8 x 1.5-hour tutorials per semester 1 x 4-hour workshop per semester 1 x 10-week clinical placement once-only
1 Admission into MND-Master of Nutrition and Dietetics 1a Admission into BND-Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics 1b Admission into HBNTD-Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics (Honours) 2 NUTD9163 - Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics 2a NUTD3106 - Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics 3 NUTD9161 - Communication and Nutrition Counselling 3a NUTD3104 - Communication and Nutritional Counselling 4 1 of NUTD3109, NUTD9167, NUTD3108, NUTD9164 Must Satisfy: ((1 or 1a or 1b) and (2 or 2a) and (3 or 3a) and 4)
Students must have satisfactorily completed all year 1 topics.
Clinical Placement 100%
The Clinical Placement in Nutrition and Dietetics is a full-time 10 week placement in a metropolitan, rural, interstate or overseas hospital, supported by a supervising dietitian. This topic provides students with the opportunity to demonstrate and develop skills in the effective delivery of nutrition care to individuals and their families in a clinical setting. The placement also gives students the opportunity to demonstrate a competent, organised, professional and ethical approach to work, with skills required for reflective practice and independent learning in a supported setting.
To provide students with knowledge, skills and attitudes for entry level practice as a dietitian in clinical practice.
Expected learning outcomes
By the end of the clinical placement, students will be able to demonstrate the following attributes at entry level practice:
Broad knowledge and skills as a clinical practitioner, such that she/he demonstrates entry level competence in the nutritional management and counselling of individual clients;
Professional attitudes and practices which facilitate growth as a competent health professional and demonstrated ability to work as a contributing member of a dietetics department;
Communicate in a professional manner to clients and other members of the health care team and
Use the processes of critical thinking and evaluation in daily practice.
Key dates and timetable
Timetable details for 2019 are no longer published.
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