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Continuing your learning journey with Monash

You’ve completed this course, which is a fantastic achievement.

The great thing about this course is that it’s one of a number of courses by Monash University designed especially for healthcare professionals.

Postgraduate Study, Short Courses and Training

Monash Centre for Health Research and Implementation (MCHRI) has an active and engaging clinical, health services and public health research training program. We specifically cater for postgraduate students, health professionals and PhD students.

MCHRI Short Courses provide short-term, educational opportunities for those seeking professional development.

Learn from Monash University, experts in health and nutrition

At a time when food and nutrition information is at an all-time high, there is a lot of confusion and misinformation about food based recommendations for health.

Monash University has developed a set of courses for healthcare professionals (including GPs, nurses and midwives) that will improve your knowledge of nutrition and health topics, and give you practical skills for providing simple nutrition and food based advice to patients.

Learn more about the ‘Using Food as Medicine in Healthcare Practice’ program

Other courses by Monash

If you haven’t already, consider taking some time to browse the list of courses by Monash on the FutureLearn partner page.

From learning how to reduce stress and improving your wellbeing and work/study performance with mindfulness to applying nutrition science to guiding you on using food as medicine, there’s sure to be a course by Monash that’s of interest you.

We look forward to learning with you.

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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: An Evidence-based Approach

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