Scientific Program - Thursday (subject to change)

07:30-08:30 Breakfast: Sponsored and served by Gad Dairies and Berman Bakery
HALL 2
08:30-10:00
Session 18: "War & Peace" food for victory
School of Health Sciences, Ariel University Center
Chairperson:
Yair Shapiro, Israel
08:30-09:00
A healthy lifestyle, self image and body image among undergraduate students in Israel
Yael Shaked, Israel
09:00-09:30
From the tent to the bench: Anti-diabetic activity of Sarcopoterium spinosum
Tovit Rosenzweig, Israel
09:30-10:00
Ways to feed a family at wartime
Esther Gonen, Israel
HALL 3
08:30-10:00
Session 19: Dietary Treatments for Epilepsy and other Neurologic Disorders
John Hopkins Hospital- Neurology and Pediatrics, Ketogenic Diet Center
In collaboration with Megapharm
(With simultaneous translation provided)
Chairpersons:
Eric H. W. Kossoff, USA
Keren Porper, Israel
08:30-09:00
Ketogenic Diets- a century of use by neurologists
Eric H. W. Kossoff, USA
09:00-09:20
Ketogenic Diet 101 for Dietitians: Initiating and Fine tuning the ketogenic diet
Zahava Turner, USA
09:20-09:40
The use of ketogenic diet in infantile spams
Lilach Peleg, Israel
10:00- 09:40
Ketogenic diet in complex metabolic diseases
Keren Porper, Israel
HALL 4
08:30-10:00
Session 20: New and exciting technologies in the exercise and weight loss "world"
Maccabi Health Service
In collaboration with Maccabi Health Service
Chairperson:
Tzachi Knaan, Israel
08:30-09:00
"New diagnostic tools at the dietitian clinic"
Yair Lahav, Israel
09:00-09:30
"Evaluation of energy balance: the technologies are right here"
Tzachi Knaan, Israel
09:30- 10:00
Treatment for weight loss and exercise by the use of smartphones - field experience from different models
Tzachi Knaan, Israel
HALL 5
08:30-10:00
Session 21: Updates on Nutrition in Children
Institute of Gastroenterology, Nutrition, and Liver Diseases
Schneider Children's Medical Center of Israel
In collaboration with Materna
(With simultaneous translation provided)
Chairperson:
Raanan Shamir, Israel
08:30-08:50
Does malnutrition in hospitalized children in Israel still occur?
Corina Hartman, Israel
08:50-09:10
Pre and Probiotic in prematures
Bruce J. German, Canada
09:10-09 :30
Nutritional Therapy in the Clinical Practice: Quality Tools
Viridiana Iavelberg, Brazil
09:30-09 :50



9:50-10:00
Oral and intravenous treatment of Crohn’s Disease in children-
International results-PRCT

Arie Levin, Israel

Q & A
10:00-10:30 Coffee Break - Exhibition Visit (Sponsored by Aroma-Israel)
HALL 2
10:30-12:00
Session 22: Let´s stop the epidemic - Strategy and action in the national program for lifestyle changes
Ministry of Health, Israel
(With simultaneous translation provided)
Chairpersons:
Ziva Stahl, Israel
Ruth Weinstein, Israel
10:30-10:50
The National Program for Healthy and Active Lifestyle
Ruth Weinstein, Israel
10:50-11:10
"Global Workplace Strategies to Manage and Prevent Obesity: A Global Case Study"
Julie Meyer,USA
11:10-11:40
"Extraordinary Roles of the Dietitian in the US Military and Health of the Troops"
Editha P. Heberlein and Maria Bovill, USA
11:40-11:55


11:55-12:00
The national plan/program for sodium reduction in Israel
Ziva Stahl, Israel

Q & A
HALL 3
10:30-12:00
Session 23: Digestive system, the gate and the control room for cholesterol in our body
In collaboration with Straus Institute and Danone Institute

Institute of the Bert Strassburger Lipid Center- Lipids and Atherosclerosis Research
Sheba Medical Center, Tel-Hashomer, Israel
(With simultaneous translation provided)
Chairperson:
Dror Harats, Israel
10:30-10:50
Sources of cholesterol in the gut - Entry to the control room
Ayelet Harari, Israel
10:50-11:10
Cholesterol absorption: Management and Control
Eti Granot, Israel
11:10-11:30
Cholesterol homeostasis: Inter-relationship between the gut and the liver
Rafi Bitzur, Israel
11:30-11:50
Dietary phytoesterol: The natural choice for cholesterol lowering
Dror Harats, Israel
11:50-12:00
Q&A
HALL 4
10:30-12:00
Session 24: Antiageing, Nutrition & Green Tea
In collaboration with Wissotsky Tea
Chairpersons:
Shaul Lev, Israel
Mariana Orbach, Israel
10:30-11:00
Ageing, antiageing, free radicals and antioxidants
Shaul Lev, Israel
11:00-11:20
Green tea as a natural protection for the skin
Veronica Silva, Israel
11:20-11:40
Green tea and Thai practices for reduction in nerve degeneration, Parkinson’s Disease and Alzheimer’s
Nirit Lev, Israel
11:40-12:00
Green Tea and Body Weight Regulation
Gabriella Segal-Liberman, Israel
HALL 5
10:30-12:00
Session 25: Infantile feeding/eating disorder- A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH
Maccabi Health Service
Chairpersons:
Nira Feldman, Israel
Tsofia Deutsh Castel, Israel
10:30-10:50
The Infantile Feeding /Eating Disorder Clinic - summary of five working years
Rachel Marmour, Israel
10:50-11:10
Developmental outcome of infants with failure to thrive and feeding difficulties
Ron Shaoul, Israel
Nurit Assaf, Israel
11:10-11:25
Treating toddlers with an eating disorder through Dyad Therapy, Psychologist and Social worker (psychotherapist)
Hila Haklili-Cohen, Israel
Naomi Feigin, Israel
11:25-11:40
Medical nutrition therapy in feeding/eating disorder during infancy
Nira Feldman, Israel
11:40-12:00
Occupational therapy in multidisciplinary infantile feeding/eating disorders
Osnat Margalit, Israel
12:00-12:30 Coffee Break - Exhibition Visit(Sponsored by Aroma-Israel)
HALL 2
12:30-14:00
Session 26: Plenary Session
(With simultaneous translation provided)
Chairperson:
Ruth Moshe, Israel
12:40-13:10
"The F Word Debate: Food First, Fortification or Fully Balanced Formula"-Mike Stroud, UK

Supported by Abbott

13:10-13:40
Global workplace strategies to manage and prevent obesity: A global case study
Bruce J. German, Canada

Supported by the Dairy Council, Israel

13:40-14:10
Narrowing the evidence gap: B-vitamins for neuroprotection
Aron Troen, Israel
14:00-15:00
Lunch Break
Supported by McDonland's
HALL 2
15:00-17:30
Session 27: International Perspectives on Childhood Obesity:
Current Initiatives and Future Actions
AODA- American Overseas Dietetic Association
(With simultaneous translation provided)
Chairpersons:
Camella Rising, USA
Brigitte Kochavi, Israel
15:00-15:20
Analysis of the strategies implemented in Mexico to combat childhood obesity in the country
Virginia Tijerina Walls, Mexico
15:20-15:30
Preventing Childhood Obesity – Promotion Of Healthy Active Lifestyles
Ziva Stahl, Israel
15:30-15:50
Socioeconomic Determinants of Childhood Obesity: Where Industrialized and Developing Worlds Meet
Marianella Herrera, Venezuela
15:50-16:00
Intensive vs semi annual treatment in obese child logitudinal data
Brigitte Kochavi, Israel
16:00-16:10
Treating obese children (and their families): one approach does not fit all
Irit Poraz, Israel
16:10-16:30
Building an International Action Plan to Help Kids Eat Right
Camella Rising, USA
16:30-17:30
Discussion
Chairmen:
Ranaan Shamir, Israel
Marianella Herrera, Venezuela
Panel: " Kids Eat Right" (at the end of the panel a video will be shown)
MOH/ MOE/ Food Industry
HALL 3
15:00-17:00
Session 28: The implication of total body nutritional assessment on the
quality of life in the Geriatric and Psychiatric patient
Ministry of Health, Israel
(With simultaneous translation provided)
Chairpersons:
Faina Tsodikov, Israel
Yosefa Kachal, Israel
15:00-15:20
Oral health in the elderly.
Tal Berg, Israel
15:20-15:50
The impact of oral health assessment, training of registered dietitians on implemeting new knowledge in their practice- A pilot study.
Naomi Trostler, Israel
Shelly Rachman Elbaum, Israel
15:50-16:10
Implementing " Oral Health Assessment" as part of the nutritional assessment in the Geriatric Rehabilitation Hospital- From theory to practice.
Revital Shoshani, Israel
16:10-16:25
A multidisciplinary program for oral health promotion among elderly living in a retirement home.
Galia Sheffer Hillel, Israel
16:25-17:00
Q&A
HALL 5
15:00-17:00
Session 29: Nutrition in the Hospitals
ESPEN (European Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition LLL (Learning Life Long))
in collaboration with the Israeli Society of Internal Medicine


Chairpersons:
Dror Dicker, Israel
Pierre Singer, Israel
15:00-15:20
Indications, contraindications, complications and monitoring of Enteral nutrition
Dr. Michael Stroud, UK

Supported by Abbott

15:20-15:40
Oral and sip feeding
Ronit Anbar, Israel
15:40-16:00
Techniques of enteral nutrition
Ilya Kagan, Israel
16:00-16:20
Formula for enteral nutrition
Shaul Lev, Israel
16:20-16:40
Case presentation
Ilya Kagan, Israel
16:40-17:00
Exam
Recognition of ESPEN: Distribution of diplomas will take place after presentation of the exam.
HALL 6
08:30-10:00
Session 30: Health Promotion: A career development pathway for
nutritionists
School for Public Health - University of Haifa
Chairperson:
Ronit Endevelt, Israel
08:30-08:50
Health promotion as an instrument to improve public health
Orna Baron Aple, Israel
08:50-09:10
Health promotion: a profession for nutritionists- a case in action for implementation of nutritional policy in health promotion
Ronit Endevelt, Israel
09:10-09:30
Clustering in health related behavior: can nutrition related behaviors be treated in isolation?
Liora Valinsky, Israel
09:30-09:45
Health Promoting School initiative using personal hygiene as entry point can positively improve the health and nutritional status of children in Nairobi’s slums
Osnat Keidar-Braun, Israel
09:45-10:00
Acquiring a healthy lifestyle in early childhood: Controlled diet and exercise through the development of mathematical logical thinking
Ronit Yaacovobitz, Israel
15:00-18:30
Workshop 5: Dietary Treatments for Epilepsy and other Neurological Disorders
Supported by Megapharm
15:00-18:30
Workshop 6: Transference and countertransference among team member treating weight-related problems