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useful educational resources

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The following resources were identified through collaborative efforts by NNEdPro, Culinary Medicine, ERImNN & Nutritank as part of the UK Nutrition Coalition, a commitment of collaboration to further nutrition education for UK health professionals.

Note: Whilst NNEdPro works and collaborates on projects with each of the coalition organisations around the topics of nutrition and health as well as related educational pieces, we are not involved in the review of content for each organisation and their outputs except for where it is stated. As such, we continue to be proud of the work we are completing together but cannot endorse the accuracy or quality of all outputs or statements from individual organisations outside of explicitly stated collaborative projects.


Malnutrition includes both the deficiency and excess (or imbalance) of energy, protein and other nutrients.

Elaine MacAninch RD / NEPHELP


Edited by Joan Webster-Gandy, Angela Madden, and Michelle Holdsworth

This online resource provides an integrated approach which facilitates the links between all aspects of nutrition and dietetics. Including nutritional science and based on clinical evidence, it covers everything you will need to be able to carry out your role effectively and confidently.

Continuing Medical Education/Continuing Education. Users who support the Nutrition in Medicine Project with a donation receive access to a wide range of instructional materials, including continuing education certification for physicians, nurses, and nurse practitioners at no charge.

online courses for everyone

The NNEdPro Global Centre for Nutrition and Health presents a ~10 hour package of online learning materials, developed from recorded materials from specific segments of our flagship Cambridge Summer Schools over the past 3 years. Recorded particularly over the Summer Schools of 2017 and 2018, the topics are taught by researchers, university professors, students and other NNEdPro members dealing with simple concepts such as an introduction to NCDs right up to management of more complex disease states such as malnutrition in intestinal failure to multi-morbid obesity.


Harvard experts have created a 6-week plan that can boost your health by showing you simple ways to eat more healthfully. This all-new online course is an engaging, empowering and exciting way to learn.


Hi, I’m Dr Rupy from The Doctor's Kitchen and welcome to my course! I've developed this 4 week programme to help everybody learn about the key aspects of healthy eating that have the biggest impact on your wellbeing.


This course introduces the concept of food as medicine. You will explore how food can be important both in preventative health and as an aid in the management of certain chronic diseases today, in the past and in the future.

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The thematic areas covered are Nutrition sensitive food systems, Nutrition situation analysis, gender empowerment, sustainable food value chains, food waste and food losses management, responsible management of natural resources among others. 

Online courses for healthcare professionals


In this accredited Monash online course for healthcare professionals, learn how to advise your patients on the relationship between food and inflammation.


With eCornell's certificate program you'll learn why a plant based diet is optimal for health and how to implement such a lifestyle. Learn the steps for practical.


Select individual modules or enroll in the full program. Save 20 percent by purchasing the full 32-credit program — required to earn a certificate of completion and accepted by the American Board of Lifestyle Medicine as fulfilling the online/non-live CME prerequisite for Board certification.


Through this e-Learning portal you can access a range of e-Learning modules designed for doctors, nurses, dietitians and other health and social care workers.

Courses to attend in the UK for healthcare professionals and medical students

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