Menu ENN Search

Nutrition and Health Integration: A Rapid Review of Published and Grey Literature

Author: ENN
Year: 2019
Resource type: Report

In January 2019, ENN conducted a rapid review of the literature in relation to health and nutrition integration, the main findings discovered included that:

Download

N-H_2Apr19.pdf (PDF, 1.1mb)

More like this

FEX: Linking integrated community case management of sick children and nutrition: experiences and meeting report

On 11-12 December 2014, a meeting of a broad range of stakeholders with experience in nutrition and/or integrated community case management (iCCM) was convened to explore...

FEX: Severe acute malnutrition: an unfinished agenda in East Asia and the Pacific

By Cecilia De Bustos, Cécile Basquin and Christiane Rudert Lisez cet article en français ici Cecilia De Bustos is a nutrition and public health specialist who...

FEX: Ready-to-use therapeutic food and the WHO list of essential medicines

By Aurélie du Châtelet, Anne-Dominique Israel, Elise Rodriguez, Wisdom Dube, Laetitia Battisti, Magali Garcia, Coline Morin and Natalie Sessions. Aurélie...

FEX: Integrating nutrition products into health system supply chains: making the case

By Thomas Sorensen, Patrick Codjia, Patricia Hoorelbeke, Ed Vreeke and Ingeborg Jille-Traas Thomas Sorensen is Chief of Supply with UNICEF's Regional Office in Nairobi. He has...

FEX: A systematic review of obstacles to treatment of adult undernutrition

Summary of MMedSci research1 By Claire Bader Since graduating as a Registered Nurse in 1995, Claire has spent over 12 years working in a variety of health and nutritional...

en-net: ACF is looking A CONSULTANT FOR A STUDY ON RUTF

We are looking for: A CONSULTANT FOR A STUDY ON RUTF Country: Flying (two African countries) and Paris (ACF-France HQ) Length of contract: 23 working days, starting as soon...

FEX: From the Editor

A key thematic focus of this issue of Field Exchange is Humanitarian Reform. There have been many reviews and evaluations concerning the level of progress made since the reform...

FEX: Operational research in low-income countries: what, why, and how?

Summary of research1 A Lancet published article puts forward a definition of operational research, articulates its relevance to infectious-disease-control programmes, and...

FEX: Editorial perspective on the continuum of care for children with acute malnutrition

View this article as a pdf By Jeremy Shoham and Marie McGrath, Field Exchange Co-Editors Rationale for FEX special edition We are delighted to mark our 60th edition of Field...

FEX: Framework for integration of management of SAM into national health systems

By Katrien Khoos and Anne Berton-Rafael Katrien Ghoos is the Nutrition Specialist on Management of Acute Malnutrition ,Nutrition Information Systems, Emergencies and Disaster...

FEX: Enhancing infant and young child feeding in emergency preparedness and response in East Africa: capacity mapping in Kenya, Somalia and South Sudan

By Patrick Codjia, Marjorie Volege, Minh Tram Le, Alison Donnelly, Fatmata Fatima Sesay, Joseph Victor Senesie and Laura Kiige View this article as a pdf Lisez cet article en...

FEX: From the editor

Rabia, seven months, with her mother at an OTP Aim and structure of this special issue This Field Exchange special issue on ‘Lessons for the scale up of Community-based...

FEX: Editorial

This issue of Field Exchange speaks largely to the themes of scaling up and integration of nutrition programming, as well as multi-sector approaches to addressing...

FEX: Editorial

A number of the recommendations in the Grand Bargain reported on in the last issue of Field Exchange speak to the need to forge stronger links between humanitarian and...

FEX: Editorial

View this article as a pdf In this issue of Field Exchange we are delighted to feature, for the second year running, a special section that shares key outputs of Action...

FEX: Review of scale and drivers of persistent global acute malnutrition

Summary of research1 Location: Global What we know: The prevalence of global acute malnutrition (GAM) regularly exceeds the emergency threshold of >15% in protracted...

en-net: SPRING: Nutrition and Agriculture Information Systems Consultant (based in Washington, DC or remote)

The SPRING Project is looking for an experienced consultant to support SPRING's work with a USAID Feed the Future country (to be determined, but likely in West Africa)...

FEX: Management of acute malnutrition programme review and evaluation

Summary of evaluation1 Young girl recovering from severe malnutrition, OTP centre in Kaedi, Mauritania By Yvonne Grellety, Hélène Schwartz and David Rizzi Yvonne Grellety is...

FEX: Quantity through quality: Scaling up CMAM by improving programmes Access

By Saul Guerrero & Maureen Gallagher Saul Guerrero is the Senior Evaluations, Learning and Accountability (ELA) Advisor at ACF UK based in London. Prior to joining ACF, he...

en-net: Consultant needed for literature review on nutrition surveillance and early warning

TERMS OF REFERENCE
MODELING EARLY RISK INDICATORS TO ANTICIPATE MALNUTRITION (MERIAM) PROJECT

Literature Review: What are the success factors for nutrition...

Close

Reference this page

ENN (2019). Nutrition and Health Integration: A Rapid Review of Published and Grey Literature. www.ennonline.net/resources/nutritionandhealthintegration

(ENN_6290)

Close

Download to a citation manager

The below files can be imported into your preferred reference management tool, most tools will allow you to manually import the RIS file. Endnote may required a specific filter file to be used.