About iKANN

iKANN is an open-access online portal with bespoke e-learning, a collation of knowledge resources with commentary and guidance as well as interactive sections for workforce capacity building.

iKANN seeks to connect the knowledge generated from these initiatives, to be used internationally through an online portal that will encourage regional adaptations and opportunities to facilitate learning. It will be able to promote translatable information at a global level and drive implementation of knowledge into policy and practice, also bridging the gap between Agricultural Nutrition and Human Nutrition.

iKANN is co-owned and co-managed by the NNEdPro Global Centre for Nutrition and Health (Cambridge UK).iKANN provides information related to food, nutrition and health evidence acoss a range of thematic areas. Any view, information or advice given by members on the discussion pages are based on their own views and opinions. No responsibility can be taken for the use made of any view, information or advice given on iKANN.

 
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Monitoring and sustainable financing for forest and landscape restoration

  • Description:

    This international technical webinar is part of the series organized by the FAO elearning Academy, Agreenium (l’alliance de la formation et la recherche pour l'agriculture, l'alimentation, l'environnement et la santé globale), the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN-ESCAP) and Future Food Institute (FFI)

    OBJECTIVES OF THE SESSION

    • Identify tools and…
  • Created by: Sally Ayyad

Winter Conference 2021 - Obesity and the brain

  • Description:

    This conference is hosted by the Nutrition Society to examine some of the intricacies and latest research findings from neuroscientists and clinicians within the topic of “Obesity and the brain”.

    Day one will include talks from neuroscientists from leading research institutions in UK, Europe and the US who will discuss the mechanisms of the impact of obesity on brain structure and function and the role of reward in ingestive behaviour. The question of whether bariatric surgery can…

  • Created by: Sally Ayyad