BRIONES VOZMEDIANO, ERICA TULA
Academic year 2023-24
|Subject name||PUBLIC HEALTH AND COMMUNITY NUTRITION|
|Semester||2nd Q(SEMESTER) CONTINUED EVALUATION|
|Course number of credits (ECTS)||9|
|Type of activity, credits, and groups|
|Coordination||BRIONES VOZMEDIANO, ERICA TULA|
|Department||NURSING AND PHYSIOTHERAPY|
|Teaching load distribution between lectures and independent student work||Classroom hours 90
- Lectures 45
- Seminars 45
Non-attendance hours 225
|Important information on data processing||Consult this link for more information.|
|Language||Catalan and Spanish|
|Teaching staff||E-mail addresses||Credits taught by teacher||Office and hour of attention|
|BRIONES VOZMEDIANO, ERICA TULAfirstname.lastname@example.org||1,5|
|MARTINEZ OLMEDO, NAILAemail@example.com||0|
|RODRIGUEZ GUERRERO, LUIS ALEJANDROfirstname.lastname@example.org||4|
|ZAPATA ROJAS, AMALIAemail@example.com||8|
This subject aims to place the student in a community context. We propose that they understand health as a continuous (non-dual) phenomenon with variations between population groups and over time. We also want to disseminate the idea that health depends, among other things, on the lifestyles of individuals, including nutrition. The course aims to provide the basis for measuring the health of the community and the factors that determine it, as well as to participate in the planning and evaluation of interventions.
Very important health problems in our environment (very frequent and causing high mortality or loss of quality of life) are closely linked to nutrition; examples are cardiovascular diseases or cancer. Finally, public health and the health system itself provide intervention tools to restore, preserve and improve the state of health of the community. At this level, students already have basic knowledge of biostatistics, epidemiology and other subjects in order to acquire the knowledge, competences and skills that this subject aims to provide.
At the knowledge level
To be able to understand health and health-related factors from a community point of view.
To be aware of social and gender inequalities in health.
To dentify and describe the lifestyles that influence health in a given community, especially those related to food and nutrition.
To know what public health is and what it does and what bodies are involved in it.
To know the main threats and risks of food origin that can affect the community.
To know how to measure and assess the state of health of a community and what are the phases and contents for planning and evaluating an intervention.
To know the different intervention strategies in a community,
At the level of capacity and applications
To be able to understand, interpret and participate in the approach to a public health problem of food origin.
To be able to analyse or communicate news with public health, food and nutrition implications.
To be able to participate and interpret an assessment of the nutritional status of a community.
To be able to participate in and interpret a health diagnosis of a community as well as in an intervention and evaluation.
At the level of values and attitudes
To understand and defend health as a community good.
To understand and defend the actions of different bodies (public and private) to recover, maintain and improve the state of health of the community.
To be aware of the importance of social factors and health inequalities.
To be disseminators of the empowerment of citizens in order to achieve improved levels of health.
Students who pass the course must acquire the following competences:
Transversal and strategic competences
Examples of practical content and seminars
1. Analysis of a large-scale public health problem of food origin.
2. Inequalities in health. Poverty.
3. Analysis of a news story with public health, food and nutrition implications.
4. Analysis of comparative health systems
5. Public health actions in response to a food alert
6. Health indicators: calculation and interpretation
7. Health indicators: community health reporting
8. Evaluation of a public health intervention
9. Analysis of a health report (development of the Health Plan). master plans
10. Brief analysis of nutritional policy
11. How we will elaborate a food guide. didactic aspects.
12. Assessment of health programmes and presentation of the "Let's move" programme on nutrition and sport at school.
13. Interpretation and evaluation of an assessment of the nutritional status of the population.
14. Health diagnosis and development of a community nutrition intervention programme.
Four didactic approaches will be used:
Lectures (4,5 ECTS)
Practical seminars (4 ECTS)
Practical discussions of real cases (0,3 ECTS)
Presentation of case studies (0,2 ECTS)
Classroom hours 90:
Master Classes 45
Practical seminars 45
Non-attendance hours: Elaboration of a programme of intervention in community nutrition
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The evaluation will be based on the following evidences:
In accordance with the assessment regulations approved by the Consell de Govern on 26 February 2014, students who are working may opt for a single assessment at the beginning of the course. This will consist of a multiple-choice exam that will represent 60% of the mark and of which they will have to obtain a minimum mark of 6 to pass it plus a proposal of a programme of intervention in community nutrition (in oral and written presentation) with the same conditions as the students of continuous assessment, this last activity represents 40% of the mark.
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