Dr Jaimon Kelly is a consultant Accredited Practising Dietitian and Senior Research Fellow at The University of Queensland Centre for Online Health, situated in the Centre for Health Services Research. Dr Kelly is an expert in digital health and nutrition in chronic kidney disease with substantial clinical and community experience and was the lead of Dietitians Australia’s Position Statement on Telehealth. His research program focuses on technology-enabled health systems and interventions for improving patient-centred care in complex chronic disease and simplifying nutrition communication for patients and clinicians alike. Dr Kelly practices in private practice which is exclusively dedicated to kidney nutrition and runs in parallel to his full-time research position at The University of Queensland, putting him in a unique position to bring primary care perspectives, experiences, and networks to his research programs. Jaimon was a 2021 recipient of a prestigious National Heart Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship to advance digital health trust and confidence in chronic kidney disease as part of his broader research program to improve nutrition communication, digital health literacy and competency of the health workforce and patients living with kidney disease.
The lecture video：0
|Date (UTC+8)||Time (UTC+8)||Local Time||Hall||Session||Role||Talk Title|
Sodium Management in Kidney Disease: Old Stories, New tricks - Session 4
|Speaker||Intevention and application of behaviour change principles in sodium management|
Patients-Centered Nutrition Care
|Speaker||Minilecture 4: Patient-centered consultation - balancing patients' experience with evidence-based care|