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Assessing Needs and Setting Priorities in Population and Public Health: Workbook

Designed for use by dietetic educators, undergraduate and graduate students, dietetic interns and new-to-practice public health practitioners, this peer-reviewed two-part resource will support learners to achieve specific entry-level competencies and performance indicators within the Integrated Competencies in Dietetic Education and Practice.
This resource includes a PowerPoint presentation and workbook that complements the web-based interactive course, Assessing Needs and Setting Priorities in Population and Public Health. The content is taught through a case-based approach to demonstrate how a new dietitian working with community stakeholders develops the knowledge and skills to plan, conduct, synthesize, organize and prioritize the findings from a community nutrition needs assessment.  Find out more details here

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The PowerPoint and workbook are also available in French.

The cost of this item is $9.95 for members and $29.95 for non-members.  
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