News tags

mental health  physical activity  earthquake  vacancies  families  public health  children  funding  poverty  health determinants  social  Community development  planning  employment  healthy cities  volunteers  newsletter  youth  volunteering  nutrition  employment opportunity  housing  alcohol and drugs  maori  community engagement  rebuilding  wellbeing  disabilities  Lectures  counselling  Training  earthquake recovery  sustainability  event  community gardens  Community  seminar  Awards  stress  Community Groups  mens health  research  arts  smokefree  culture  men  exercise  migrants  community event  education  environment  resilience  human rights  health  medical  business  sport  conferences  survey  mental wellbeing  Courses  obesity  elderly  support group  environmental health  healthy food  health promotion  violence  pacific health  resources  music  rebuild  women  race relations  meeting  gardens  workshop  services  leadership  forum  water  disabled  repair  transport  prevention  pacific  dance  fundraising  asian health  sexual health  inequality  markets  cancer  support  disasters  development  mindfulness  dementia  presentation  collaboration  health in all policies  Hui  data analysis  recovery  smoking  law  drugs and alcohol  technology  safety  cycling  Sleep  policy  justice  parenting  media  hearing  walking  land  neighbours  social justice  qualification  resilient cities  information  community connection  consultation  oral health  bullying  depression  youth empowerment  young people  activities  non-profit  charity  harm  NURSES  addiction  disease  Communication  alcohol  symposium  District Plan  advanced care plans  submission  anxiety  accessibility  Relationships  eating  economics  Design  Build  Advocacy  falls  parking  energy  heating  insulation  advice  build environment  Expo  Parents  conference  Eating Disorders  abuse  waste  commuting  nominations  Matariki  webinar  diabetes  workplace  Film  Climate Change  solutions  urban  management  Fundraiser  economy  restoration  Report  parks  learning  awareness  emergencies  injury prevention  reading  conservation  concert  language  refugees  recreation  built environment  data  gardening  venue  drugs  urban design  Food  older people  finances  stop bullying  youth workers  suicide  heritage  gender  recycling  breastfeeding  conflict  anti-bullying  strengths-based  open day  identity  Self Esteem  vision  Nursing  submissions 

Activity and Nutrition Aotearoa eUpdate 213

Wednesday, May 24, 2017   Posted in: Newsletters By: Administrator With tags: newsletter, nutrition, Training

In the news this week... a new public health certificate, Junk Free June, a revamped Big Change Starts Small new campaign and a new study.

One Week Until Conference: Don't miss out!

2017 ANA Conference logo.It's not too late to register for the 7th Activity and Nutrition Aotearoa Conference in Wellington (30th and 31st May 2017.

Register now to attend the Activity and Nutrition Aotearoa Conference.

Study Public Health and Health Promotion

Find out more about Manukau Institute of Technology’s qualification in public health and health promotion: Certificate in Public Health and Health Promotion (Level 5).

Junk Free June

Junk Free June.Junk Free June is an annual fundraising event that challenges people to give up junk foods during the month of June (you decide on what ‘junk” you want to give up for the month of June).

You can sign up as an individual or as part of group of friends, workmates etc.

Register online now for Junk Free June.

Big Change Starts Small

The Big Change Starts Small campaign is back, with a new advertisement. 

Get more information on the Eat Move Live website.

Cooking Classes Leave Veggies Off the Menu

A grouping of red coloured fruits including blood oranges, apples, and berries.A study found the nutrition component of intermediate cooking classes is lacking.

Almost 120 intermediate schools took part in this research carried out by Massey University, in conjunction with and the Heart Foundation.

  • Only 10 percent of teachers listed the fruit and vegetable content of a recipe as a factor that influenced their recipe choice.
  • Only 13 percent of teachers identified planning and preparing a complete, healthy meal as a key learning objective.

Read more about this research on cooking classes taught in NZ intermediate schools.


Thanks for reading our update.

Kind regards - ngā mihi
The team at ANA

Editors note: Views expressed in this e-update do not necessarily represent the views of Agencies for Nutrition Action, its member organisations or its funders.

Subscribe to the Agencies for Nutrition Action eUpdates.

Comments on this item

You must be logged in to read or make comments

Healthy Christchurch Champions

  • Canterbury District Health Board
  • Christchurch City Council
  • Environment Canterbury
  • Ministry of Health
  • Ngai Tahu
  • NZ Police
  • Pegasus Health
  • University of Otago, Christchurch