New free online course, Food as Medicine, by the Department of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food.
Interested in learning more about food, nutrition and wellbeing?
Professor Helen Truby and her team in the department of Nutrition and Dietetics here at Monash University have developed a free online course helping to address the question- can we use food as medicine?
Food has traditionally been used as medicine and this course looks to explore its current role in health and disease and how foods have been used as medicine in the past; take a closer look at nutrition science and how it guides us on what and how much to eat for health; and how to apply evidenced-based nutrition knowledge to guide food choices.
This course is designed for anyone with an interest in food, nutrition and health and does not require previous knowledge or experience in science or health studies.
This course would also be of interest to medical and healthcare professionals looking to upskill their knowledge in food and nutrition, and see what the current evidence is for using foods to improve health.
Food as Medicine starts on Monday 13 March 2017.
To learn more about this course http://www.med.monash.edu.au/scs/nutrition-dietetics/short-courses/food-as-med.html
Or to register https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/food-as-medicine
Squash and badminton court hire are now included in our discounted Happy Hour, 12-2pm Monday to Friday.
All Monash staff and students can now hire badminton and squash courts 50% off the regular court hire price during Happy Hour at Clayton campus.
Until now Happy Hour has only consisted of tennis court hire, where Monash staff and students can hire a tennis court for $2 an hour between 12-2pm Monday to Friday at Clayton and Peninsula campuses.
We are excited to be able to make sport more accessible and affordable for students and staff at Monash! To make the most of badminton and squash joining Happy Hour at Clayton campus, or for more information, head to our website.