of the Section council, led by the Section President.
Tuesday 9 October 2018, Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
Increasing attention has been given to the effects of diet and weight on mental health and psychological wellbeing, but what is the evidence and how can we take this into account in our clinical activity?
Day | Registration: 08:30 | Organised by: Psychiatry Section, Food & Health Forum |
Region: | Accreditation: 6 CPD Points Find out more
Monday 12 November 2018, Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
This meeting provides a unique multidisciplinary opportunity to focus on the relationship between the human circadian system, physiological processes and nutrition as well as the impact of their integrative roles in the development of metabolic disorders.
Day | Registration: 09:00 | Organised by: Food & Health Forum, Sleep Medicine Section, Physiological Society |
Region: | Accreditation: CPD - Applied for Find out more
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