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IAEA Newsletter

The Nutritional & Health-related Environmental Studies Section is excited to share its second eNewsletter. 

In this issue:

  • A revised e-learning experience
  • A new research project and a new database on breast milk intake
  • The first ‘Nuclear in Nutrition’ interview
  • Highlights on the Coalition of Action for Healthy Diets for All

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IAEA Suggestions of potential topics based on the assessment of body composition and human milk intake and possible stakeholders

IAEA Technical Cooperation Programme 2024-2025 Cycle now open

IAEA are happy to announce that their new Technical Cooperation (TC) Programme for the cycle 2024-2025. National, Regional and Inter-regional project concept notes for capacity building projects can now be prepared and submitted to the IAEA for consideration for funding.

If you have an interesting project idea, please get in contact with the National Liaison Officer (NLO) in your country immediately since the deadline for submitting project outlines to the IAEA is 30 April 2022. The NLO is the primary contact person between the IAEA and your country and will be able to provide guidance on the format and the process. 

IAEA are proposing in the image above a few topics and isotope techniques for projects and possible stakeholders to involve from the beginning. Please consider how to align the project idea to priority developmental needs and national strategies in your country.

Please contact NAHRES (nahres@iaea.org) if you do not know who your NLO is or if you would need additional information.

To learn more about The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) programme on nutrition and how it enhances countries’ capabilities to combat malnutrition for better health throughout life, read their factsheet here.

St. John’s Research Institute produced a lower cost model of a total body potassium counter to accurately measure body cell mass of individuals with uncertain hydration status such as pregnant women, children in early stages of life and people with acute malnutrition or with cancer. (Photo: SJRI) St. John’s Research Institute produced a lower cost model of a total body potassium counter to accurately measure body cell mass of individuals with uncertain hydration status such as pregnant women, children in early stages of life and people with acute malnutrition or with cancer. (Photo: SJRI)

IAEA NAHRES Newsletter Jan 2022

Articles include:

  • The continued cooperation with IAEA Collaborating Centre St. John’s Research Institute to better understand complex nutritional problems – what’s next? 
  • And a new IAEA infographic on the use of nuclear techniques in cancer prevention and care

IAEA Infographic on the use of nuclear techniques in cancer prevention and care

Nuclear Applications in Human Health for Effective Global Cancer Control – The Role of the IAEA

Monday, 15th November
10:30 – 11:30 GMT

Prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer are more successful with the use of nuclear applications and techniques.

The IAEA Human Health Programme has been enhancing capabilities in Member States to better prevent, diagnose and treat diseases through the application of nuclear techniques in nutrition, imaging, and therapeutic applications, in cancer control and dosimetry services.

The IAEA offers education and training programmes, conducts coordinated research projects, issues guidelines, recommendations, and publications, offers quality assurance, implements dosimetry laboratory activities and technical cooperation projects, organizes experts’ meetings, develops, and maintains powerful databases, for and with Member States.

Join the event online to learn about the exciting ways the IAEA enhances cancer control, provides quality assurance, and contributes to patients’ safety globally.

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IAEA: Nutrition and health-related environmental studies newsletter

The 14th Newsletter of the Nutritional & Health-related Environmental Studies Section of The International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) is now available. 

In this issue you can read a special article from Rachel Marklew of the IUNS Task Force ICONIC on their international work to advance collaborative engagement in nutrition, physical activity, and cancer.

Other news includes updates on research projects, virtual meetings, conferences and webinars, reports, and new tools, as well as some inspiring success stories and latest IAEA news.

Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay

Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism – IUNS News

The IUNS and one of our long-standing collaborative partners, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have recently enhanced the scope of our collaboration. Cornelia Loechl, Head of the Nutritional and Health-Related Environmental Studies Section of IAEA and IUNS Secretary General, Catherine Geissler co-authored a report on these discussions for the IUNS News featured in the Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism, April 2020 edition (Ann Nutr Metab 2020;76:441–442), available now on the Annals website.