The HMO Academy is the first digital knowledge hub dedicated to HMOs. It is designed for providing quick access to HMO knowledge to all healthcare professionals involved in infant care.
The HMO Academy has been developed by Nestlé, to facilitate knowledge sharing on Human Milk Oligoscaccarides (HMO) with healthcare professionals on this important new innovation. Nestle is the world leader in infant nutrition and a pioneer in HMO technologies since 30 years.
The HMO Academy website is designed to provide comprehensive knowledge and regular updates about HMOs. By registering on the website, you get a personal, quick and secured access to the contents, which allows you to receive regular updates from HMO Academy and keep a track on your learning achievements. Also, registered users have the privilege of accessing the My HMO Zone which has resources for personal use, as well as for sharing with patients.
The login page of HMO Academy has a registration link for new users. By providing all the relevant details mentioned in the section and following the instructions shared on the screen as well as through e-mail, you will be able to register to the website.
HMOs are the third largest component of breastmilk and major contributors to our children’s healthy development. HMOs are now recognized as fundamental drivers of the maturing immune system of babies, making them one of the most obvious reasons why breastmilk is considered the best for infants.
The contents available through the HMO Academy are based on scientific material published in textbooks, peer-reviewed medical journals and contributions from independent scientific and medical experts. The contents are referenced and all references are available online in full-text form.
Nestlé believes that breastmilk is best for babies and supports the World Health Organization’s recommendation for exclusive breastfeeding during the first 6 months of life, followed by continued breastfeeding along with introduction of complementary foods as advised by healthcare professionals or health authority. We include the wording ‘breastfeeding is best’ whenever and wherever it is possible and relevant, such as on infant formula packaging and in all communications. We develop educational materials for healthcare professionals and parents on the benefits of breastfeeding. We also run campaigns and seminars on breastfeeding for the medical community in partnership with governments and medical institutions.
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