INFORMAS e-Newsletter

INFORMAS e-Newsletter 2017 Issue #2

Progress Comment - Boyd Swinburn Dear INFORMASeurs, In a few weeks many of you will be coming to the International Congress on Nutrition in Buenos Aires. We look forward to seeing you at the two INFORMAS symposia in the Congress – on Monday 16th October at 1130 is the...

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INFORMAS e-Newsletter 2017 Issue #1

Progress Comment - Boyd Swinburn Dear INFORMASeurs, As INFORMAS goes from strength to strength with now about 22 countries involved, the networking and sharing becomes ever more critical. In this newsletter, we cover several important initiatives. Firstly, we are...

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INFORMAS e-Newsletter 2016 Issue #3

Progress Comment - Boyd Swinburn Dear INFORMAS informants As you can see from the latest newsletter, INFORMAS monitoring is underway in many countries, with Latin American countries particularly active. At the World Public Health Nutrition Congress in Cape Town in...

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INFORMAS e-Newsletter 2016 Issue #2

Progress Comment - Boyd Swinburn Dear Colleagues, INFORMAS is underway in 17 countries, each doing the modules that match the country’s priorities for monitoring food policies and environments and their capacity to undertake the studies. Some countries, like Chile...

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INFORMAS e-Newsletter 2016 Issue #1

Progress Comment - Boyd Swinburn Dear Colleagues, INFORMAS continues to grow and evolve as many more countries become interested and engaged. There are now 17 countries involved in either implementing INFORMAS modules or applying for funding to do so.  The Canadian...

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INFORMAS e-Newsletter 2015 Issue #2

Progress Comment - Boyd Swinburn Greetings, These last few months has been a busy time for INFORMAS with the meeting in Brisbane and symposia in the ICDAM9 meeting. We had 24 people from 8 countries at the day and half INFORMAS meeting. With 10 modules and 8...

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INFORMAS e-Newsletter 2015 Issue #1

Progress Comment - Boyd Swinburn Welcome to the first official-looking newsletter for INFORMAS.  This is more of a regular, professional approach than the ad hoc updates I used to send around by email to people with an interest in INFORMAS. You are all included on...

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