Nutrihub advanced course - part 1
The advanced course is aimed at health practitioners (general practitioners, doctors, osteopaths, nurses, herbalists, etc.) that already have a solid background knowledge of the basics of human science and are looking for further knowledge in how to apply functional nutrition through a safe framework of understanding the connections between the human body’s mechanistic and biochemical systems.
Time commitment - this course requires about 20–40 hours learning time and is estimated to take 10 weeks if studying for one evening per week (three hours).
Learn - the course is online self-paced learning and covers four modules (detailed below) and takes the form of reading, recorded webinars, video module summaries, and short answer module assessments.
Assessment - there are four end of module assessments and three short answer questions at the end of part one.
Accreditation - the advanced course part one awards 20 BANT accredited CPD points upon completion.
About Elisabeth Philipps
I am a registered Nutritional Therapist with a BSc in Nutritional Medicine. I've been in practice for over 10 years and through my previous doctorate training (PhD) at Oxford University in neuropharmacology I take a specialist interest in how nutrition and the environmental factors influence brain health and the gut-brain axis.