This course addresses key nutritional challenges and approaches to the improvement of nutritional status that are implemented at the household, community, national and international levels
- 11-20 March 2019
- 480 Euros + University taxes
- Full time
- 9:00 - 13:30
- 3 ECTS
Undernutrition and food security influence the health, survival and developmental capacity of populations. This course addresses key nutritional challenges and approaches to the improvement of nutritional status that are implemented at the household, community, national and international levels. We will explore the degree to which malnutrition can be prevented or reduced through targeted public and private sector interventions in low and middle income countries as well as interventions targeted at vulnerable populations within high income countries.
Dr Victoria Fumadó, Hospital San Joan de Déu, BarcelonaInstitute for Global Health, University of Barcelona
Jorge Salamanca, Independent Consultant.
Candidates should have a demonstrated interest in global health and/or nutrition and food security.
- Practice exercise
- Active participation in class sessions, debate and discussions
People interested in taking this course must complete the application form so that we can contact them to indicate the website address to make the pre-enrolment, the opening date to make it and the required documentation:
- A letter of motivation
- A C.V.
In collaboration with:
The programme of studies for this course includes:
- Introduction and overview
- Malnutrition and infection
- HIV and nutrition
- Food Security and Nutrition. Basic Concepts
- Review of the food security in the world and typology of Food crisis
- Responses to food insecurity crisis
- Reproductive health and nutrition
- Nutrition assessment
- Nutrition Strategies
- Food product and rations
- International responses to nutrition crisis
- Micronutrients and vitamins deficiency