Improving health through medical nutrition knowledge
We hosted the 2016 Nutrition Education Summer School & Summit in Cambridge
NNEdPro conducts nutrition teaching to 4th year Cambridge medical students - used new streamlined approach
NNEdPro published an evaluation of Generic Nutrition Training in Cambridge
NNEdPro delivering talks at the Rowett Research Institute, Cambridge Forum for Sustainability & Environment and MRC Elsie Widdowson Laboratory, Cambridge, UK
NNEdPro Chair's annual visit and talks in India
Canada More-2-Eat meetings at University of Waterloo and associated talk at McMaster University, Ontario, Canada
We represent a virtual strategic partnership between Doctors, Dietitians, evidence-based Nutritionists and other professionals.
We encourage Doctors, Nurses, Pharmacists and others delivering healthcare, to work closely with statutorily Registered Dietitians as a trusted source of knowledge, especially in Clinical Nutrition, and to collaborate with Registered Nutritionists in Science and Public Health, particularly for evidence generation/translation.
NNEdPro is keen to work with partners on improving nutrition and health through education, research, evaluation and advocacy. Use our contact form to find out more.
Implementation and Consulting
Translating knowledge, through education, into practice
Read about how we have achieved translating nutrition evidence into practice in our new CN column!
An inter-disciplinary think-tank, training academy & knowledge network, anchored in Cambridge, for individuals or organisations interested in nutrition & health improvement via education, research, evaluation or advocacy
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With over 1.5 million people living in 3500 unregistered slums in Kolkata, India, we conducted an assessment in nutrition and health education of mothers and children in three urban slum areas in the city of Kolkata, India.
We found out that 85% of the mothers and children in the urban slums are malnourished, which can be easily avoided if they had the resources.
So, we need your help to build a Teaching Kitchen for them. In line with the UN Sustainable development goals, this initative will support mothers with limited resources to achieve the best nutrition for their children.
With just £10, you will be helping to purchase basic utensils and supplies for the kitchen, clean food and water, and provide gas for fuel.
Proceedings from International Summits in 2015 and 2016 published in Special Section, RSPH Journal, Public Health