The  innovative one-of-a-kind ‘Transforming Retail Food Environments to be Health-Enabling’ short-course will start on Thursday, July 25, and offers:

  • Weekly online Masterclasses with world-leading healthy food retail research experts
  • Practical real-world examples
  • Your chance to discover the power of marketing and retail merchandising in food environments, gain the skills and knowledge to facilitate retail practices and policies for public health and, in turn, influence consumer decision making.

Designed specifically for health promotion practitioners and policy makers, nutritionists and those engaged in the complex systems change needed to improve the health of food retail environments for population health benefit.

  • 9-week short-course $1300   (July 25 – September 26, 2024)
  • 12-week course with microcredential $1800

* PhD students will receive 20% off their course enrolment, please contact base.nutrition@monash.edu for your unique 1 time use code

 

Now is a great time to think about incorporating this expert-led course into your workplan for this year.

Watch out for news on which expert lecturers will join course leader  Julie Brimblecombe, an Associate Professor in the Department of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food, Monash University.

A/Prof. Brimblecombe  is a dietitian with extensive experience working as a public health nutritionist and researcher in remote Indigenous Australia and the Pacific Islands. Her research is focused on providing evidence to address inequities in food supply and food access for remote Indigenous communities. She holds a honourary appointment with Menzies School of Health Research, where she worked for 17 years prior to her appointment with Monash University. Her research interest includes Indigenous food systems, real-world systems approaches to improving population level nutrition, addressing social inequities in food access, modifying food environments to support healthier food choices, capacity building for evidence informed decision-making and capacity building in research conduct.

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