Courses

All Basic Life Support Continuing Education and Life Support MND/DI

Advanced Pharmacology Applications

  Prerequisite: MND 523 This course integrates evidence-based research, clinical experience and critical thinking to systematically assess and manage drug-nutrient interactions. Class discussions with case-scenarios will be utilized to demonstrate application of the class topic.

Research Application in Nutrition Diagnostics 2

  Prerequisite: MND 600 This course is designed for the student to become a more proficient writer. The student will develop a publication quality article, utilizing the nutritional injury model, for dissemination and presentation to peers, preceptors, and healthcare professionals. The topics will be approved by the course instructor(s).

Advanced Geriatrics

  Prerequisite/Co-requisite: MND 630, MND 640 or permission from instructor An in-depth look at the inter-relationship between aging and nutrition. Physiological, psychological, and sociological aspects of aging, theories of aging, internal and external factors related to nutrient intake, and nutrient needs will be considered utilizing the nutriokinetic and nutriodynamic modeling. The nutrition focused physical exam […]

Advanced Nutrition Assessment

  Pre-requisite /Co-requisite: MND 630 Further development of assessment skills: focus on history gathering to strengthen the 5 axes of evidence. The interplay of inflammation, pathology, aging, sarcopenia with nutritional status will be investigated. Assessment of macro and micronutrient status will be discussed in the context of The Stages of Injury/Nutritional Injury.

Advanced Applied MNT 2 Clinical & Lecture

  Prerequisite: MND 620 A clinical practicum/supervised practice, along with 1 hour of theory to complement the practice experience. This course is designed for the advanced student to develop and advance skills in utilizing the NPE, the Kight NK/ND modeling and the 9 step NCP. Patient cases are utilized for group discussion.

Advanced Applied MNT 1 Clinical & Lecture

  Prerequisite/Co-requisite: MND 610 A clinical practicum/supervised practice for graduate level students, along with 1 hour of theory to complement the practice experience. These experiences are designed for the student to develop and advance skills in utilizing the NPE, the Kight NK/ND modeling and the 9 step NCP. Experiences take place in hospitals, clinics, and […]

Nutrition Focused Physical Exam 2

  Prerequisite: MND 545 Development of the Nutrition Focused Physical Exam (NPE) to assess nutritional status and identify protein calorie malnutrition and micronutrient based lesions. The interrelationships of nutrition with biochemical, physiological and anatomical changes associated with acute, chronic, and terminal illness are considered in development of the NPE skills. In-depth look at the body […]

Research Application in Nutrition Diagnostics 1

  Prerequisites: MND 545 & MND 550 Explore challenges in designing and interpreting research studies assessing nutrient effects. The student will design a clinical research proposal, with the topic approved by course instructor(s).

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