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IFSEN - Formation continue en santé environnement

2ème session de la formation à destination des professionnels de santé, inscrivez-vous aujourd'hui!

19.03.2014 | Anne Géraud-Conan

Pays: France
Enjeux: Santé environnementale – formation des professionnels de santé, médicaux, paramédicaux et du secteur social
Durée: 01/2015 - 10/2015

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En Janvier 2015, démarrera la deuxième session de la formation continue « Santé environnementale et pratiques de soin » : un programme novateur pour une approche globale et complète de la santé environnementale.

Les inscriptions sont ouvertes - Début des cours en Janvier 2015 !

Renseignements: Anne Géraud-Conan: 0450 438 412 ou anne.geraud-conan@wecf.eu

Comment répondre aux nouveaux enjeux sanitaires que représentent les polluants environnementaux?  Renforcer la formation des professionnels de santé nous apparait primordial!

C’est pourquoi l'IFSEN propose pour la 2ème année consécutive une formation continue en santé environnementale à destination des professions sanitaires et sociales: Infirmières, sages-femmes, gynécologues, puéricultrices, etc.

L’objectif est d’apporter à ces professionnels une expertise unique, spécifique et approfondie dans le domaine de la santé environnementale et du développement durable afin qu’ils puissent les intégrer dans leurs pratiques de soin et leurs pratiques éducatives. En contact direct avec les populations vulnérables aux impacts environnementaux (femmes enceintes, enfants en bas âge en particulier), les professionnels de santé sont les premiers vecteurs de sensibilisation, de transmission du savoir et d’accompagnement. Ils ont besoin de développer leur expertise sur ces sujets.

Unique en France, la formation "Santé environnementale et pratiques de soin" est dispensée à St Egrève, aux portes de Grenoble. Elle démarrera en septembre 2014 à un rythme de 3 jours par mois pendant 9 mois (189h). Les stagiaires bénéficieront de l’intervention de nombreux experts, tous reconnus dans leur domaine : éco-infirmier, toxicologue, docteurs en éducation à la santé environnementale, en neurosciences, en sciences sociales, ethnobotaniste, nutritionniste, médecins, etc...

Le programme de grande qualité scientifique est résolument orienté sur l’intégration de toutes les connaissances dans les pratiques de soin au quotidien. 

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