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Photo Gallery - Tackling Diet-related Disease in New Zealand - the need, the evidence, the priorities

Tuesday, 4 September 2018 (Nordmeyer Lecture Theatre, University of Otago, Wellington)

University of Otago Wellington medical student Chase Glass opening the Symposium with a mihi whakatau Prof Richard Edwards, University of Otago Wellington emceeing the symposium Hon Dr David Clarke, Minister for Health, was the first speaker of the day Hon Dr David Clarke, Chase Glass, Dr Rob Beaglehole (Ministry of Health) and Prof Cliona Ni Mhurchu (University of Auckland) listening to the presentations Prof Jim Mann, from the Healthier Lives National Science Challenge (a co-sponsor of the symposium) setting the scene with a presentation on 'Diet and the burden of disease' Dr Lisa Te Morenga, Victoria University, setting the scene with a presentation on 'Diet and the burden of disease - a Māori perspective' Prof Boyd Swinburn, University of Auckland, presenting INFORMAS research on monitoring the healthiness of New Zealand Food Environments The audience watching Prof Boyd Swinburn's presentation Prof Cliona Ni Mhurchu, University of Auckland, presenting an overview of DIET's research on evaluating the effectiveness of dietary inventions Hon Dr David Clarke, Prof Cliona Ni Mhurchu and Chase Glass Prof Tony Blakely, University of Otago Wellington, presenting BODE3 research estimating the intervention impacts on health outcomes Dr Sally Mackay, University of Auckland, presenting INFORMAS research on packaged food in New Zealand Dr Helen Eyles, University of Auckland, presenting DIET research on reformulation of process foods Dr Cristina Cleghorn, University of Otago Wellington presenting BODE3 research on the estimated impact of reduced sugar consumption in New Zealand Prof Nick Wilson, University of Otago Wellington, presenting BODE3 research on the estimated impact of reduced salt consumption in New Zealand DIET symposium attendees enjoying morning tea DIET symposium attendees enjoying morning tea DIET symposium attendees enjoying morning tea Prof Jim Mann, Prof Richard Edwards, Dr Lisa Te Morenga and Prof Cliona Ni Mhurchu chatting during morning tea break Prof Cliona Ni Mhurchu answering Kim Hill's question during the panel discussion on Priorities for Action Megan Tunks, from Toi Tangata, and Simon Kenny, from McDonald's Restaurants (NZ) during the panel discussion on Priorities for action Simon Kenny answering Kim Hill's question, while Megan Tunks listens, during the the panel discussion DIET symposium attendees watching the panel discussion on priorities for action, moderated by Kim Hill Prof Cliona Ni Mhurchu talking during the panel discussion, while Kim Hill, Megan Tunks and Simon Kenny listen Kim Hill asking a question of the panelists

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