Scientific Program

PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
Wednesday 15 June 2011
09.00-20.30

Registration Open

Level 2 Foyer, Marketplace
09.00-16.30
16.45-17.45
18.00-19.00

Welcome Reception

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

Level 2 Foyer, Marketplace
19.00-19.15
Conference Opening
Plenary 1 
19.15-20.15
Keynote Presentation-Professor Annie Anderson
Nutrition Interventions In Socio-Economic Disadvantaged
Groups: For Better Or For Worse?
Plenary 1
 
Thursday 16 June 2011
07.00-19.00
Registration Open
Level 2 Foyer , Marketplace
08.00-09.00
Keynote Presentation-Professor Jim Sallis
Physical  Activity  And  Built  Environments: The  Latest
International Research
Plenary 1
09.00-10.30 Orals 1

Nutrition and physical activity intervention: Reviews
Orals 2

Parenting and infant diets
Orals 3

Food security
Orals 4

Physical activity in adolescence
Orals 5

Physical activity, obesity and older adults
Orals 6

Health
consequences of sedentary behavior
  Room 104 Room 105 Room 103 Room 106 Room 101/2 Plenary 1
10.30-11.00
Morning Tea
Level 2 Foyer, Marketplace
11.00-12.30 Symposia 1

The use of new objective measures and novel methods to capture behavior change in physical activity and sedentary behavior interventions
Symposia 2

Active travel and biological health outcomes in young people
Symposia 3

European energy balance research to prevent excessive weight gain among youth (ENERGY) project


Symposia 4

Understanding and overcoming key barriers to assessing the relevance of the food environment to diet and health
Symposia 5

Innovations in the assessment of food patterns: Complex exposures in public health nutrition
Symposia 6

Promoting healthy, resilient and equitable urban food systems
  Plenary 1 Room 106 Room 104 Room 105 Room 101/2 Room 103
12.30-14.00
Lunch
Level 2 Foyer, Marketplace
Annual General Business Meeting
Room 105
14.00 -15.00
Keynote Presentation-Professor Abby King
Health Promotion In The Era Of Engagement
Plenary 1
15.00-16.00 Orals 7

Assessing diet and nutritional quality in children and adolescents
Orals 8

Physical activity and eating in children
Orals 9

Food and nutrition policy
Orals 10

Measuring physical activity in young people
Orals 11

Overweight and obesity in children
Orals 12

Parenting influences and children's physical activity
  Room 105 Room 104 Room 103 Room 106 Room 101/2 Plenary 1
16.00-16.30
Afternoon Tea
Level 2 Foyer, Marketplace
16.30-18.00 Symposia 7

Physical activity research in developing countries-What are the opportunities and challenges?
Symposia 8

Sedentary behavior
correlates, determinants and interventions
Symposia 9

Interventions on energy related behaviors in preschoolers
Symposia 10

Pricing strategies for the promotion of healthy eating
Symposia 11

Public health research on food marketing: Can it guide policy?
Symposia 12

Studying sedentary, physical activity, and dietary behaviors using non-health datasets
  Room 104 Room 106 Plenary 1 Room 105 Room 103 Room 101/2
18.00-19.00
Poster Session 1
Level 2 Foyer ,Marketplace
Membership Committee Meeting
Room 107
IJBNPA Editorial Board Meeting
Room 101/2
 
Friday 17 June 2011
07.30-18.00
Registration Open
Level 2 Foyer, Marketplace
08.00-09.00
Keynote Presentation-Professor Jaakko Tuomilheto
Prevention Of Type 2 Diabetes – The Finnish Experience
Plenary 1
09.00-10.30 Orals 13

Nutrition and physical activity interventions in children
Orals 14

Parenting and children's diets
Orals 15

Food labelling and food guides
Orals 16

Determinants of physical activity
Orals 17

Environmental influences on physical activity
Orals 18

Sedentary behavior
  Room 104 Room 105 Room 101/2 Room 103 Plenary 1 Room106
10.30-11.00
Morning Tea
Level 2 Foyer, Marketplace
11.00-12.30 Symposia 13

Sedentary behavior and health in children and adults: Building the dose-response evidence base
Symposia 14

The science and art of walking promotion: An interdisciplinary approach
Symposia 15

Neighbourhood parks and physical activity: Assessment of use and features
Symposia 16

It's the context in which people experience food-related challenges and opportunities: Using multiple qualitative
Symposia 17

Achieving reformulation of processed foods
Symposia 18

Policy interventions and information to support prevention of childhood obesity and promotion of sound nutrition
  Room 106 Room 101/2 Plenary 1 Room 103 Room 104 Room 105
12.30-14.00
Lunch & Poster Session 2
Level 2 Foyer, Marketplace
Early Career Mentoring Lunch
Room 103
14.00 -15.00
Keynote Presentation - Professor Tony McMichael
Eating, Moving And Surviving: Will Rectifying Our Current
Environmentally Non-Sustainable Ways Of Living Promote
Health In The Population At Large?
Plenary 1
15.00-16.00 Orals 19

Interventions promoting healthy lifestyles
Orals 20

Promoting fruit and vegetable consumption in adolescents and young adults
Orals 21

Food cost, access and availbility, and socioeconomic position
Orals 22

Physical activity in preschool and young children
Orals 23

Physical activity policy
Orals 24

Objective assessment of physical activity
  Room 103 Room 105 Plenary 1 Room 101/2 Room 104 Room 106
16.00-16.30
Afternoon Tea
Level 2 Foyer, Marketplace
16.30-18.00 Symposia 19

International perspectives of m-health research for physical activity, diet and obesity
Symposia 20

Active transport in children and adolescents
Symposia 21

Assessing nutrition label viewing via eye tracking
Symposia 22

Cross-continental differences in the association between neighborhood environment and physical activity in young people

Symposia 23

Understanding the role of parenting style and practices on child diet and activity
Symposia 24

Behavioral nutrition and physical activity in cancer patients and survivors
  Room 101/2 Room 106 Room 104 Plenary 1 Room 105 Room 103
19.30-22.30
10th Anniversary Dinner
ZINC at Federation Square
 
Saturday 18 June 2011
07.30-15.00
Registration Open
Level 2 Foyer, Marketplace
08.00-09.00
Keynote Presentation-Professor Melanie Wakefield
Influencing Health Behaviours For Good Using Mass Media
Plenary 1
09.00-10.30 Orals 25

Nutrition and physical activity interventions in adults
Orals 26

Determinants of eating and obesity behaviors in youth
Orals 27

Food environments
Orals 28

Eating behaviors and appetite
Orals 29

Online and new technologies in nutrition and physical activity research
Orals 30

Physical activity and sedentary behavior in the workplace
  Room 101/2 Room 104 Plenary 1 Room 103 Room 105 Room 106
10.30-11.00
Morning Tea
Level 2 Foyer, Marketplace
11.00-12.30 Symposia 25

Emerging technologies for assessing physical activity: Do they offer clarity or confusion?
Orals 31

Dietary behaviors and patterns
Orals 32

Socioeconomic position and children's diets
Orals 33

Interventions promoting physical activity-1
Orals 34

Neighborhood characteristics and physical activity
Orals 35

Mental health and physical activity
  Room 101/2 Room 105 Room 106 Room 103 Plenary 1 Room 104
12.30-13.30
Lunch & Poster Session 3
Level 2 Foyer, Marketplace
13.30-14.30 Orals 36

Nutrition interventions in adults
Orals 37

Fruit and vegetable interventions in children and their parents
Orals 38

Dieting and weight control
Orals 39

Children's physical activity: The school setting
Orals 40

Interventions promoting physical activity-2
Orals 41

Active transport and independent mobility in children
  Room 101/2 Room 105 Room 104 Room 106 Room 103 Plenary 1
14.30-15.30
Debate

"We should invest our nutrition and physical activity promotion efforts on youth rather than the ageing population"

Expert teams debating the proposition will be

For: Jim Sallis, Karen Campbell and Louise Baur

Against: Abby King, Adrian Bauman and Tony Worsley
Plenary 1
15.30-16.00
Closing Ceremony
Plenary 1
© International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 2011.