Call For Reviewers
Reviewers Application Is Now Closed
As part of the review committee, you will play a crucial role in evaluating high quality submissions for orals, posters, workshops, panel discussions and focused presentations.
Your expertise and insights will contribute to the development of a robust program that features relevant and engaging topics for the dietetic community at ICDN2024.
Benefits of Being an Abstract Reviewer:
- Shape the research program for ICND 2024
- Stay up to date on the latest work in dietetics
- Gain valuable professional development experience on abstract per reviews
- Acknowledgement in the online book of abstracts
15 June, 2023
August to October 2023
Preferred Themes to Review:
Professional Practice, Program Development and Quality Improvement
Research or resource development that supports ongoing professional knowledge, skill, and experience development within the dietetic, nutrition and foods profession(s) and those they serve.
Communication and Collaboration
Inquiry or resource sharing aimed at observing, understanding, and improving communication and collaboration within and beyond the nutrition and foods profession(s). This may Include Interventions, language, interpersonal skills, etc.
Dietetic and Interprofessional Education
Research and resource sharing from those engaging in dietetic and/or interprofessional education and associated curriculum development, implementation, and evaluation.
Leadership and Management
Research and resource/experience sharing on efforts made to capture, describe and /or understand leadership and/or management in dietetics, nutrition, foods, wellness and/or health.
Health Promotion and Public Health
Research and resource/experience sharing on assessment, monitoring and evaluation of food and nutrition needs with communities/ populations, and intervention planning, implementation, and evaluation.
Food Systems and Provision
Research and resource/experience sharing that examines processes and/or infrastructure involved in feeding/supporting a population (e.g. group, organization, community) as well as promoting food sovereignty and lessons learned.
Food Culture, Advocacy, and Social Justice
Research and resource/experience sharing with advocacy and/or social justice components specific to community-engaged, action-based learning, or integrated processes of knowledge mobilization relevant to food culture and foodways are particularly welcome.
Nutrition Care – Adult
Research and resource/experience sharing that explores the nutrition care process (NCP, as a conceptual or theoretical framework) and associated components (including assessment, diagnosis, intervention, monitoring and evaluation) in adult patients, communities, and populations fit within this theme. Research and resource sharing related to patient- or person-centered care, dietary interventions/ patterns, application and critical examination of NCP, counseling/ coaching, and associated documentation are appropriate submissions.
Nutrition Care – Pediatric
Research and resource/experience sharing that explores the nutrition care process (NCP, as a conceptual or theoretical framework) and associated components (including assessment, diagnosis, intervention, monitoring and evaluation) in pediatric patients, communities, and populations fit within this theme. Research and resource sharing related to patient- or person-centered care, dietary interventions/ patterns, application and critical examination of NCP, counseling/ coaching, and associated documentation.
Knowledge Translation and Mobilization in Nutrition and Foods
Research and resource/experience sharing that highlights the several ways in which nutrition and foods professionals and researchers engage in integrative knowledge translation, mobilization or knowledge to action (e.g. synthesis, original research, evaluation, implementation, mobilization) to support ongoing evidence-based innovation and improvement.
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