Welcome to our 2018 honours students

In July, we welcomed our 2018 cohort of Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics Honours students. Students have recently delivered their final presentations and are working hard on their final assessment task, a report on their project in the format of a manuscript.


Student Project
Celeste Schammer Dietary patterns, diet quality of Australian 12 month olds and their association with child weight status and dental caries at 2 years of age
Chea Yee Ma Feasibility of nutritional assessment data collection in adults with intellectual disability and how available data compares with the non-disabled population and recommendation
Dimity Dutch Understanding Australian children and adolescent’s weekday versus weekend intake of discretionary choices; a secondary analysis of the National Nutrition and Physical Activity Survey (NNPAS) 2011-2012
Hanaa Chahine Incidence and causes of diarrhoea following kidney transplantation: could diet make a difference?
Jacqueline Beal Reliability and validity of a questionnaire to assess carbohydrate counting and insulin-dosing knowledge in Australian youths, aged 0 to 20 years, with type 1 diabetes
Kaitlin Brown Dietary intake, knowledge, attitudes and beliefs of women with gestational diabetes mellitus following nutrition education at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital
Katrina Porter Screen activity in adolescents with intellectual disabilities and does this influence dietary intake, nutritional status and physical activity?
Klara Huddleston The development of a training package to support the remote assessment of nutritional status in aged care facilities
Naomi McKay An exploration of engagement in the Health Online for Teens (HOT) program for adolescents above a healthy weight
Rachel Davis Habitual fibre intake in people with inflammatory bowel disease
Shabnam Kashef Is the Automated Self-Administered 24-Hour Dietary Recall (ASA24) feasible as a parent-administered tool in collecting the dietary intake of Australian children aged 9 -11 years of age?
Yan Fong Chong Human milk intake and its effect on neonatal morbidity in very low birth weight infants
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