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Start: Wednesday, June 6 2018 at 8.30am (breakfast & registration from 8 am)
End: Wednesday, June 6 2018 at 10 am (with half an hour for networking)
Does changing what people eat at work really have an effect on their productivity and general health?
How do we know that changing what people eat at work really has an effect on their productivity and their general health? This C3 Workplace Health Movement Meeting will explore the evidence-base for nutrition programmes in the workplace and will touch upon various evidence-based approaches and strategies for effective implementation. Elaine Gardner will discuss the British Dietetic Association (BDA) Work Ready programme along with some of the practical learnings that the BDA has found since its inception. Details of BDA resources will be shared including on the importance of healthy hydration, and on the transport and healthcare sectors.
About the speaker
Elaine Gardner is an independent registered dietitian with over 30 years experience in the field of nutrition and health and she specialises in Public Health issues. She works with numerous organisations including The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and The School and Public Health Nurses Association. Elaine is one author of The British Dietetic Association (BDA) White Paper Supporting healthier working lives through dietitian-led wellness initiatives, a member of the BDA Work Ready Steering Group and a BDA Work Ready dietitian leading nutrition initiatives in a variety of workplaces and organisations. She is currently focussing on UK nutrition workplace standards and on healthy vending.
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This year C3 is partnering with RAND Europe to curate our series of workplace health seminars. These morning seminars will take place in prestigious venues across London and breakfast will be provided.
RAND Europe is an independent not-for-profit research organisation that helps to improve policy and decision making through research and analysis.