8 October, Auckland – This one-day seminar brought to you by the Healthy Start Workforce Project is designed for health practitioners looking to explore the developmental origins of health and disease and how they can empower their patients to make positive behaviour change. You will learn more about:

  • How the path for chronic lifestyle disease is laid down in early life, the first 1,000 days.
  • The role of the gut microbiome in life course health. A vast community of trillions of bacteria inhabit your gastro- intestinal tract and have a major influence on your metabolism, immunity, mood and more.
  • The science of behaviour change to support you in your role as an agent of change.

Where: University of Auckland, Tamaki Campus. 261 Morrin Road, Auckland 1072, New Zealand.

Find out more and register here.