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Four Health Communications is an award-winning independent healthcare communications consultancy. Our integrated approach ensures that our clients benefit from a compelling fusion of bespoke public relations, medical education, digital, patient advocacy and access communications approaches, all built on insight developed from years of experience. We are UK-based but have global reach, servicing clients with Global, pan-European and UK remits. Through our network of affiliate agencies across the world, we also provide in-market insights and local programme delivery, as needed.

CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • Educational meeting: Current approaches in the prevention and dietary management of food allergy

    Seminar | Four Health Communications

    Four Health Communications

    Global CPD accredited HCP webinar took place in May titled: ‘How close are we to revolutionising the prevention and dietary management of food allergy? A discussion with Dr Adam Fox and Dr Rosan Meyer’. Webinar presented insights from an expert steering committee related to the use of pre- and pro-biotics in the management of infants at risk of: or living with: allergy. This presentation has been designed around the original webinar content in order to share these learnings with a wider audience. This material will be shared with Nutricia’s teams to use when running non-branded educational meetings with external Healthcare Professionals.

  • Infant Nutrition Education Lunch and Learn: Introduction to the diagnosis and management of food allergy in infants, with a focus on cow’s milk allergy (CMA)

    Seminar | Four Health Communications

    Four Health Communications

    Introduction to the diagnosis and management of food allergy in infants; with a focus on cow’s milk allergy.

  • Infant Nutrition Education Lunch and Learn: Common infant feeding problems

    Seminar | Four Health Communications

    Four Health Communications

    Common infant feeding problems with a focus on the diagnosis and management of functional gastrointestinal disorders. This medical education presentation has been developed and endorsed by healthcare experts as part of the Infant Nutrition Education Programme supported by Nutricia. The presentation provides an introduction to common infant feeding problems with a focus on the diagnosis and management of functional gastrointestinal disorders and includes videos and case study content. Designed for delivery to healthcare professionals by members of the Nutricia Early Life Nutrition Solutions team as a CPD accredited 30 minute medical education lunch and learn presentation.

  • Infant Nutrition Education Lunch and Learn: Introduction to the nutritional needs of preterm infants

    Workshop | Four Health Communications

    Four Health Communications

    Infant Nutrition Education Lunch and Learn: Introduction to the nutritional needs of preterm infants. This medical education presentation has been developed and endorsed by healthcare experts; as part of the Infant Nutrition Education Programme supported by Nutricia. The presentation provides an introduction the nutritional needs of preterm infants; and includes videos and case study content. Designed for delivery to healthcare professionals by members of the Nutricia Early Life Nutrition Solutions team; as a CPD accredited 30 minute medical education lunch and learn presentation.

  • Infant Nutrition Education- e-learning programme

    Online Course | Four Health Communications

    Four Health Communications

    The Infant Nutrition Education (INE) programme has been developed and endorsed by a multidisciplinary steering committee of healthcare experts to provide healthcare professionals with education on infant feeding problems and nutrition. The INE programme is divided into easily-digestible daily content for learning on-the-go. Topics covered include: the first 1000 days; functional GI disorders; allergy and preterm infants.

  • Infant Nutrition Education Lunch and Learn: Introduction to the diagnosis and management of food allergy in infants; with a focus on cow’s milk allergy (CMA)

    Seminar | Four Health Communications

    Four Health Communications

    The presentation provides an introduction to the diagnosis and management of food allergy in infants; with a focus on cow’s milk allergy; and includes videos and case study content.

  • The Flu Burden: Relieving the pressure on emergency care using rapid diagnostics

    Webinar | Four Health Communications

    Four Health Communications

    A non-branded; educational webinar which aims to raise the debate around how point of care testing can play a crucial role in reducing the burden of influenza infection in acute medical settings

  • The influence of the gut microbiome on the immune system of infants

    Training Video | Four Health Communications

    Four Health Communications

    This e-learning learning module will explore the components of infant milk formula (prebiotics; postbiotics and Human milk oligosaccharides) and the role they play in strengthening the immune system of infants. Providing clinical evidence to demonstrate why a balanced microbiota is fundamental for the adequate development of the immune system; this module will expand upon the relevant clinical studies and the significance of the findings.

  • The next generation of infant formula – understanding the complexities of breast milk

    Training Video | Four Health Communications

    Four Health Communications

    This e-learning module looks at the complexities of breast milk; exploring why it remains the ‘gold standard’ for infant nutrition. The module will also explore the role that Human Milk Oligosaccharides (HMO’s) and diet play in the healthy development of infants; as well as looking at the components of Galactooligosaccharides (GOS) and Fructooligosaccharides (FOS) to ascertain how they mimic the complexity and functionality of breast milk. Lastly; the module will look at the clinical evidence to understand the importance of microbial diversity for the optimal development of the immune system in infants.

  • Developments in infant formula – how close can we get to breast milk

    Training Video | Four Health Communications

    Four Health Communications

    This e-learning module looks at the history of breast-feeding; presenting why ‘breast is best’; whilst exploring the need for substitutes to breast milk. Existing clinical evidence is explored to understand the risks and benefits of altering infant formula in the pursuit of achieving compositional similarity to breast milk; as well as the differences when comparing solely breastfed and formula fed infants.

  • The influence of the gut microbiome on the immune system of infants

    Training Video | Four Health Communications

    Four Health Communications

    This e-learning learning module will explore the components of infant milk formula (prebiotics; postbiotics and Human milk oligosaccharides) and the role they play in strengthening the immune system of infants. Providing clinical evidence to demonstrate why a balanced microbiota is fundamental for the adequate development of the immune system; this module will expand upon the relevant clinical studies and the significance of the findings.

  • The next generation of infant formula – understanding the complexities of breast milk

    Training Video | Four Health Communications

    Four Health Communications

    This e-learning module looks at the complexities of breast milk; exploring why it remains the ‘gold standard’ for infant nutrition. The module will also explore the role that Human Milk Oligosaccharides (HMO’s) and diet play in the healthy development of infants; as well as looking at the components of Galactooligosaccharides (GOS) and Fructooligosaccharides (FOS) to ascertain how they mimic the complexity and functionality of breast milk. Lastly; the module will look at the clinical evidence to understand the importance of microbial diversity for the optimal development of the immune system in infants.

  • Developments in infant formula – how close can we get to breast milk

    Training Video | Four Health Communications

    Four Health Communications

    This e-learning module looks at the history of breast-feeding; presenting why ‘breast is best’; whilst exploring the need for substitutes to breast milk. Existing clinical evidence is explored to understand the risks and benefits of altering infant formula in the pursuit of achieving compositional similarity to breast milk; as well as the differences when comparing solely breastfed and formula fed infants.

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