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University of Wollongong | School of Medical Indigenous and Health Sciences

Dr Kelly Lambert is an Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian with qualifications in knowledge translation, health economics and management, and two decades of experience as a renal dietitian and a doctorate investigating health literacy and cognitive impairment in end stage kidney disease. Dr Lambert is the Academic Program Director for the Nutrition and Dietetics Program at the University of Wollongong. Dr Lambert’s research interests are intended to support people with kidney disease to live better lives and to progress the science about developing better patient education materials.

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The academic assignments are as follows
Date (UTC+8) Time (UTC+8) Local Time Hall Session Role Talk Title
2022-06-16 20:15-20:45 2022-06-16,20:15-20:45Hall 1

Joint ISRNM and International Federation of Kidney Foundation-World Kidney Alliance (IFKF-WKA) Session on World Kidney Recipes 

Discussant Developing Kidney-Friendly Recipes – Challenges and Opportunities
2022-06-17 09:00-09:10 2022-06-17,09:00-09:10Hall 1

Oral Abstract Session

Speaker Calculating the climate footprint of plant based renal diets: are they better for the environment ?
2022-06-17 12:15-13:30 2022-06-17,12:15-13:30Hall 2

Novel Aspects of Potassium Management at the Bedside - Session 8

2022-06-17 18:45-19:00 2022-06-17,18:45-19:00Hall 3

Gut Microbiota – an Emerging Therapeutic Target in Kidney Disease - Session 16

Speaker New insights into modifying the gut microbiota
2022-06-18 17:30-17:45 2022-06-18,17:30-17:45Hall 3

Lifestyle Intervention - Why Does it Matter? - Session 34

Speaker Should CKD patients adopt a mediterranean style diet ?