Lectures in Honour and eulogies
Lectures in Honour
Our Lecture in Honour recognises members who have made important contributions to our profession.
We invite a distinguished member to present the lecture at our annual national conference.
Lectures are usually given in memoriam. In some circumstances, prominent members receive the honour during retirement.
2021 - 'What's possible'
Presented by Karen Inge
2019 - Dr Ruth English AO
Presented by Professor Lauren Williams, Griffith University.
2018 - Peter Williams FDAA OAM
Presented by Claire Hewat, Dietitians Australia.
Read the Lecture in Honour of Peter Williams FDAA PDF.
2017 - Shirley Murray
Presented by Julie Williams, Department of Health and Human Services, Tasmania.
Read the Lecture in Honour of Shirley Murray PDF.
2016 - Fiona Cumming
Presented by Professor Helen Truby, Monash University.
2015 - Nancy Hitchcock
Presented by Jane Scott, Curtin University.
Read the Lecture in Honour of Nancy Hitchcock PDF.
2014 - Judith Walker OAM
Presented by Christina Stubbs, University of Sunshine Coast.
Read the Lecture in Honour of Judith Walker OAM PDF.
2013 - Elizabeth (Bettie) Richardson OAM
Presented by Jennifer Hazelton, Food Standards Australia and New Zealand.
Read the Lecture in Honour of Elizabeth (Bettie) Richardson OAM PDF.
2011 - Karen Cashel
Presented by Anthea Magarey, Flinders University.
2010 - Audrey Cahn
Presented by Caryl Nowson, Deakin University.
2009 - Cheryl Rae
Presented by Dympna Leonard, Tropical Public Health Unit.
Other Lectures in Honour
For details about Lectures in Honour presented before 2009 please contact us.
Our eulogies honour the passing of prominent members of our Dietitians Australia.
We pay tribute to them and the contributions they made to the Dietetic profession.