NCAND Regional Meeting in Asheville 2019

"Feeding the Mind and the Body"

Friday September 13, 2019

Asheville Event Center (291 Sweeten Creek Rd)

This regional meeting is worth up to 6 CEUs with the potential to earn 1 additional CEU for exhibitor interaction!


Registration: NCAND Regional Meeting in Asheville 2019

 

Registration
Rates
Early Bird Online
Registration
(On or before September 9, 2019)
On Site
Registration
(Day of the meeting)
NCAND Member
$80
$100
Non-NCAND Member
$130
$150
Student
$40
$60

Nearby Hotels:

Brookstone Lodge Asheville
4 Roberts Road - (0.70 miles from meeting venue) 

Holiday Inn & Suites Asheville Downtown
42 Tunnel Road - (5.90 miles from the meeting venue)

Courtyard by Marriott Asheville
1 Buckstone Place - (6.4 miles away from the meeting venue)

NCAND has not secured a room block at a specific hotel for this meeting, however we do encourage meeting attendees book your hotel stay as soon as possible due to a city wide event taking place on September 13-15.

Internship Fair:

NCAND will be holding their annual internship fair this regional meeting.  Click here to learn more about this event.  If your institution would like to participate in the internship fair, please complete this form

Food Drive:

NCAND will be having a food drive to benefit the MANNA food bank in Asheville.  For each item of food donated you will receive a raffle ticket to be entered to win a Trader Joe's gift card.  Click here to see the most needed items for the food bank.

Social Event:

There will be a social event on Thursday September 12 from 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm at 36 Montford Ave Asheville held on the second floor.  Heavy hor d'oeuvres and beverages will be provided, and this is open to all registered meeting attendees.  Door prizes will be given out at this event.

*Agenda:

Time
Speaker/Lecture
8:00 - 8:45 am
Registration & Breakfast & Visit Exhibits
8:45 - 9:00
Welcome & Announcements
 
9:00 - 10:00
"Dietary Fat and Dopamine Neurotransmission"
Steve Fordahl, PhD
Lecture Summary: The neurotransmitter dopamine aids in reward-based learning, arousal, and attributing value to salient stimuli like palatable food and drugs of abuse.  Dietary fat has been shown to change some intrinsic properties of dopamine neurons that affect how dopamine neurotransmission is regulated.  This talk will discuss recent laboratory findings on how saturated and unsaturated fat differentially alter the dopamine system in a pre-clinical model of weight gain. (1 CEU)
 
10:00-  11:00
"Food Allergies: When Food Becomes a Four Letter Word"
Raquel Durban MS, RD, CSP, LD/N
Lecture Summary: Food allergy management extends beyond avoidance and substitutions. Treatment plan applicability for management of food allergies also encompasses quality of life, access to appropriate foods, financial burden, nutritional completeness and transition of care.  (1 CEU)
Internship Fair - Guest Speaker
“From Good Student to Great Intern to Superstar RD” 
Myra Vergani, MS, RD, LDN, CDE
11:00 - 11:30 
Break & Visit Exhibits

11:30 am - 12:30 pm
"Food Psychology: Why We Eat More Than We Think"
James Painter, PhD, RDN
Lecture Summary: Have you noticed that portions are bigger, food is everywhere, and the form of the food has changed? Could it be that these three changes are largely responsible for the obesity crisis we face today? Dr. Painter will also present solutions to help consumers be aware of their eating patterns and provide ways to reduce intake. (1 CEU)
Internship Fair - School Introductions
12:30 - 1:30 
Lunch & Visit Exhibits

1:30 - 2:30 

"Nutrition Works: Bridging the Divide Between Hunger and Health"
Jennifer Trippe, RD, LDN

Lecture Summary: The role that food and education play in breaking down barriers and building community is powerful. Without adequate access to nutritious food, our patients and clients struggle to manage their chronic disease and have to make difficult decisions between paying for food or medicine. In this session, we will discuss how increasing access to nutritious food, advancing knowledge of nutrition and health, and building a culture of support for food insecure families can elevate the dialogue needed to begin addressing the hunger and health issues facing our marginalized communities. (1 CEU)
Internship Fair - Individual Appointment Sessions
2:30 - 3:00
Coffee Break & Visit Exhibits

3:00 - 4:00

"Personalized Dietary Treatment Based on Gut Microbiome"
Susan Yake, RDN, CD, CDE, CLT, FAND

Lecture summary: Accumulating evidence supports a role for the human gut microbiome in obesity, diabetes, metabolic disorders, cardiovascular disease, and numerous other conditions, including cancer. Research about the role of the human microbiome in health and disease aim at personalized medicine approaches that combine human genetics, microbiome, and nutrients will be discussed. Blood glucose responses to a meal are highly personalized but can be predicted using an algorithm based on the microbiome and clinical parameters to normalize blood glucose control. (1 CEU)
Internship Fair - Individual Appointment Sessions
4:00 - 5:00 
Laurie B. Steenwyk, M.Ed., RD, LDN
5:00 
Adjourn
*Agenda subject to change

Sponsor Information:

If you are interested in being a sponsor at this event please complete this form.

 

Exhibit/Sponsor Category

Company

 

Thursday (9/12) Social Event Sponsor

*Meredith College

North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services

Real Food Blends

Sponsor a Speaker

The Dairy Alliance

Contributing Sponsor Lunch

 

Attendee Giveaway Sponsor

 

Contributing Sponsor Breakfast

*Winthrop University Department of Human Nutrition 

Afternoon Coffee Break Sponsor

*Lenoir-Rhyne University

 

Exhibit Only

Abbott Nutrition

Aveanna

Medtrition

QOL Medical, LLC

Internship Fair Participating School

Appalachian State University

UNC-Chapel Hill Nutrition Department

* Indicates participation in the Internship Fair unless otherwise noted