ERITJA SÁNCHEZ, NÚRIA
Academic year 2019-20
|Subject name||BACHELOR'S THESIS|
|Course number of credits (ECTS)||6|
|Type of activity, credits, and groups|
|Coordination||ERITJA SÁNCHEZ, NÚRIA|
|Teaching staff||E-mail addresses||Credits taught by teacher||Office and hour of attention|
|ALCANTARA TADEO, ANTONIOfirstname.lastname@example.org||0|
|ERITJA SÁNCHEZ, NÚRIAemail@example.com||0|
|HERNANDEZ JOVER, TERESAfirstname.lastname@example.org||0|
|MIAS CARBALLAL, MARI CARMEemail@example.com||0|
|MORENO CASTILLA, CRISTINAfirstname.lastname@example.org||0|
|RUBIO FERRAZ, MARIA PUYemail@example.com||0|
|SALA MARTI, NURIAfirstname.lastname@example.org||0|
|SALAMERO TEIXIDÓ, LAURAemail@example.com||0|
|SERRANO CASASOLA, JOSÉ CARLOS ENRIQUEfirstname.lastname@example.org||0|
|SERVIA GOIXART, LUISemail@example.com||0|
|SOLIVA FORTUNY, ROBERT CARLESfirstname.lastname@example.org||0|
|ZAPATA ROJAS, AMALIAemail@example.com||3|
1. Introduction and context within the Degree
The Royal Decree 1393/2007, of 29 October, which establishes the organization of official university studies, indicates that all the official Degree courses should conclude with the preparation and defense of a Final Research Project that should be part of the Degree curriculum. The Final Research Project has a transversal meaning and pretends that the students can apply most of the educational content provided at the Degree.
The Final Research Project must be done individually and supervised by a professor; either belonging to University of Lleida or by an external tutor with proven experience in Nutrition
The development of the Final Research Project must encourage and promote the acquisition of transversal skills that are intrinsically related to the formation of a healthcare professional and should facilitate the student to acquire to:
2. Themes and topics of research
The main objective of the Degree of Human Nutrition and Dietetics is to educate and promote well trained professionals for the development of activities oriented to the planning of dietary programs for individuals and specific groups, appropriate to their physiological and pathological needs, and according to the principles of health promotion and protection, disease prevention and nutritional and dietary treatment whenever required. In this sense it describes six potential areas of professional activity in the field of nutrition, which are listed below:
3. Tutor selection
Tutors could be selected within the University of Lleida community professors that are recognized in performing research activities related to the field of nutrition in any of the previously described areas.
In either tutoring, the Request for Approval of the Final Research Project Theme (Annex 1) should be submitted to the Coordination of the Degree of Human Nutrition and Dietetics for its approval.
The TFG tutors will be responsible:
4. Preparation and presentation of research works
Written Final Research Projects must be submitted to the Coordination Degree of Human Nutrition and Dietetics at least one month before to the expected date for its oral defense. All papers must be developed with the following scheme:
Written Final Research Projects will be evaluated previous its oral defense. Written projects that do not pass the evaluation stage will not have the permission for its oral defense and should be resubmitted for its approval.
Two annual calls for oral presentation will take place (June -July/ September). The commission will select an ad-hoc tribunal for the oral defense evaluation.
The evaluation of the Final Research Project is divided in three parts:
- The written presentation will have a ponderation of 50% in the final note. The following weighting to each section will be performed
- The oral defense will have a ponderation of 40% of the final note. The following aspects will be taken into account:
- Tutor evaluation with a 10% ponderation of the final note.