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Early Life Nutrition Masterclass 2019 - Preconception, Pregnancy, Early Childhood

St Thomas’ Hospital, London

5 Dec Pregnancy-spotlight

There is increasing evidence that nutrition in the preconception period, during pregnancy and in early childhood can affect the health of both mother and child. Before conception and the first 1000 days- that is from conception to the child's 2nd birthday offers a unique opportunity to build long term health including the establishment of healthy dietary habits during this critical period. 

This comprehensive course is designed for health care professionals and those working in the area of early nutrition. Upon completion of the course, participants will be awarded a King's College London Certificate of Attendance.

MAsterclass learning objectives:

  1. Describe the role of nutrition from preconception and pregnancy to early childhood.
  2. Provide evidence-based recommendations in pregnancy and childhood.
  3. Apply the latest research to the practical care of women, infants and children.

Speakers include:

Professor Hazel Inskip University of Southampton
Professor Judith Stephenson University College London
Dr Nicola Heslehurst Newcastle University
Dr Angela Flynn King’s College London
Ms Kathryn Dalrymple King’s College London
Dr Silvia Pastorino University College London
Ms Charlotte Stedman King’s College London
Ms Jenny Rosborough Head of Nutrition JAMIE OLIVER Ltd.

Register here 

The course is endorsed by the British Dietetic Association (BDA) and the Royal College of Midwives (RCM).

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