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PROGRAMME - DAY 1

07.30-09.00

REGISTRATION

09.00-09.30

Mihi Whakatau and Conference Opening

Welcome from Hon Jo Goodhew, Associate Minister of Health

09.30- 1030

Opening Keynote: High Satiety: Avoiding obesity in a super-sized world
Speaker: Barbara RolIs
Chairs: Janet Franklin and Cliona Ni Mhurchu

10.30-11.00

MORNING TEA AND EXHIBITION VIEWING

11.00-12.30

Workshop Sessions

 

Scientific Writing: How to get Published
Facilitators: Louise Baur and Rachael Taylor

Management of Adult Obesity
Facilitator: Anne-Thea McGill

Kate Berridge, John Kennelly

Translational Research: Case Studies

1. Project Energize
2. Research across Cultures

Facilitator: Elaine Rush

Perspectives: Steph McLennan, Helen Mavoa, Margaret Hinepo Williams, Gade Waqa

12.30-13.30

LUNCH (Sandwich Race) AND EXHIBITION VIEWING

13.30-1400

MINI ORAL PRESENTATIONS
Chairs: Gael Mearns and Kylie Murphy 

14.00-15.30

Early Career: Ask the Experts: Networking and Advocacy

Facilitators: Jane Martin and Robyn Toomath

Challenges in the Management of Child Obesity
Facilitators: Natalie Parkes and Shaun Tautali

Big Picture versus Little Picture: Are Parents to Blame?

Facilitators: Garry Egger and Glenda Gourley

15.30-16.00

AFTERNOON TEA AND EXHIBITION VIEWING

16.00-17.00

Keynote 2: The Foetal Footprint
Speaker: Wayne Cutfield
Chairs: Justina Wu and Joseph Proietto

17.00-18.00

ANZOS AGM

18.00-19.00

Public Lecture: For our Children's Children: What is (Y)our Role?

Chair: Jenny Shipley
Wayne Cutfield

Jim Mann

Barbara Rolls

Creating our Grandchildrens' Future - Jacqueline Rowarth

19.00-20.00

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PROGRAMME - DAY 2

07.00-08.00

Speed Networking Breakfast - The Observatory, SkyTower

07.30-08.30

REGISTRATION

08.30-09.30

Keynote 3: Sugar: A Uniquely Obesogenic Nutrient?

Speaker: Jim Mann
Chairs: Tim Gill and Sarah Shultz

09.45-11.15

Symposium Sessions

 

Theme: Basic Science - Epigenetic and Perinatal Determinants of Obesity
Chairs: Chris Maloney and Cassandra McIver

Theme: Childhood - ACAORN

Chairs: Alexia Pena and Barry Taylor

Theme: Public Health

Chairs: Jane Martin and Robyn Toomath

 

Maternal and paternal contributions to obesity- genes, environment, epigenetics
Margaret Morris

 

Periconceptional origins of adult obesity

Frank Bloomfield

 

Developmental programming of obesity – critical windows for intervention

Mark Vickers

Obesity in pregnancy - What can we do to modify outcomes for mother and baby?
Lesley McCowan

 

Baby-led weaning: a new approach for obesity prevention?

Rachael Taylor

 

Engaging families most at risk for child obesity: Lessons from the Melbourne Infant Feeding Activity and Nutrition Trial (InFANT) Program 
Karen Campbell

 

Does nutrition labelling improve consumer food choices?

Cliona ni Mhurchu 


 

 

Nutrition Communication
Barbara Rolls

 

 

11.15-11.30

MORNING TEA AND EXHIBITION VIEWING 

11.30-13.00 

Free Communications

 

Theme: Basic Science: Mechanisms underlying regulation of body weight

Chairs: Mark Vickers and Margaret Morris

Theme: Childhood
Chairs: Tim Gill and Helen Eyles

Theme: Behavioural
Chairs: Leah Brennan and Rebecca Wyse

 

Critical role of Neuropeptide FF receptor 2 in the regulation of energy balance and glucose homeostasis revealed in mice

Lei Zhang

 

CB1 antagonism mediates adiponectin signalling in obese and obese diabetic derived human skeletal muscle myotubes.

Lannie O'Keefe

  

Short term exercise ameliorates metabolic impact of maternal obesity in offspring
Margaret Morris

 

Investigating the Mechanisms Differentiating Resistance and Susceptibility to Weight Gain Following a High-Energy Dense Diet

Barbara Fam

 

Coffee and Caffeine Attenuate Symptoms of Metabolic Syndrome in Diet-Induced Obese Rats

Sunil Panchil

 

Obesity alone or with type 2 diabetes is associated with tissue specific alterations in DNA methylation and gene expression of PGC-1¦Á and IGF2 gene in adipose tissue and skeletal muscle

Miaoxin Chen

 

Foods for appetite control: developing plant-based functional foods targeting satiety

John Ingram

 

 

Typical food portion sizes consumed by New Zealand children and differences by age, gender, and ethnicity
Helen Eyles

 

Developing systems maps for interventions in the prevention of obesity in adolescents
Steven Allender

 

Implementation of a large-scale school-based obesity prevention intervention: Challenges and achievements
Kristy Bolton

 

Physiotherapy and child obesity: Current trends in Australian practice
Nikki Milne

 

Misreporting by BMI category in the 2007 Australian National Children’s Nutrition and Physical Activity Survey
Jane Bowen

 

Recognising childhood obesity: Bringing about practice change in a paediatric facility
Jo Henderson

 

A case study identifying system level intervention points for obesity prevention in a long day care setting
Jennifer Marks

 

Motivation for healthy lifestyles and weight status in a large sample of 4-8 year old children: The MInT study

Rachael Taylor

Sensitivity to reward and self control are associated with acute overconsumption
Stephanie Fay

 

Testing the utility of three social-cognitive models for predicting physical activity in overweight adults with type 2 diabetes
Ronald Plotnikoff

 

Fixed energy expenditure exercise induces similar body weight and appetite responses in males and females
Neil King 

 

Relationship between intestinal sweet taste receptor expression, post-prandial glycaemia and glucose absorption in morbidly obese subjects
Nam Q Nguyen

 

Severely obese people with type 2 diabetes experience impaired emotional well-being and socioeconomic disadvantage: Results from Diabetes MILES - Australia
John Dixon

 

Diet quality does not predict six year weight changes in mid-age women from Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health
Clare Collins

 

Preterm birth is associated with increased adiposity in men and their children
Wayne Cutfield

 

Secular trends in body mass and physical activity of New Zealand adults
Sarah Fahey

13.00-13.30

LUNCH AND EXHIBITION VIEWING

13.30 - 1400

MINI ORAL PRESENTATIONS 
Chairs: Boyd Swinburn

14.00-15.00

Keynote 4: NPY: Beyond the regulation of energy metabolism

Speaker: Herbert Herzog
Chairs: Andrew McAinch and Brian Oldfield

15.15-16.45

Symposium Sessions

 

Theme: Adult - Bariatric Surgery

Chairs: Janet Franklin and Gary Wittert

Theme: Behavioural: Can non-psychologists deliver psychologically based interventions
Chairs: Leah Brennan and Rachael Taylor

Theme: Socio Economic Environmental Determinants of Health
Chairs: Boyd Swinburn and Kathryn Backholer

 

 

 

Body Composition, energy expenditure and exercise after bariatric surgery
Jospeh Proietto

 

Long term outcomes of bariatric surgery

Gary Wittert

 

Update of Bariatric Surgery in Adolescents
Louise Baur

Training non-clinicians to deliver adapted  Motivational Interviewing for feedback to parents about their child’s weight status
Deirdre Brown

 

Training interviewers to deliver a telephone based behavioural family intervention encouraging fruit and vegetable consumption
Rebecca Wyse

 

Training non-psychologists to deliver Lifestyle Triple P - a behavioural family intervention encouraging a healthy lifestyle

Jess Bartlett

Effects of the global environment
Garry Egger

 

Causes of cases vs causes of epidemics
Alistair Woodward

 

Sociocultural influences on eating and physical activity: Not as simple as it seems
Marita McCabe

16.45-17.00

AFTERNOON TEA AND EXHIBITION VIEWING

17.00-18.05

Free Communications

 

Theme: Adult: Weight Loss
Chairs: Anne-Thea McGill and Peter Clifton

Theme: Public Health: Food Environments
Chairs: Mark Daniel and Margaret Hinepo Williams

Theme: Child: Childhood Obesity and Functionality
Chairs: Rachael Taylor and Jo Henderson

 

Surgical versus conventional therapy for weight loss treatment of obstructive sleep apnea: A randomized controlled trial
John Dixon

 

Weight loss in elderly subjects compares favourably with weight loss in younger subjects
Tegan Picone

 

Can diabetes prevention programs contribute to long-term weight loss? Preliminary results from a two-year follow up of participants in the Sydney Diabetes Prevention Program
Philip Vita

 

Effectiveness of interventions using Motivational Interviewing for physical activity and dietary modification in Adults: A systematic review
Jenna Hollis 

 

Diet choice in type 2 diabetes

Peter Clifton
 

The SHED-IT Community Trial: A randomised controlled trial of internet and paper-based weight loss programs tailored for overweight and obese men
Phil Morgan

Effects of nutrition menu labelling on adults' fast food meal selections
Maree Scully

 

Consumer testing of front-of-pack food labelling schemes
Wendy Watson

 

A constructive critique of public health arguments for anti-obesity soda taxes and food taxes
Katherine Pratt

 

Tax as a tool to prevent chronic disease: The impact of a tax on sugar-sweetened drinks
Lennert Veerman

 

Snack food availability in major supermarkets: An international comparison
Adrian Cameron

 

Non-core food impacts: Measuring children’s exposure to non-core food television advertising in Adelaide, South Australia and the impact of self-regulatory industry initiatives
Claire Gardner

Relationships of waist-to-height ratio and body fat percent with time to run 550m in primary school children
Rebecca Cooper

 

The effect of weight loss on gait characteristics of obese children
Liang Huang

 

Fitness and functionality in obese adolescents after 12 weeks of training: RESIST study
Megan Dunkley

 

The effect of a 12 month multidisciplinary lifestyle education programme on BMI-z score and cardio-metabolic outcomes
Luise Russell

 

Overweight children alter lower extremity muscle activity during walking
Sarah Shultz

 

Differences in knee extensor strength in healthy-weight and obese children
Margarita Tsiros

 

19.30-22.30

Meeting Dinner 

PROGRAMME - DAY 3

07.00-08.00

Waterfront Walk

07.30-08.30

REGISTRATION

08.30-09.10

Keynote 5: 

Speaker: Jacqueline Rowarth
Chairs: Elaine Rush and Gary Sacks

09.10-09.30

Young Investigator Awards

09.45-10.45

Free Communications

 

Theme: Adolescent
Chairs: Jacqueline Rowarth and Clare Collins

Theme: Public Health
Chairs: Robyn Toomath and Nicola Chilcott

Theme: Epidemiology
Chairs: Anna Peeters and Adrian Cameron

 

Optimum macronutrient content of the diet for adolescents with pre-diabetes: RESIST a Randomised Control Trial (ACTRN12608000416392)
Sarah Garnett

 

Structured meal plan and eating behaviours in obese adolescents with insulin resistance: RESIST study
Mandy Ho

 

Two-year outcomes of an extended adolescent weight-loss maintenance intervention involving novel additional therapeutic contact : The Loozit® Randomised Controlled Trial
Binh Nguyen

 

Preventing obesity among adolescent girls in low-income secondary schools: One-year outcomes of the NEAT Girls cluster randomized controlled trial

David Lubans

 

Health related quality of life impairment in children with overweight is highly context dependent

Sue Petersen 

Obesity and built environment: Does the association hold longitudinally?
Mark Daniel

 

Shopping behaviours of New Zealand households
Rebecca Whiting

 

Healthier school food fuels children for life
Jenny Stewart and Larissa Beeby

 

Using the SysANGELO approach to develop action plans for systems change
Lynne Millar

 

Added sugar intake of Australian children and adolescents
Tim Gill

Improving data collection for a national childhood obesity surveillance programme
Nick Townsend

 

The effect of obesity prevention and treatment strategies on the future population prevalence of diabetes among Australian adults

Kathryn Backholer

 

Prospective association of animal protein intake during puberty with body composition in young adulthood
Gesa Joslowski

 

Socio-cultural differences In primary school children’s weight and weight related behaviours
Louise Hardy

 

Does the relationship between excess body weight and risk of type 2 diabetes differ according to educational status?
Anna Peeters

10.45-11.00

MORNING TEA AND EXHIBITION VIEWING

11.00-12.30

Symposium Sessions

 

Theme: Adult
Chairs: Jerry Greenfield and Gary Wittert

Theme: Older Child/Adolescent
Chairs: Alexia Pena and Megan Dunkley

Theme: Basic Science - Energy Expenditure - the other side of the energy balance equation
Chairs: Chris Maloney and Stephen Kentish

 


Ruth Teh

 


Tania Markovic
 


Anne-Thea McGill

 

 

12.30-14.00

LUNCH AND EXHIBITION VIEWING

13.00-13.30 


Chairs: Kylie Murphy and Anna Peeters

14.00-15.00

Free Communications

 

Theme: Pacific Public Health
Chairs: Teuila Percival and Fa'asisila Savila

Theme: Childhood: Risk and Relationships
Chairs: Natalie Parkes and Karen Campbell

Theme: Basic Science: Peripheral signals mediating energy balance and obesity
Chairs: Barbara Fam and Andrew McAinch

 

Participants’ perceptions of a knowledge broking approach to facilitate the development of evidence-based policies to reduce obesity in Fiji
Gade Waqa

 

Developing and sustaining evidence-based policy-making to reduce obesity in Fiji: The TROPIC Project
Helen Mavoa

 

Body mass index and waist circumference as indicators of risk for non-communicable diseases in Pacific Islanders
Lynne Millar

 

Adolescents’ dietary patterns in Fiji and relationship with standardized BMI
Jillian Wate

 

Adolescents’ physical activity and screen-based behaviour patterns in Fiji
Ramneek Goundar

Early markers of the metabolic syndrome in children born post-term
Wayne Cutfield

 

Parental feeding practices are related to children's diet and weight
Jill Haszard

 

Which measure of adiposity is the best predictor of blood pressure in children?
Alison Coates

 

Associations between sedentary behaviour, physical activity and cardio-metabolic health in overweight and obese children
Dylan Cliff

 

Despite weight status, children with obstructive sleep apnoea have an impaired exercise capacity
Carla Evans

Obesity induced suppression of gastric satiety signals are only partially reversed by dietary change
Stephen Kentish

 

Mechanisms underlying the effectiveness of the adjustable gastric band: Insights from a rodent model
Brian Oldfield 

 

Circadian variations in gastric vagal afferent mechanosensitivity and satiety signalling
Amanda Page

 

The role of gastric neuropeptide W is regulated by food intake
Hui Li

 

The effect of GPR119 activation on genetic regulators of nutrient metabolism in cardiac muscle myoblasts
Lauren Cornall

15.00-15.30

AFTERNOON TEA AND EXHIBITION VIEWING 

15.30-16.30 

President's Debate
Presentation of awards for best papers (Elsevier and ACAORN)

 16.30

Conference Close

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Planned keynote speakers

 

Jenny Shipley will chair the lecture and professors Barbara Rolls, Wayne Cutfield, Jim Mann and Jacqueline Rowarth have all confirmed their attendance as speakers. We are thrilled to have them presenting their knowledge to the public. For more information about each speaker please visit the .

 

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Welcome Function

Date: Thursday 18 October

Time: 1900 - 2000

Venue: Rendezvous Hotel
Cost: Included

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Networking Breakfast

Date: Friday 19 October
Time: 7am – 8am
Venue: Observatory Restaurant, SkyTower
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On the morning of Friday 19 October, a 5-star networking breakfast will be held at the top of Auckland’s SkyTower in the ‘Observatory’ Restaurant. This will give you the opportunity to enjoy a 220-702 exam unique dining experience and make new contacts while exchanging ideas. A buffet breakfast offered in a relaxing environment will encourage easy movement around cosy 4-seat tables with a spectacular 200-120 exam view of the city and the Waitemata Harbour. Seats are limited so please remember to tick the speed-networking breakfast box when you register.

 

Waterfront Walk

Date: Saturday 20 October
Time: 7am – 8.30am
Venue: Meet in the lobby of the Rendezvous Grand Hotel at 0645
Cost: No Cost

Meet in the hotel replica rolex watches lobby early on Saturday morning and enjoy a walk down to Auckland’s rapidly growing waterfront. Take in the sights and sounds of the bustling Viaduct, North Wharf, Silo Park and the Queens Wharf replica watches sale development. The area is a hive of activity which features bars, restaurants, water features, public art and beautiful views across the Auckland Harbour.

 

Meeting Dinner

Date: Friday 19 October
Time: 7.30pm – 10.30pm
Venue: Rendezvous Grand Hotel
Cost: Delegate ticket included in registration fee, $140 for additional ticket

The Meeting Dinner will kick off with swiss replica watches drinks and canapés in the pre-function room. This will provide an opportunity to view the posters on display and network with fellow delegates. To follow, a banquet dinner will feature a superb menu accompanied by fine New Zealand wines and later, we invite you to pull on your dancing shoes and be entertained by comedy duo “Buffy and Bimbo”.

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