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About the webinar:
How do current Australian infant and toddler eating habits compare to current guidelines? Join us for part two of this two-part webinar series to find out! Dr Merryn Netting and Najma Moumin will deep dive into the results of the OzFITS study, the first-of-its-kind Australian-wide survey of infant and toddler nutritional habits. Merryn and Najma will also address what this means for health professionals working with young children, and explore the principles behind defining an ‘adequate intake’. Be sure to attend part one of this webinar series or watch the recording before viewing part two.
About the speakers:
Dr Merryn Netting is an Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian and NHMRC Early Career Fellow based at the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute and the Adelaide Women’s and Children’s Hospital. Merryn is an experienced paediatric dietitian with over 30 years of clinical experience. Her research is focused on the long-term effects of early life dietary patterns, specifically related to prevention of food allergy.
Najma Moumin is a PhD candidate at the University of Adelaide, School of Medicine within the Discipline of Paediatrics. Her primary interests are public health nutrition, dietary assessments, and evaluation research. Prior to her PhD, Najma was a project manager working in international development research. Najma’s PhD project, the Australian Feeding Infants and Toddlers Study (OzFITS) is a cross-sectional survey of a national sample of Australian children <2 years. This body of work provides the most recent data on breastfeeding rates, timing of solid foods and allergens, and, for the first time, population-level energy and nutrient intake distribution.