NUTR 551 Applied Nutrition Assessment and Intervention
Application of the national nutrition care process model in one or more clinical settings. With supervision from Registered Dietitians, students will: conduct nutrition assessments using national models and institution-specific assessment practices; construct clinical nutrition diagnoses; carry out nutrition interventions; and be responsible for monitoring, evaluation, and outcomes assessment of assigned patients/clients. Application of various methods for assessing nutrition education needs. Students will: develop appropriate objectives for educating various clients: plan, prepare, and present nutrition and/or food related lessons to individuals and groups; evaluate the content and objectives of various electronic and print materials as well as programs and products; select appropriate materials to enhance learning; and evaluate the effectiveness of food and nutrition education programs. Registration restrictions include: Required SUNY Affiliation Agreement signed by appropriate representatives of SUNY Oneonta and the cooperating facility/community agencies. Advanced Nutrition and Medical Nutritional Therapy or the equivalent within the past three years.
Prerequisite: M.S. in Nutrition and Dietetics degree graduate student or permission of the instructor.
Corequisite: NUTR 550.
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