336 credits of study within the Bachelor of Nutritional Science/ Masters of Dietetics OR 96 credits of student within the Masters of Dietetics.
|1.||Exemplify the consolidation of dietetics knowledge and experience to support effective dietetics practice in public health nutrition, in line with the National Dietetic Competency Standard, the Dietetic Statement of Ethics and the Dietetic Code of Conduct requirements;|
|2.||Apply appropriate theory, frameworks and evidence base to the planning, design, delivery and evaluation of a public health nutrition intervention for a community/population group;|
|3.||Demonstrate the application of effective communication, cultural competency, and health and food literacy awareness, with a variety of community/population groups;|
|4.||Apply appropriate documentation and dissemination methods for a community/public health workplace; and|
|5.||Reflect on practice and demonstrate reflection in action.|
|Practicum||Professional Practice Placement assessment of competency in relevant domain elements of the National Dietetic Competency Standards||Pass/Fail|
|Report||Report summarising the planning and evaluation of public health nutrition interventions (4000 words)||Pass/Fail|
|Case Study||Presentation of a public health nutrition plan and evaluation (10mins)||Pass/Fail|
|Other||Reflective learning summary (500 words)||Pass/Fail|
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