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Now displaying: October, 2020
Oct 16, 2020

The incredible Karen Inge has had many firsts in her remarkable career: she was the first dietitian appointed to an AFL club, the founding Head of Nutrition at the Victorian Institute of Sport, the inaugural Vice President of Sports Dietitians Australia and the first dietitian to be made a Fellow of Sports Medicine Australia. In this podcast, Karen talks about the sliding door moments that shaped her career and modestly describes the profound impact she's had on the field of sports nutrition. Karen also touches the importance of creating meaningful relationships and explains why some of your biggest disappointments can become your biggest opportunities.

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Oct 2, 2020

After spending 20 years working in the field, Dr Nicole Kiss is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to oncology nutrition. In this podcast, we chat to Nicole about how she found her niche and why she's so passionate about helping people make it through their biggest challenge yet. We delve into her work in cancer-related malnutrition and sarcopenia, discuss where the current gaps lie in the literature and explore some of the most common cancer-related nutrition issues. Plus, Nicole details her experiences transitioning from clinical dietetics into the world of research and shares her thoughts on how the nutritional management of oncology patients has changed for the better over time.

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