Dietitians are experts of human nutrition who use their evidence-based knowledge about healthy diet to design and implement diet therapy for diseases caused by improper nutrition. They work either independently or as part of a medical team and their tasks include individual and group counselling, preventing nutrition-related chronic and non-contagious diseases, creating diet plans according to the client’s sensitivity and disease.
Students of dietetics will learn about the clinical implications of malnutrition, the physiological effects of a healthy diet on the individual and its overall impact on society. They will be able to translate up-to-date scientific research on food and public health into practice by planning specific nutritional regimens tailored to the needs of the patients. The program offers a well-balanced combination of practice and theory in the fields of food and nutritional science, clinical dietetics, epidemiology, biophysics, medical technology, catering management enabling graduates to choose from a wide range of career opportunities.
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