With education at the heart of our mission, we believe strongly in the power of in-person events to share the ever-evolving science on nutrition in healthcare. Our peak event is the Australasian Nutrition in Healthcare Conference that launched in 2019, but we host and speak at numerous other events for both professionals and the public, across our region and beyond. 

The Australasian Nutrition in Healthcare Conference is DFN's peak event for experts to disseminate the latest science to their peers and the public.

Dine with a Doc networking events

Knowledge exchange and networking events for the healthcare community, hosted by one or more doctors and/or dietitians from the DFN team.

Upcoming DFN events

Upcoming educational events hosted by Doctors For Nutrition, open to healthcare professionals and / or the wider community.

All event listings

Upcoming event listings in our region with a focus on whole food plant-based nutrition, including appearances by our team and wider networks.

Past events

Browse back through past events and access associated resources such as handouts and recordings where available.

Keep up with the latest DFN news, events, opportunities and more

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