This course will familiarize students with the terms and tools required to navigate the scientific literature and dissect the components of nutrition research articles. The course covers literature searches, study designs, anatomy of a research paper, and common statistical terms. Through “hands-on” exercises, including a literature review and case studies of how nutrition-related scientific evidence is translated in press releases and social media, students will gain the skills required to translate and communicate this body of knowledge responsibly.
Interpreting Nutrition Evidence
NUTC 200, NUTR 202, or prior course in General Nutrition
Not open to Friedman degree students.
|Semester/Term||SIS Number||Meeting Time||Location||Instructors|
|Spring 2019||20052||N/A||Online||Adela Hruby|