Faculty

/ˈfak(ə)lti/

Nutrition

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1. Faculty open

Pro members can join the faculty and participate in its activities

2. Public event

The first public event serves to discuss issues and priorities across the continent

3. Action plan

The action plan identifies resources and actions for the faculty

4. Operational

Faculty members participate in exchange and learning activities

  • Description
  • Objectives
  • Action plan

Adequate nutrition is important to limit complications related to Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. What does this it mean in an African context and how can nutritionists help patients navigate the plethora of information and advice they receive?

This faculty has been created to identify and organise information on nutrition that is reliable, and make it available to healthcare professionals caring for people with diabetes. The nutrition faculty seeks to adapt knowledge and practical advice to local contexts in Africa, and to explore new topics in the field of nutrition and diabetes.

The action plan for this faculty is under discussion. If you would like to participate in its formulation, consider joining our next event. 

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Latest poll results

Are you currently part of a multidisciplinary care team?

Yes
59%
No
41%

Poll carried out among participants in the Active Conversations event on "Multidisciplinary Care teams" (June 2020)

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