The World Health Summit newsletter April 2016 is now available to read online. Please click here to read the latest edition of the newsletter.
The deadline for submission of abstracts for International conference on Probiotics and Prebiotics has been extended to 15th April 2016.
For more information and guidance on how to submit an abstract please click here to visit the IPC2016 website.
The latest edition of the ICSU newsletter is now available. Please click here to views the newsletter.
The IUNS Re-Integration grant was launched in December 2015. This grant is to enable early career nutritionists who have completed their doctoral training in a developed country to start their career and or settle in their jobs in their home country.
Applications are open until 30th June 2016.
For more information on how to apply for the grant please click here.
The IUNS Newsletter March 2016 is now available to read. This edition contains the report of the latest IUNS Council meeting and updates from preparations for the 21st IUNS-ICN in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The latest Malnutrition eLearning Newsletter has been published. The Malnutrition eLearning course has been developed by the University of Southampton, UK and the International Malnutrition Task Force (Prevention and Control of Malnutrition IUNS Task Force). This course is freely available to healthcare workers around the world.
The newsletter can be accessed here.
The Malnutrition eLearning course can be accessed here.
IUNS would like to draw your attention to the new date of the 21st IUNS-ICN. The Congress will now take place on 15th – 20th October 2017. Remember to put it in your diaries!
Please also remember that Adhering Bodies with unpaid dues are not eligible for any of the IUNS benefits such as Travel grants, election of officers and Council members, Re-integration grants (see below), etc. Do make sure your dues are up to date.
The International Conference on Probiotics and Prebiotics 2016 has announced two plenary speakers, these are:
The 3rd edition of ‘Nutrition for Developing Countries’ published by Oxford University Press and edited by Felicity Savage King, Ann Burgess, Victoria J. Quinn and Akoto K Osei with a Foreword by Anna Lartey is available as a paperback (with 30% discount until March 2017), e-book or online.
For more information about the book and how to obtain a discount on it’s purchase, please click here.
The International Council for Science (ICSU), the International Social Science Council (ISSC) and the UN International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UN-ISDR) invite applications for the post of Executive Director of the Integrated Research on Disaster Risk (IRDR) programme, based in Beijing, China, which will be vacant on 01 June 2016.
Please see the attached document, available here, for more information