Lifestyle Choices for Early Life Learning

•    How much sleep do babies and children need?
•    Do screens damage babies’ brains?
•    Does our environment affect learning to eat?
•    Fishy misconceptions: Are all salmon created equal?

Presentations include:
- Neuro development 101 - A/Prof Jordy Kaufman, Swinburne University, Melbourne

-  Hooray! Let’s Play - Carolyn Lotawa, Occupational Therapist, EveryDay OT

- Important nutrients for brain development - Dr Pam von Hurst, Massey University

- Eating fish during pregnancy - Dr Cath Conlon, Massey University

- Screen time, smart devices and brain development - A/Prof Jordy Kaufman

- The role of sleep in learning and behaviour - A/Prof Leigh Signal, Massey University


Date: Tuesday 11th April 2017
Venue: Sir Neil Waters Lecture Theatre, Massey University, Auckland         
Scheduled times: 08:45 – 16:00 (registration opens from 8:00am)

Registration (includes lunch and refreshments):

- Standard price: $150
- Student (any institution): $50     

This symposia has been endorsed by PSNZ ENHANCE for 5 hours of group 1 learning and pharmacists may allocate 5 group 1 points after attending this symposia, evidenced by receipt of the Massey University Certificate of Attendance. Accreditation number: 2017/5.

Register - click here

Biographies - click here

Programme - click here

Thank you to our gold sponsors

And our sponsors for refreshments and lunch

                                                           

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