This page contains the Department Consent Form for HLTH 475- Measuring Food and Nutrition Exposures and Outcomes Winter 2023. The form is accessible to students starting on Monday, September 23rd at 9:00 a.m. No more submissions will be accepted after Monday, January 9th at 4:00 p.m. (EST).
The submission of this form does not guarantee successful enrollment. Enrollment will be based on the time/receipt of online submission and available seats, subject to requisites and reserves. First-round enrollment results will be completed on Monday, November 14th by 4:30 p.m.
Measuring Food and Nutrition Exposures and Outcomes
The accurate assessment of food and nutrition exposures and outcomes at the level of individuals and environments is fundamental to understanding eating patterns and the effectiveness of interventions to shape them. We will examine principles and methods of assessment, with a primary focus on food and nutrition but also consideration of related domains, such as physical activity. The principles addressed will have relevance to measurement of a range of domains (e.g., tobacco use, alcohol consumption).
Students may use this to count for:
- Free Elective
- Capstone (BPH students only)
Additional usage of the course (may be used for one of the following):
- 4th-year research methods (Pre-Clinical or Health Research Specialization)
- 4th-year seminar (Pre-Clinical or Health Research Specialization)
Prereq: HLTH 355; Level at least 4A School of Public Health Sciences students