Students will also develop skills in recording and communicating written information appropriately and professionally to clients and other professionals
240 credits from Bachelor of Nutritional Science OR Appropriate Bachelor degree for graduate entry students.
|1.||Critically review and articulate theories of behaviour change and their application to dietetic practice;|
|2.||Exemplify good practice in professional communication with both clients and other professionals; and|
|3.||Justify strategies of communication and behaviour change used in dietetic practice.|
|Test||Online Test MCQ (30mins)||15%|
|Presentation||Group case study presentation (15mins)||25%|
|Report||Case study report (1500 words)||30%|
|Other||Individual client interview (20mins)||30%|
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