Calls to Action

Through engagement with our membership, four key stakeholders have emerged: o The media and the role of the media o Social influence o Healthcare professionals o Quality and efficacy of legislation. We will examine the issues associated with each area, and devise interventions that mitigate the behaviour problems that cause negative nutrition behaviours.

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Master Classes

We invite experts in behaviour change and early life nutrition to teach regular masterclasses are run regularly by the ELN Network, open to all our members. These masterclasses are an opportunity to learn about innovative behaviour change strategies and gain insight into best practice in early life nutrition.

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Workshops

The Early Life Nutrition Network runs workshops at major conferences and events, where we bring together an interdisciplinary group of healthcare stakeholders to tackle a behaviour change problem.

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Working Groups

Working groups are our key space for connecting members and generating new knowledge on the behaviour change problems associated with key issues in the ELN community. They are organized around a specific behavioural issue in early life nutrition. Working groups will initially be facilitated by the ELN Network, but members of the network are encouraged to use the platform to set up their own working groups.

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Articles and Case Studies

The Early Life Nutrition Network amasses the latest research articles, case studies and guidelines the early life nutrition space, in order to determine what works to change behaviour.

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ELN Behavioural Index

We're building an Early Life Nutrition Behavioural Index that clearly shows where there is work to do to improve behaviours surrounding nutrition in early life. We recognise that it will take some time to create a comprehensive index, but we aim to start the journey towards that with this survey.

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