Training & Education
The Nutrition Society's Training & Education events facilitate the practical application of nutritional science, through an exciting mix of CPD accredited theoretical and practical workshops, training sessions and courses.
For whom is Training & Education intended?
Training & Education is intended for the national and international nutrition, dietetics and health care professional workforce.
What are the benefits for learners?
The aim of the programme is to provide learners with the following benefits:
- Active, learner focussed environment
- Hands-on learning sessions
- Mix of theoretical and practical nutrition workshops
- Conferences and book launches
- Continuing professional education credits
- Conference/workshop podcasts
17 February 2015
Interpreting Systematic Reviews (course topic)
Speaker: Dr Lee Hooper, Reader in Research Synthesis and Nutrition, University of East Anglia
Further details to be available soon. If you would like to find out more when further details are released, please contact us
Date and location to be announced
Bioinformatics and metabolomics for nutritionists
Past delegate comments:
"Good introduction into the use of EBI resources "
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Disclaimer: Please note that we do not provide or arrange placements. Workshops and short courses do not count towards your current degree and cannot be used as a substitute for academic courses.
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