Post Graduation Diploma in Dietetics and Applied Nutrition

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  • Type

    Post Graduate Diploma

  • Methodology

    Online

  • Duration

    1 Year

  • Start date

    Different dates available

  • Online campus

    Yes

Dietetics and Applied Nutrition is a field that constitutes human nutrition and clinical nutrition. Students after clearing their Bachelor in Home Science, Biology, Food science, Clinical Biochemistry can enroll with this post graduate diploma in Dietetics and Applied Nutrition. Under this program candidates will learn the detail knowledge about the varied segments of Dietetics and Applied Nutrition. After completing the same program of Post Graduate Diploma in Dietetics and Applied Nutrition; candidates can apply job in recognized Public Health Center, Food Service Management, Clinical Dietetics, Fitness Center and many more.

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This centre has demonstrated its quality on Emagister
10 years with Emagister

Subjects

  • Management
  • IT Management
  • Science
  • Health and Nutrition
  • Dietary
  • Dietetics
  • Health
  • Health Nutrition
  • Counselling
  • Health Care

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SNEHA  SHARMA

SNEHA SHARMA

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Course programme

OBJECTIVES 1. To understand the etiology, physiological and metabolic anomalies of acute and chronic disorders / diseases. 2. To understand the effect of various disorders / diseases on nutritional status, nutritional and dietary requirements. 3. To be able to recommend and provide appropriate nutrition care for prevention and treatment of various disorders / diseases. 4. To remain updated on recent advances in Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT) CONTENTS PERIODS UNIT I: Nutrition Care 12 a) Nutrition care process in MNT  Nutritional screening and assessment  Nutritional interpretation of routine medical and laboratory data  Nutrition care plan and implementation – qualitative and quantitative dietary modifications and progressive diets  Dietary counselling  Monitoring and follow up  Ethical issues b) Nutritional support methods  Enteral nutrition  Parenteral nutrition c) Diet, nutrient and drug interactions 7 UNIT II: Weight Management and Metabolic Stress 14 Recent advances in etio pathophysiology, clinical and metabolic aberrations, diagnosis, complications, treatment and MNT - prevention and dietary counselling in :  Obesity  Underweight  Eating disorders  Metabolic stress - critical care, surgery, burns, injury and trauma, sepsis  HIV/AIDS UNIT III: Management of Metabolic disorders 11 Recent advances in etiopathophysiology, clinical and metabolic aberrations, diagnosis, complications, treatment and MNT - prevention and dietary counselling in :  Diabetes Mellitus  Gout UNIT IV: Management of Cardio-Vascular Disorders 11 Recent advances in etiopathophysiology, clinical and metabolic aberrations, diagnosis, complications, treatment and MNT - prevention and dietary counselling in  Diseases of the cardiovascular system: CAD - HT, Hyperlipidemia, Atherosclerosis, Metabolic Syndrome, MI, CHF, Coronary bypass surgery  Cerebrovascular disease, Peripheral vascular disease. RECOMMENDED READINGS  Mahan L. K. and Escott Stump S. (2008) Krause’s Food & Nutrition Therapy 12th ed. Saunders-Elsevier.  Gibney MJ, Elia M, Ljungqvist &Dowsett J. (2005) Clinical Nutrition. The Nutrition Society Textbook Series. Blackwell Publishing Company.  William’s Basic Nutrition and Diet Therapy. 13th Edition. Stacy Nix (2009) Elsevier Mosby.  Garrow, J.S., James, W.P.T. and Ralph, A. (2000) Human Nutrition and Dietetics. 10th ed. Churchill Livingstone.  Lee RD & Neiman DC. (2009). Nutritional Assessment.. 5th edition. Brown & Benchmark.  Dorland WA Newman. (2003) Dorland’s Illustrated Medical Dictionary. 30th ed. WB Saunders Co. 8 PUBLIC HEALTH NUTRITION THEORY Paper No. : 0113 Maximum Marks : 100 Teaching Periods : 4/week Teaching Load : 48-50 periods/semester OBJECTIVES 1. To understand the concept of Public Health Nutrition. 2. To understand the National Health Care Delivery System. 3. To understand the causes and consequences of nutritional problems in the community. 4. To orient the students with the methodologies applied in nutritional assessment of individuals and communities. CONTENTS PERIODS UNIT I: Public Health Nutrition 14  Aim, scope and content of Public Health Nutrition  Role of Public Health Nutritionist in National development  Health – Definition, dimensions, determinants and indicators  National Health Care Delivery System - Health care of the community, Health care systems UNIT II: Assessment of Nutritional Status of Individual and Community 10  Direct methods – anthropometry, biochemical, biophysical and clinical methods  Indirect methods –dietary intake and ecological variables including socio-cultural, biologic, environmental and economic  Errors in methods of assessing nutritional status

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Post Graduation Diploma in Dietetics and Applied Nutrition

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