HMG7130 - Nutrition for Global Health
|1.||Appraise the utility of standard methodologies for measuring the nutritional status of an individual and justify their use in specific contexts;|
|2.||Interpret data on the nutrition status of a population as a basis for design, implementation and evaluation of subsequent nutrition interventions;|
|3.||Design a large population-based nutrition assessment that considers the proposed outcomes of such an assessment and acknowledges the existing evidence base;|
|4.||Formulate nutrition priorities through the collection, analysis and interpretation of information on a community or population group;|
|5.||Design a community nutrition program using theory and evidence to guide selection of strategies and identification of outcomes;|
|6.||Critique and substantiate mechanisms to monitor and evaluate programs for efficacy and quality; and|
|7.||Write and defend a project proposal according to specified conventions to address an identified health issue in a particular community.|
|Report||Written report on the methodology, analysis and interpretation of a nutrition survey for a population group (2500 words)||40%|
|Project||Written grant proposal for a community nutrition project (2500 words)||40%|
|Presentation||Present and defend a grant proposal for a community nutrition project (1500 words)||20%|
Measuring Mortality, Nutritional Status, and Food Security in Crisis Situations 1
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