Courses

New Courses are now available from the College of Contemporary Health

The courses been developed under the guidance of our distinguished team of experts, the Academic Advisory Board, to enhance your ability to manage obese and overweight patients and to introduce you to the very latest innovations in obesity care and management.

These outstanding new courses illustrate the College of Contemporary Health’s continuous commitment to helping you understand and act upon effective, new, integrated approaches to obesity care and management.

Enrol on a CCH Graduate or Postgraduate course in Obesity Care and Management, now under formal validation by London South Bank University. Take advantage of the Early Bird Offer and register before December 1, 2015 to receive £300 off the full cost of the course. (Note: the offer is valid if full payment for all 3 modules is received by the deadline).

Research collaborations/Opportunities

A call for partners for H2020 programme

Please find attached in link details of a call for partners to be involved in a project bid.: THERAPEUTIC LIFESTYLE DECISION SUPPORTING SYSTEM - project outline.  Please contact Maria Góreczna for more details.

The main objective of the project is to focus on predictive system based on computer modelling and will develop innovative Therapeutic Lifestyle Decision Support System (TLDSS) that will be used by the individual for self-management in the risk, development or progression of preventable chronic diseases – the main topic for research will be obesity .

Partners needed:

Partner No 3 - an expert organization on health (university, clinic or research organization). Proposed areas of collaboration/partner input:

·         methodology and key medical assumptions of the solution,

·         development of prognostic models for lifestyle factors and its influence on risk and progression of chronic diseases,

·         scientific aspect of the intervention,

·         taking active part in research,

·         consulting clinical background of the project at all this stages.

Partner No 4/ 5/6 – end-user and stakeholders’ organisations – preferably hospitals, clinics or patients’ organisations.