A “Hands-On” Thread, Part of a Medical Nutrition Education Curriculum
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Required “hands-on” medical nutrition education sessions are woven through years 1–3 at the Brody School of Medicine. An elective opportunity also is available for third and fourth year students. These active learning sessions focus on diet and chronic disease, including obesity, prevention, and treatment.
KeywordsMedical nutrition education Active learning Interprofessional practice Weight management Hands-on curriculum
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