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APCCN 2017 — Asia Pacific Conference on Clinical Nutrition
26 Nov 2017 - 29 Nov 2017 • Adelaide, Australia
Abstract:
It is our honour to host the 2017 APCCN in Adelaide, South Australia. The CSIRO have been working together with the Nutrition Society of Australia, the University of South Australia, the South Australian Medical Research Institute, Flinders University and Adelaide University to create an insightful, educational and inspiring scientific program. Over the coming months we look forward to progressively sharing information about the speakers, topics and activities. It is our hope that the conference will be a melting pot of minds, where we will share our knowledge, and experiences and make new professional connections. We cordially invite you to Adelaide and to the conference. Let’s talk clinical nutrition, let’s find solutions for nutrition in our rapidly changing world!
Contact:
Annabel Holliss;     Phone: [08 8330 4402];     Email: aholliss@arinex.com.au
Topics:
nutrition, dietitians, dietitics
Event listing ID:
821797
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