Are you a health professional interested in learning more about how lifestyle affects cancer risk, and sharing your knowledge with patients and clients?
At World Cancer Research Fund, we’re committed to providing ongoing support and learning opportunities to health professionals.
The workshops are for UK health professionals who work with patients or clients to promote a healthy lifestyle. A range of people have benefitted from our workshops, including: nutritionists, dietitians, health trainers, healthy lifestyle coordinators, health improvement practitioners, and other allied health professionals.
Sign up for our next workshop below, or for more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this interactive workshop, World Cancer Research Fund’s Public Health team will take you through the latest scientific evidence on how diet and lifestyle affect the risk of cancer. The workshop is suitable for anyone who works to improve public health.
We will explore the following areas:
The workshops are led by our qualified nutritionists, who have extensive health promotion experience. The workshop counts towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and is accredited by the Royal Society for Public Health.
Please note: there are limited spaces available. If you are unable to get a space, you will be alerted and added to the waiting list for our next workshop.
We also run free online patient support groups for people living with cancer – please direct your patients and clients to these if appropriate.
In December 2020, we held a workshop on alcohol and cancer. The confidence of attendees in talking about alcohol and cancer risk was 20% before the workshop and 88% afterwards.
In November 2020, we held a workshop on vegan diets for cancer patients.
In October 2020, we held a workshop on inequalities in breast cancer diagnosis and treatment in the UK.