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Nutrition in Emergencies training in London, 1 - 5 July

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Veronica Tuffrey

Independent public health nutritionist

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14 Jun 2013, 18:00

Westminster University is running its annual 5 day Nutrition in Emergencies short course between 1st – 5th July. The course is aimed at staff of UN agencies, NGOs and National Ministries of Health in countries that are regularly affected by emergencies. Health workers, nutritionists, doctors, nurses as well as programme managers are encouraged to apply as well to get an update of the current standards and practices in nutrition in emergencies training.
The course is taught by humanitarian practitioners from a wide range of backgrounds including international NGOs and teaching & research institutes. All sessions are led by experts who bring practical examples. The lead facilitator has over 20 years’ experience in various rapid onset and slow onset emergencies worldwide and will ensure participants´ own experience is discussed during sessions if relevant.
Course fee: £960
More information can be found at:
http://www.westminster.ac.uk/courses/professional-and-short/nutrition/nutrition-in-emergencies

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