This month’s CN article turns to the expertise of Kate Guberg, a nutritional biomarkers expert and NNEdPro representative, for a discussion of reference intervals. Click here to read the full article Reference intervals are one of the most common decision tools in nutrition. They give us a range of ‘typical values for the majority of... Continue Reading →
Meet the NNEdPro Core Team! Behind any programme of work are the people who make it all happen! So, as we gear up for our 10th Anniversary Events this Summer we asked the NNEdPro Core Team three key questions - What does NNEdPro mean to you? What is your motivation to be involved in NNEdPro? What... Continue Reading →
Cardiovascular disease (CVD), including stroke and coronary heart disease, are a leading cause of death and disability worldwide. In 2011, the NNEdPro Chair's Nutrition and Vascular Studies Platform at the Medical Research Council (MRC) Elsie Widdowson Laboratory (EWL) was established to begin addressing key knowledge gaps around the effect of lesser understood components of diet on cardiovascular risk. READ MORE... Continue Reading →
2018 marks our tenth anniversary year! At a time of great change for NNEdPro, we pause to reflect on the past decade, while looking forward to an exciting future! Our new Complete Nutrition article in the April issue details our history, the collaborations and partnerships that have enabled us to become a Global Centre for... Continue Reading →
Our January 2018 CN article is now available! This month, we discuss our Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) Network: a collaboration between dietitians, doctors, academics, medical and healthcare educators, researchers, students and professional associations in the region, linked with the NNEdPro Global Centre in Cambridge, UK. Our article summarises the ANZ Network's second regional workshop in... Continue Reading →
Read our December 2017 CN article, which discusses the International Knowledge Application Network in Nutrition Project 2025 (I-KANN 25). I-KANN 25 is a joint initiative of NNEdPro with the Global Open Data initiative for Agriculture and Nutrition (GODAN), supported by the Laboratory of the Government Chemist (who manage the successful Food Authenticity Network: http://www.foodauthenticity.uk). I-KANN-25... Continue Reading →
NNEdPro was one of the numerous UK Research Institutions/Organisations to receive the Global Challenges Research Fund...
At the heart of the NNEdPro name lies the word ‘education’. Over the past couple of years, it became apparent that this education should not be limited to medical students and on-demand training workshops but rather an annual event held in Cambridge open to all those with a health related or biological sciences background. This led... Continue Reading →
How do you work successfully with nurses, doctors, dieticians, social workers and hospital staff to screen your patient for malnutrition? Read Now!