Internship (year 2)

A.Y. 2020/2021
Overall hours
Learning objectives
The aim of the course is to allow the student to:
1. Fit into the context of internship, proving availability and interest to proposed experiences
2. See and describe modality of therapeutic treatment made by the operator with attention on context of therapy
3. Develop communication and interaction with met operator ability
4. Be able to calculate physiological diets
5. Be able to take anthropometric measurement
Expected learning outcomes
At the end of the course students will be able to:
1. use specific instrument (composition tables, weight and portion, LARN) use pc and informatics knowledge for nutritional intake calculation
2. investigate food history
3. calculate nutritional intake based on food history
4. describe photographic atlas and prove that have understood
5. calculate nutritional intake based on nutritional diary
6. prepare predisposition of diet
7. give indication for food replacement
8. detect weight of patient
9. detect height of patient
10. detect circumferences of patient
11. perform fold detection
12. calculate BMI and daily energy requirement
13. join to outpatient educational activities
14. join to group educational activities
15. use correctly tools ( balance, statometer, anthropometric meter)
16. use equipment (BIA, calorimetry, plicometer)
17. formulate weekly dietary scheme for communities or groups
Course syllabus and organization

Unique edition

MED/49 - FOOD AND DIETETIC SCIENCES - University credits: 25
Practicals - Exercises: 500 hours