DN 826. Medical Nutrition Therapy II. 3 Hours.

Course content includes current nutrition theory and evidence-based practice in prevention and treatment of disease. Advanced therapies and patient management in nutrition support will be discussed. Course topics include pediatric nutrition, obesity, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, renal disease, and gastrointestinal diseases. Elements of pathology and biochemistry of the nutrition-related problems are integrated into course topics. This course is designed for students enrolled in the dietetic internship, but students from other departments may enroll with consent of instructor. Prerequisite: Undergraduate coursework in nutrition, diet therapy, biochemistry and physiology; DN 825; or consent of instructor. LEC.

Doctor of Philosophy in Medical Nutrition Science

http://catalog.ku.edu/health-professions/dietetics-nutrition/phd/

...DN 825 Medical Nutrition Therapy I 3 DN 826 Medical Nutrition Therapy II 3 DN...

Dietetic Internship Graduate Certificate

http://catalog.ku.edu/health-professions/dietetics-nutrition/certificate/

...DN 825 Medical Nutrition Therapy I 3 DN 826 Medical Nutrition Therapy II 3 DN...