The Erasmus+ (Erasmus+ Capacity Building Project) and leading universities and organizations from Thailand, Malaysia, and Europe have joined together to release the Early Nutrition e-learning Academy South East Asia, or ENeASEA, an online learning platform to provide knowledge about early nutrition. The project is a collaborative effort of several institutions, including Chulalongkorn University, Mahidol University, Nutrition Association of Thailand, University of Malaya, University Kebangsaan Malaysia, Nutrition Associate of Malaysia, Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München, University of Southampton, and University Poltechnica of Bucharest. The e-learning modules are free and available to doctors (gynecologist, obstetricians and pediatricians), nurses, nutritionists practicing in the field of early nutrition, and the public. The aim is to improve knowledge and awareness related to early nutrition and lifestyle during pregnancy and early childhood (the first 1,000 days of life after conception) and to reduce the rates of undernutrition and obesity.
Interested persons may join the e-learning modules in English for free via www.enea-sea.com.
For more information, contact K. Naiyana Nuchunkaew at 0-2256-4000 ext. 3555.