As a nutrition professional you will often have to respond to consumer queries on a wide range of complementary approaches to food, nutrition and health. This is an emerging interest for the general public and for health professionals. In this course, you will explore and assess the evidence base and ethical considerations for a range of complementary modalities. You will also use information literacy and communication skills to search resources and to convey the evidence required for future professional practice.
- NUT202 and NUT205 and enrolled in Program SC353 or SC302
- Semester of offer Subject to change
- Student contribution band
- Band 2
- Tuition fee
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