Nutrition and Eating Behavior - Physiological foundations and human integration of the nutritionist-patient relationship
1. Understand and apply the knowledge acquired based on the physiological and psychological foundations of eating behavior;
2. Identify the clinical characteristics and know the diagnostic criteria for eating disorders and eating behavior;
3. Acquire and apply practical communication skills and nutritionist-patient relationship;
4. Know how to apply intervention and assessment models in a real work context, through the discussion of clinical cases.
The study plan consists of 56.5 contact hours, divided into 40.5 theoretical hours and 16 theoretical-practical hours. Theoretical-practical hours include distributed assessment and discussion of clinical cases used in the same assessment. 105.5 hours of autonomous study are planned, making a total of 162 hours.
The training will take place in asynchronous
and synchronous format.