Our Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetic Internship provide students with a dynamic array of knowledge and skills so that they are prepared to advance the fields of nutrition and dietetics. Learn more
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Graduates of the Graduate Programs in Human Nutrition (GPHN) enter the field of dietetics and nutrition from a variety of backgrounds, with diverse interests, and with a passion to serve. These future leaders build on foundations established and refined by others and use innovative, evidenced-based, nutrition care and dietetics services to promote and enhance health and wellness for all people. They are efficient and effective communicators who use far-reaching, social networking mediums to disseminate information about nutrition to clients, colleagues, and the global community.
There are four options for graduate study in nutrition and dietetics at OHSU:
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Nutrition SeminarWhen: Monday, February 8, 2016
Time: Presentation A: 12:15-1:15pm; Presentation B: 1:15-2:15pm
Where: Gaines Hall, Room 5
Details: Nutrition Seminar Theme for Winter 2016: Nutrition Assessment and Interventions for Children with Special Health Care Needs. Each Nutrition Seminar has two presentations. Presentation A: Nutritional Assessment & Intervention for Children with Prader Willi Syndrome by Natalie Gavi, GPHN MSCN student. Presentation B: Nutritional Assessment & Intervention for Children with Thalassemia by Kayla Gahuman, GPHN MS/DI student.
CPEU Credit: 1-2 hours. Please contact Alexis Young for more information.
NUTN 532: Nutrition for the Older AdultWhen: Monday, February 8, 2016
Time: 2:30 - 4:30pm
Where: Gaines Hall, Room 47
Details: Join Dr. Sandy van Calcar, MS, PhD, RD and other GPHN students on a fascinating course about Nutrition for the Older Adult (open to the public). This course will feature guest speakers and nutrition experts from the Portland-metro area.Topic: Physical Activity for the Elderly by Kerri Winters-Stone, PhD, FACSM (OHSU School of Nursing).
CPEU Credit: 1 hour. Please contact Alexis Young for more information.
DICAS Closes!When: Monday, February 15, 2016
Details: DICAS is the centralized application for prospective Dietetic Intern students (this includes prospective students to our DI program and Combined MS/DI program). Please visit our Applications page for more information. All application materials need to be postmarked by Feb. 15, 2016.
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