About

Mark Hinchey PhD Candidature (Nutr. Ed.) MHEd (Nutr. Ed.) BHSc (Complementary Medicine) BHSc (Nutrition Science) BHPE (Health Education) BTeach (Secondary) Adv. Dip (Naturopathy) Adv. Dip (Nutrition) Adv. Dip (Western Herbal Medicine) Certified MINDD Practitioner (Autism Spectrum)

Education

My education includes a Master of Health Education (Nutrition)(University of Newcastle), Bachelor of Health Science (Complementary Medicine)(Charles Sturt University), Bachelor of Health Science (Nutrition Sciences) (Charles Sturt University), Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Honours) (University of Newcastle). I am currently completing my PhD Thesis, at the University of Newcastle, in Nutrition Education.

Published Work
* Evidence Based Practice in Complementary Medicine: A Training Tool for Educators (2015)
* Expanding the Horizons of Nutrition Education (2014): In Press
* The Paradigm Shift in Health (2010)
* A Paradigm Shift in Health Education (2009)
* Reconceptualising the philosophical foundations of health  education with respect to the impact of food
technology on human health (2009)

Awards

WEA Complementary Health Trainer of the Year (Awarded by the University of Newcastle) (2013)

Lecturing 2015

Trainer/Tutor: WEA Hunter (Newcastle) Naturopathy and Nutrition
Clinic Supervisor: WEA Hunter (Newcastle)

Conference Presentations 2014
STARR Conference University of Newcastle, November 2014 – Expanding the Horizons of Nutrition Education
Neurology Unit, John Hunter Hospital, Parkinson’s Disease, October 2014 – Is There a Relationship Between Parkinson’s Disease and Nutritional Status?
Autism Family First, April 2014 – Polymorphisms and DHA: An evidence based approach to biochemistry in ASD

Seminars 2015

Round Table Seminars, University of Newcastle – Evidence Based Teaching Models in Complementary Medicine Colleges, March and May 2015

Consultancy 2015

Hunter Academy of Sport
NSWS (Swimming)
Coast and Valley (Swimming)
Think Smart Eat Smart (Sports Nutrition)
Hunter Connect Autism Support Newcastle
Autism Family First (Sydney)
Neurology, John Hunter Hospital (Parkinson’s Society)

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