Dietary Interventions and Public Health

SAR HS 396

Students will gain an understanding of the social ecological model of health and how individual dietary behavior is influenced by factors in the environments in which they live, including family, social networks, organizations, communities, and societies. Students will become familiar with the use of theories in dietary interventions and the steps involved in developing theory-and-evidence-based programs that use an ecological approach to assess and intervene in diet-related health problems. Resources that use the systematic review process to establish evidence-based recommendations based on research findings will be used to examine the effectiveness of interventions to promote healthy eating at the population and policy levels.

FALL 2016 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Zawacki PSY B33 F 11:00 am-2:00 pm

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