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Obesity and Weight Management Dublin

Course Description

This part-time programme commenced in Sept 2010 and is run in Dublin in association with the National Obesity Forum. It was the first of its type in the UK and is delivered by a team of experienced academics, GPs, hospital doctors, surgeons, dietitians, nutritionists, exercise specialists and psychologists. Students travel from all over Ireland for the series of six long weekend modules which is then followed by a period of home-based learning.

Why study Obesity and Weight Management in Dublin?
The need for professional development in obesity and weight management, particularly for the wide range of health professionals dealing with clients and patients for whom overweight and obesity are key contributors to illness and poor recovery rates, is now clearly evident. Whilst this multidisciplinary programme is focused professional development programme aimed at healthcare professionals from worldwide, it is also suitable for newly qualified graduates aspiring to work in this high-profile area.

This programme is recruiting for September 2016.

Visit the Obesity and Weight Management Dublin page on the National Training Centre Dublin website for more details!

Entry Requirements

minimum of 2:2 honours degree

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