NUTR 316 - Medical Nutrition Therapy I and Skills Lab
This course covers the evidence-based principles of nutritional care in disease and focuses on the integration and interpretation of data (clinical, biochemical, anthropometric and nutritional intake) for the nutritional care process including nutrition assessment, diagnosis, intervention and monitoring and evaluation. Lectures provide an in-depth study of pathophysiology, diagnosis, signs and symptoms, medical management and nutrition management of disease states. A separate skills lab provides hands-on training for such skills as taking anthropometric measurements, body composition measurement, assessing drug-nutrient interactions, acid-base balance, balance studies and more. Three hours of lecture, plus laboratory, second semester.
Laboratory Fee: $52
Prerequisite(s): CHEM 240 - Biochemistry of the Human Body , BIOL 242 - Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology II , NUTR 325 - Nutrition Through the Lifecycle , NUTR 335 - Nutrition Assessment
Note: NUTR 335 Nutrition Assessment may be taken concurrently with NUTR 316
Other: Laboratory fee $50
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