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These days, eating is a major cultural event, in the anthropological sense. In fact, the idea of what a society is and represents is linked to the quality of its population’s diet. The process of increasing, expanding and improving social and health services has incorporated food management as a preventive or mitigating factor in collective and personal health.
From government campaigns promoting balanced nutrition to including dieticians in all types of institutions prove that nutrition and diet are key issues in the lives of our citizens.
Marta Carrera Villespín Tel: +34 (0)93 412 54 55 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Internet: Click here or Click here or Click here for PDf Last update 16/02/2010 mas To institution’s address (top of the page) Course Title Master in Research Methodology: Design and Statistics in Health Sciences Institution Barcelona: Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona Country Spain Type Master Topics Health Research and Methods Language Español Degree, Credits 60 ECTS Location Hospital del Mar (Servei de Medicina Interna/ Malalties Infeccioses) Objectives/ Content One of the areas where methodological needs are more obvious is the health sciences given that design, statistics and computer tools are essential to support research, as well as to prepare research projects and publish in important journals. This type of knowledge must be provided at the graduate level, when graduates in this area, especially those working in the public health system, have hypotheses and data to test, and therefore, their motivation and work environment is optimal to incorporate statistics and design concepts that are traditionally difficult for undergraduates.
Conchi Serrano Bermúdez Tel: +34 (0)935 811 632 Email: email@example.com Internet: Click here orhttp://www.metodo.uab.cat/ or Click here for PDF Last update 17/02/2010 mas To institution’s address (top of the page) Course Title Graduate Certificate in Emergencies and Catastrophes Institution Barcelona: Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona Country Spain Type Diploma Topics Emergencies: Public Health in Emergencies and Disasters Language Español Degree, Credits 40 ECTS Location Escola Universitària d’Infermeria de la Vall d’Hebron. Pg.Vall d’Hebron, Pavelló docent, 119-129, 08035 Barcelona Objectives/ Content Today, training in outpatient emergencies and disaster reliefs is required due to the the growing demand for professionals with expertise in this area. For many years, accident victims were taken to the hospital, to the emergency room, in ambulances which, in general, were ill-equipped and by vocational care personnel. Studies published lately have demonstrated that quality care www.linkedin.com/ during the first hour following the accident is basic to prevent and avoid sequels or to diminish the seriousness of the situations that may be generated. Next Beginning September 2010 – July 2011 Duration 9 months No. of Participants 30 Requirements Degree in Health Sciences (Nursing) Course fee 1710 For further information Cristina Sitjá Tel: +34 (0)93 489 40 78 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Internet: Click here or Click here or Click here for PDF Last update 17/02/2010 mas To institution’s address (top of the page) Course Title Graduate Certificate in Obesity and Eating Disorders Institution Barcelona: Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona Country Spain Type Diploma Topics Health Determinants: Nutrition and Malnutrition Healthcare areas: Non-Infectious and Chronic Diseases Language Español Degree, Credits 40 ECTS Location IUSC Centre d’Estudis Superiors, C/ Fontanella, 19, Barcelona Objectives/ Content One of the main characteristics of western society’s current eating habits is excess. Food intake that greatly exceeds real nutritional needs causes an emergent epidemic: obesity, which carries multiple associated pathologies such as diabetes mellitus, high blood pressure, arteriosclerosis or cancer. However, consumer society imposes a body image on the individual. In this context, we find both obesity problems and eating disorders. This course provides the necessary keys to understand the problems treated, as well as the proper way to approach the situation at the preventive and intervention levels once the problem has manifested itself.