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Monday 10 November 2014

The Wimpole Lecture Theatre
at the Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, London, W1G 0AE

Organised by the Food & Health Forum and the McCarrison Society

 

AGENDA - venue and Registration

Food & Health Forum, RSM - Direct Line: (+44) (0) 20 7290 2984 Direct Fax: (+44) (0) 20 7290 2989

Web: https://www.rsm.ac.uk/events/events-listing/2014-2015/sections/food-health-forum/fhf01-hidden-hunger.aspx

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Hidden hunger

Monday 10 November 2014

The Wimpole Lecture Theatre
at the Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, London, W1G 0AE

Organised by the Food & Health Forum and the McCarrison Society

9.30 am Registration, tea and coffee

10.00 am Welcome and introduction
Mr Anthony Mander, President, Food & Health Forum,

Royal Society of Medicine

10.10 am Chair – Professor Alan Jackson, Director NIHR Southampton Biomedical Research Centre in nutrition

Special involvement of essential fatty acids: Embryonic heart development, placental growth, neurogenesis and finally brain development

Professor Michael Crawford, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, Institute of Brain Chemistry and Human Nutrition, RSM Food and Health Forum

10.40 am Detection and management of in utero malnutrition
Professor Jason Gardosi, Director Perinatal Institute, Birmingham

11.10 am Tea and coffee break (20 min)

11.30 ChairProfessor Michael Crawford, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust,  Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, Institute of Brain Chemistry and Human Nutrition, RSM Food and Health Forum

          Educating boys and girls in fathering and bearing healthy children: Epigenetic effects
Mr Simon H House, McCarrison Society and Pre- and Perinatal Societies

12.00 Estuaries the origin of our life and nutrients: deficits due to their damage
Mr Robert A Brown, Chair of the McCarrison Society

12.30 pm Panel

12.50 to 1.50 Lunch

1.50 pm ChairMrs Alison Smith, Registered Dietitian and Spokesperson for the Nutrition Advisory Group for Older People (NAGE), a Specialist Group of the British Dietetic AssociationHealthy eating - strategies to deal with malnutrition
Professor Alan Jackson, Director NIHR Southampton Biomedical Research Centre in nutrition

2.20 pm Experience of 'Dining Companions' - a clinical and pastoral approach in acute and hospice services.
Mrs Yve White-Smith, Chaplain United Lincolnshire Hospital Trust & St Barnabas Hospice.

2.50 pm Tea break (20 min)

3.10 pm Chair – Professor Jason Gardosi, Director Perinatal Institute, Birmingham Malnutrition in hospitals
Dr Ruth McKee, Glasgow, British Association for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (BAPEN)

3.40 pm Importance of nutrient density, risk of sarcopenia in later life

Mrs Alison Smith, Registered Dietitian and Spokesperson for the Nutrition Advisory Group for Older People (NAGE), a Specialist Group of the British Dietetic Association

4.00 pm Actions for generating healthy children

The Rt Hon Frank Field MP, Early Foundations, The First 1001 Days

4.30 pm Panel

4.50 pm Completion of evaluation forms

4.55 pm Close of meeting

CPD: To be confirmed (Applied for)

 

 Hunger can be in disguise as obesity, as well as hidden socially. Current scientific opinion involves the early detection of poor nutrition ,malnutrition ,as early as possible, perhaps even a generation or two ahead! –  reflecting current trends in epidemiology and epigenetics. 

 

  
National and global strategies are clearly needed. The UK alone has 3 million people malnourished. Obesity’s harm is exceeded over 20 times by mental disorders costing £113 billion. This meeting will explore whether strategy should concur with our evolution, preferring natural foods and regaining some of our seafood loss, "human brain-food".

 

Aim: To review the effects of hidden hunger

 

Objectives:

 

  • To focus attention on the critical stages of conception and early months
  • Sustaining through stages of life
  • Resourcing essential nutrients

 

 

Anthropological, Medical and Nutritional Considerations

We are delighted to invite you to this very exciting 2 day international conference

Wednesday 8th– Friday 10th May 2013
Venue: Grange St.Paul’s Hotel, London EC4V 5AJ

This conference aims to cover the most significant recent research and evidence which shows that man's evolution has been influenced by a significant exposure to an aquatic or semi-aquatic environment and that this has important implications, not only on understanding our past, but provides vital information about our present lifestyle and future destiny. We are delighted that special guests, including Sir David Attenborough, Sir David King, Professor Michael Crawford, Dame Valerie Beral, Professor Brunetto Chiarelli and Professor Stephen Oppenheimer, to mention but a few, will be participating.
Some major highlight of the conference is on:
‘Origin and Evolution of Speech’
‘Global Nutrition - the Implication on Health and Poverty’
Early booking is recommended to avoid disappointment!
To book and view the programme, please visit www.royalmarsden.nhs.uk/humanevolution
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Tel: 020 7808 2921 / 020 7808 2924

Wednesday 8 May 2013 9:30am - 4:30pm

Venue: Royal Society Of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, LONDON, W1G 0AE

Royal Society of Medicine Food & Health Forum

This event aims to look at the myths surrounding eggs, including why they were wrongly linked to an increased CHD risk, food safety concerns that have been overcome with the British Lion scheme and the facts about egg allergy. The event will present the latest research and look at why eggs are now positively recommended as a valuable part of a healthy diet.

More details, programme and booking

Contact:

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7290 3935
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