Nutrition Science Competencies, Degree Coordinator Workshop
Facilitators: Dr Karin Clark, Professor Amanda Devine
Nutrition Science is complex, multi-dimensional and continually evolving, as are the degrees of study in Australia.
Purpose and who should attend:
Coordinators of degrees in Nutrition Science, Food & Nutrition Science and BSc (Nutrition major) are warmly invited to attend a workshop to introduce the contemporary Nutrition Science Competencies and their intended purpose . Coordinators will have the chance to trial a mapping tool to identify the strengths and opportunities in their curricula and discuss future application of the competencies tool. A major outcome of the workshop would be to create a community of practice of Nutrition Science educators and Degree Coordinators to share our strengths and diversity within the one discipline.
Date: Monday 2 December, 10-12 noon
Time: 10-12 noon
Venue: University of Newcastle, NeW Space building (cnr Hunter St & Auckland St), X-803 Teal Room.
- Lawlis, T., S.J. Torres, A.M. Coates, K. Clark, K.E. Charlton, A.J. Sinclair, L.G. Wood, and A. Devine, Development of nutrition science competencies for undergraduate degrees in Australia. Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2019. 28(1): p. 166-176. doi: 10.6133/apjcn.201903_28(1).0022.