Education Education and Lifelong Learning Committee Lifelong Learning Strategy LLL-guide and Toolkit Dietetic Standards Publications Courses and Training Opportunities Webinars and videos
Anne de Looy interview in Athens EFAD ESDN Public Health Webinar ENDietS 2 Days Free Webinar – The use of Social Media 18th ENDietS webinar 17th ENDietS webinar 16th ENDietS webinar Webinar on “Water – the forgotten nutrient" Webinar: The ISP week @ Antwerp 20th ENDietS webinar 21st ENDietS webinar: How to help a patient with binge eating disorder 19th ENDietS Webinar- Nutritional Status in Cirrhotic Patients 22nd FREE ENDietS webinar: "Predictors of clinical outcome and hormonal changes in Anorexia Nervosa" EFAD webinar: Working with NCPT when writing Electronic Health Records 23rd Free ENDietS webinar: "How to understand eating disorders - feeling fat and other stories" 24th Free ENDietS webinar: The didactics of the IMPECD MOOC 25th FREE ENDietS webinar: Finding your calling: A summer of adventure for Nutrition and Dietetics students EFAD ESDN Oncology Webinar EFAD Webinar: Gluten free diet (GFD): who, when and how EFAD Webinar: “Promoting Global Dietitians – Opportunities for Internationalization” Free EFAD webinar: “Evidenced-based practice in dietetics” How EFAD Promotes Dietitians Across Europe 26th FREE ENDietS webinar: The role of sugar at breakfast in health and appetite EFAD ESDN Oncology webinar: Obesity in breast cancer patients - what are the causes, consequences & solutions? EFAD Webinar: "Malnutrition in older adults; nutrition interventions in different settings" Free EFAD webinar: “Oncology nutrition key points during head and neck cancer treatment”
Diets 2

What is a Thematic Network?

Thematic Networks are one of the main innovations of the Socrates-Erasmus programme. They were created to deal with forward-looking, strategic reflection on the scientific, educational and institutional issues in the main fields of higher education. Generally speaking, a Thematic Network is a co-operation between departments of higher education institutions and other partners (e.g. academic organisations or professional bodies). Normally, all countries participating in the Socrates-Erasmus programmes (EU, EFTA and Candidate Countries) should be represented in a Thematic Network. The main aim of the programme is to enhance quality and to define and develop a European dimension within a given academic discipline or study area. Alternatively, it can take up a topic of an inter- or multidisciplinary nature, or other matters of common interest, such as university management or quality assurance. Co-operation within Thematic Networks is expected to lead to outcomes which will have a lasting and widespread impact on universities across Europe in the field concerned.

All the Thematic Networks have taken European integration on board and have had a very pronounced European dimension. In that sense, European co-operation has been envisaged at two levels: Firstly, as a policy issue, where higher education has been called upon to contribute to the cultural, economic and technical construction of the Union. Secondly, Thematic Networks have been a means in itself to stimulate and, where necessary, adapt higher education, improving its quality and effectiveness.

Objectives

The main aim of Thematic Networks (TN) is to enhance quality and to define and develop a European dimension within a given academic discipline or study area, or as regards a topic of an interdisciplinary/multidisciplinary nature, or in other matters of common interest (such as university management, quality assurance etc.). This is achieved by means of cooperation between universities, university faculties or departments. Such cooperation should also involve academic associations, learned societies, professional bodies, other partners of socio-economic importance in the public or private sector and, where appropriate, student organisations. Cooperation within Thematic Networks is expected to lead to outcomes which will have a lasting and widespread impact on universities across Europe in the field concerned.

http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/static/en/overview/ThemNetwks_overview.htm