Cambridge Research, Education and Training Enterprise (CREATE) is distinct from the four main NNEdPro sections, and represents a closely allied platform designed to harness the non-Nutrition or transferrable/generic skills within the NNEdPro group in order to impact wider aspects of health and wellbeing.
This education and training initiative builds on the successful publication and worldwide reception of the Oxford Handbook of Clinical and Healthcare Research by key NNEdPro members as a vehicle to empower all health-related professionals to gain easy access to readily usable research methods and undertake good quality research to add usefully to the evidence base around health and disease. In the near future, we will develop face to face, online and blended learning courses which will be open to broad audiences across health and life sciences (including Nutrition professionals).
This initiative (to be launched in Autumn 2018) will be linked with the agenda around occupational wellbeing and workplace productivity but will also consider non-nutritional determinants of occupational health and wellbeing.
Prof Sumantra Ray, NNEdPro Chair
Dr Rajna Golubic, NNEdPro GIP Deputy Co-Lead
Annual teaching inputs to the ‘Research Skills for Clinicians’ course run by Cambridge University Health Partners
Annual teaching inputs on ‘Research Methods’ to the East of England Core Medical Training Programme
CONSULTING on research design, strategy and impact – recent case examples include: the British Dietetic Association and Griffith University Australia – an ongoing case example comprises regular research surgeries for Cambridge Dietitians (N>70) to promote ideas through implementation to impacts
If you would like us to undertake consulting work or provide bespoke training please contact us.
Dr Minha Rajput-Ray, NNEdPro Medical Director