A new edition of the Annual Hydration for Health Scientific Conference has ended, and it was a pleasure to welcome you. This year the conference focused on “From Behaviour to Health: Where does Hydration science stand?”
If you are interested in replaying some of your favourite sessions or watching the ones you missed, you can catch up by clicking on the replay's buttons below.
1. Have we lost sight of what safe water means?
Independent consultant on Drinking Water and Environment (United Kingdom)
2. Mechanisms of nocturia in older adults and their potential rescue by exercise
University of Wyoming (USA)
3. Does drinking extra water help polycystic kidney disease?
The University of Sydney (Australia)
4. 'SPLASH': healthy hydration for children
Pauline Douglas & Katerina Belogianni
European Federation of Associations of Dietitians - EFAD (UK)
Early Career Researcher Award, Pitch Session - Prepare the new gen of scientists!
5 finalists of the Early Career researcher Award had 3 minutes to pitch their science during this session. The winner of the contest has been voted live by the audience.
Congratulations to Stephanie Nishi, who won the Early Career Researcher Award of this 2022 edition!
- Stephanie Nishi
Universitat Rovira i Virgili - Spain
PITCH 1: Hydration status, water intake and changes in cognitive performance in older adults: A prospective cohort
- Mitchell Zaplatosch
University of North Carolina at Greensboro - USA
PITCH 2: Changes in female sex hormones and copeptin on body water regulation and fluid intake in naturally cycling females
- Ellice Parkinson
University of East Anglia, Norwich - UK
PITCH 3: A systematic review and meta-analysis to establish how many older people are dehydrated in community and long-term care settin
- Kevin Miller
University of Wyoming - USA
PITCH 4: Sex and Habitual Water Intake are Related to Dimensions of Mood
- Abigail Colburn
Arizona State University - USA
PITCH 5: Tap Water Consumption and Perceptions in US Latinx Adults