Haruv Institute - Annual Report 2019


Semester Courses for Students of Nutrition April – June 2019 and October 2019 – January 2020

Partners: School of Nutritional Sciences, Robert H. Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment, The Hebrew University, Rehovot Background and Goal: In the course of their work nutritionists meet children and their families, and are required to diagnose and treat them; they may also develop meaningful ties. This course provides them with the knowledge and skills necessary to detect and treat maltreated children. Target Population: 3rd year students of nutrition

Number of Sessions: 2 semesters (18 sessions with each group)

Number of Participants: 144

Location: School of Nutritional Sciences, The Hebrew University, Rehovot

Budget: ILS 15,000

"This course opened up a new world for me, demonstrating the importance of comprehensive observation of children and their families even when they come for nutritional consultation."

The Nurse's Role in Identifying Maltreated Children: Nurses Training in an Emergency Medicine Completion Course July 2019 Partners: Center for Advanced Training in Nursing, Haifa Goal: Raise awareness and provide skills to detect, treat and report maltreated children who reach the hospital. Target Population: Nurses in emergency medicine completion course TRAINING NURSES Nurses in the public sector are often the front line at hospitals and clinics and the first to detect maltreated children. It is therefore important to raise their awareness and provide them with the necessary skills to address these situations.

Number of Sessions: 1

Number of Participants: 50

Location: School of Nursing, Haifa


Budget: ILS 3,500


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