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NUT2220 Nutritional Assessment
Credit Points: 15
In this unit students have the opportunity to examine a variety of approaches to the measurement of nutritional status in individuals and populations. Practical skills related to anthropometric nutrition data collection are developed and established biochemical tests are examined. The design and use of diet histories, records, checklists and frequencies are evaluated.

This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
SMAAAAAAESS Exercise and Sports Science Professional Accreditation 8 Unit Supporting Major
SMCHPEHuman Performance 8 Unit Supporting Major
SMNUTRNUTRITION 10 Unit Supporting Major
SMNUTNUTRITION 8 Unit Supporting Major
MINUTNutrition Minor
MANUTNutrition Major
MANUTNutrition Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 30/09/2006 VET: 30/09/2006