HHN2001 - Family Health and Nutrition Through the Lifespan
HHN2402 - Diet & Disease
HFS2001 - Properties of Food
|1.||Critique the communication strategies and nutrition messages delivered to the general public/consumers by the media, advertisers, the food industry, government and public health agencies.|
|2.||Apply the principles of promoting health behaviour change, taking into considering barriers and enablers that may impact on the general public/consumers ability to change.|
|3.||Evaluate and develop written and verbal health education materials which consider the cultural requirements, literacy levels and health literacy levels of the general public/consumer.|
|4.||Demonstrate professional, technical, cultural and interpersonal knowledge and skills for successful collaboration with peers on the production of a key nutrition message for a contemporary and diverse audience.|
|Assignment||Part A; Development of a resource to support nutrition education.||10%|
|Assignment||Part B; Evidence base for resource in Part A (1000 words)||20%|
|Presentation||Team presentation (30 mins)||35%|
|Other||Individual written reflective summary (1500 words)||35%|
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