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ANA Conference 2017 eUpdate 3: November 2016

Thursday, November 10, 2016   Posted in: Conferences By: Administrator With tags: physical activity, nutrition, conferences

There is only 2 weeks ​until abstract submissions close on Friday 25th November.​

We want your abstracts by 25th November

Do you have something to say about public health nutrition and physical activity in the following topics:

  • Changing the obesogenic environment
  • Delivering within culturally appropriate frameworks
  • Enhancing nutrition and physical activity in the education sector
  • Tackling childhood obesity
  • Improving sustainability and food security outcomes
  • Translating knowledge to action
  • Addressing nutrition controversies

Then we want to see your abstract!

Find out more about submitting an abstract for the ANA Conference 2017.

Three reasons to submit an abstract

  1. Sharing your stories means you're contributing to the future success of our sector!
  2. We have a variety of presentation types to suit all styles and personalities. Have a short, sharp viewpoint or story to tell? Then check out our lightning presentations. Feeling shy? Present with a poster!
  3. You don't have to be an academic, you don't need a university degree; if you have stories, collaborations or projects - we want to hear from you.

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