Heidi Bates

FSO/Integrated Dietetic Int, Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sci - Ag, Food & Nutri Sci Dept

Contact

FSO/Integrated Dietetic Int, Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sci - Ag, Food & Nutri Sci Dept
Email
heidi.bates@ualberta.ca
Phone
(780) 492-9482
Address
4-415 Edmonton Clinic Health Academy
11405 - 87 Ave NW
Edmonton AB
T6G 1C9

Courses

EXALES 2400 - Introduction to Professional Practice in Dietetics

This course introduces the scope and context of Canadian dietetic practice, the Canadian and Albertan health care system, jurisprudence for dietitians and basic concepts of clinical reasoning and professional communication. Pre-requisite: Admission into Alberta Internationally Educated Dietitians Bridging Program


EXALES 2401 - Dietetic Management Practice

This course builds knowledge and skills required to manage foodservice operations and other food or nutrition-related services in the Canadian context. Pre-requisite: Admission into Alberta Internationally Educated Dietitians Bridging Program


EXALES 2402 - Community Nutrition

This course supports the development of the knowledge, skills and judgement required to deliver safe and effective population and public health nutrition services in the Canadian context. Pre-requisite: Admission into Alberta Internationally Educated Dietitians Bridging Program


EXALES 2403 - Clinical Nutrition

Consolidate skills required in clinical nutrition practice including interpretation, diagnosis and application of assessment findings and development of tailored treatment plans through the application of clinical decision making model(s), critical thinking and evidence-based practice in the Canadian context. Pre-requisite: Admission into Alberta Internationally Educated Dietitians Bridging Program and EXALES 2400


NU FS 461 - Foodservice Systems Management

Operational techniques and special problems encountered during the preparation and service of food in quantity, in both commercial operations and foodservice establishments. This course uses a blended learning format to explore real-world foodservice issues. Prerequisites: NU FS 223, NU FS 250, NU FS 374. May contain alternate delivery sections: refer to the Tuition and Fees page in the University Regulations section of the Calendar.


NUTR 380 - Sports Nutrition

Basic theory related to nutritional requirements for all levels of athletic performance. Application of sports nutrition concepts for recreational to elite level athletes. Course content includes energy systems, hydration, pre- and post-event nutrition, weight management and body composition issues of athletes and ergogenic aids. Prerequisite: NU FS 305 or (NUTR 301 or 303).


NUTR 484 - Professional Practice In Community Nutrition I

Practical experience in assessing needs; program planning; implementation; and evaluation in a variety of community settings. Prerequisites: NU FS 223, NU FS 377, and NUTR 482.


NUTR 485 - Professional Practice In Community Nutrition II

This course builds on NUTR 470 to enable students to consolidate skills and competency in assessing needs; program planning; implementation; and evaluation in a variety of community settings. Prerequisite: NUTR 484.


NUTR 486 - Professional Practice In Foodservice and Management I

Practical experience in assessing; process planning and implementation; and evaluation of foodservice and management operations in a variety of settings. Prerequisites: (NU FS 363 or 361), NU FS 461, ACCTG 300, (SMO 200 or 301).


NUTR 487 - Professional Practice In Foodservice and Management II

This course builds on NUTR 472 to enable students to consolidate skills and competency in assessing; process planning and implementation; and evaluation of food service and management operations in a variety of settings. Prerequisite: NUTR 486.


NUTR 488 - Professional Practice In Clinical Dietetics

Practical experience in a variety of acute, continuing care and ambulatory care settings. The student is expected to demonstrate professional competencies in assessment, planning, development and monitoring of nutrition care plans for patients and clients. Prerequisites: NUTR 476, NUTR 482, and NUTR 483.


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