SYLLABUS CPH 478 Public Health Nutrition Spring Semester 2016

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1 Time: Location: Instructor: Monday and Wednesday 4:00pm to 5:15pm Drachman Hall A114 SYLLABUS CPH 478 Public Health Nutrition Spring Semester 2016 Cynthia Davis, RD, MS, Office Hours: By appointment and after class until 6:00pm Teaching Assistant: Nishita Vani Maganty: TA Office Hours: By appointment Catalog Description: This course is an analysis of nutrition issues concerned with health and disease. Biochemical, physiological and socioeconomic interactions will be evaluated as they relate to the development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of nutrition programs and research that affect women and children. Prerequisites: Junior or senior level public health majors. Graduate student in a health related field including biological or social sciences. CPH 309 Introduction to Epidemiology. Objectives of the Course At the end of the course students will be able to: 1. Interpret, evaluate and use nutrition recommendations made by individuals and organizations at the local and national level. 2. Evaluate the current biochemical, physiological and epidemiological literature on the relationships between nutrition, health and diseases. 3. Develop nutritional assessments for identifying and monitoring malnutrition and hunger in individuals and communities, using social, dietary, anthropometric and biochemical measures. 4. Integrate biological and social factors affecting health to develop intervention (prevention) programs that will have an impact on the nutritional status of a community. 5. Assess, monitor and evaluate the impact of public health programs. Public Health Competencies Addressed Understand how the data illuminates ethical, political, scientific, economic, and overall public health issues.

2 Communicate effectively both in writing and orally (unless a handicap precludes one of those forms of communication). Lead and participate in groups to address specific issues, including ability to work in teams, span organizational boundaries, and cross systems. Develop mechanisms to monitor and evaluate programs for their effectiveness and quality. Identify and examine the role of cultural, social, ethnic, religious, spiritual, and behavioral factors in determining disease prevention health promoting behavior, and health service organizational and delivery. Define, assess, and understand the health status of population, determinants of health and illness, factors contributing to health promotion and disease prevention, and factors influencing the use of health services. Understand the historical development and structure of state, local, and federal public health agencies. Prepare proposals for funding from internal and external sources. Undergraduate Competencies Use epidemiological principles to describe and analyze causes of disease and illness. Provide a biological description for the major causes of communicable and noncommunicable diseases and their pathology. Course Notes: Reading notes and PowerPoint presentations for class will be on the D2L site. Required Text: Readings are assigned per topic. Course Requirements: Do readings and coursework as outlined. Be engaged in course material;; provide healthy and constructive feedback to instructor and class peers.

3 Course Structure The first two weeks include lectures on each Wednesday. In general, the course will study a different topic each week with a lecture on Monday and an in-class project related to the topic on each Wednesday. There will be a semester-long group project that will result in a class presentation during the final portion of the course. There will be two exams. Evaluation Methods On the first day of class you all will divide into groups of 4-5 students. You will work with your group throughout the semester to conduct weekly in-class group projects and a semester long project. Your group will provide two presentations;; one presentation will report on an in-class project and the second presentation will be on your semester long project. You will also be responsible for providing a review all the presentations. There will also be a mid-term and final exam. In-class Projects and Presentations On each Wednesday, the class will be divided into two sections. The first half will be used to work on a group project. Each group will turn in a report on its in-class project. The activities that make up these projects will vary each week. Each group will be graded on the in-class project report. Two or three groups will be selected each week to participate in an oral activity. A group grade will be provided for each project and presentation. The rubrics attached to this syllabus will be used to provide the grade to the projects and presentations. Review of Class Projects On each Wednesday, each student will need to provide a review of the Wednesday presentations using the attached form. These forms will be turned in at the end of class. Semester-Long Project You are to identify a leading lay nutrition book and conduct an analysis of it based scientific evidence and any evaluations that may be available. Review of Semester-Long Project Presentations Each student will need to provide a review of the Semester-Long Project presentations using the attached form. Although there may be more than one presentation, you will need to only review to of the presentations. These forms will be turned in at the end of class. Mid-term and Final Exams You will have two exams in this class. Each exam will be multiple choice questions with two or three open ended questions. The exams will cover everything that was covered in class including the lectures and the class presentations.

4 Grading/Student Evaluation Evaluation Method Quantity Points Total Points In-Class Projects In-Class Project Presentation Review of In-Class Presentations Semester Group Project Reviews of Semester Projects Mid Term Final Total 1000 The evaluation rubric allows for one absence when in-class projects are being conducted and reviewed. Grades (by points): A B C D E < 599 Class Attendance / Participation: All holidays or special events observed by organized religions will be honored for those students who show affiliation with that particular religion. Absences pre-approved by the UA Dean of Students or Dean s designee will be honored. Communications: You are responsible for reading s sent to your UA account from your professor and the announcements that are placed on the course web site. Information about readings, news events, your grades, assignments and other course related topics will be communicated to you with these electronic methods. The official policy can be found at: Disability Accommodation: If you anticipate issues related to the format or requirements of this course, please meet with me. I would like us to discuss ways to ensure your full participation in the course. If you determine that formal, disabilityrelated accommodations are necessary, it is very important that you be registered with Disability Resources ( ;; drc.arizona.edu) and notify me of your eligibility for reasonable accommodations. We can then plan how best to coordinate your

5 accommodations. The official policy can be found at: Academic Integrity: All UA students are responsible for upholding the University of Arizona Code of Academic Integrity, available through the office of the Dean of Students and online: The official policy found at: Any person who has an academic integrity violation in this class will receive and E for their final grade. Classroom Behavior: (Statement of expected behavior and respectful exchange of ideas). The Dean of Students has set up expected standards for student behaviors and has defined and identified what is disruptive and threatening behavior. This information is available at: Students are expected to be familiar with the UA Policy on Disruptive and Threatening Student Behavior in an Instructional Setting found at: and the Policy on Threatening Behavior by Students found at: ve_threat_bklt_2012.pdf Grievance Policy: Should a student feel he or she has been treated unfairly, there are a number of resources available. With few exceptions, students should first attempt to resolve difficulties informally by bringing those concerns directly to the person responsible for the action, or with the student's graduate advisor, Assistant Dean for Student and Alumni Affairs, department head, or the immediate supervisor of the person responsible for the action. If the problem cannot be resolved informally, the student may file a formal grievance using the Graduate College Grievance Policy found at: Grade Appeal Policy: UA Smoking and Tobacco Policy: The purpose of this Policy is to establish the University of Arizona s (University) commitment to protect the health of University faculty, staff, students, and visitors on its campuses and in its vehicles. The latest version of the policy is available at:

6 Syllabus Changes: Information contained in the course syllabus, other than the grade and absence policies, may be subject to change with reasonable advance notice, as deemed appropriate. Telephone and Computer Use: Please turn your cell phones to silent or vibrate in order to not disrupt the class and disturb your fellow students and professor. You will use computers during your group activities. Please bring a laptop if you have one. Plagiarism: What counts as plagiarism? Copying and pasting information from a web site or another source, and then revising it so that it sounds like your original idea. Doing an assignment/essay/take home test with a friend and then handing in separate assignments that contain the same ideas, language, phrases, etc. Quoting a passage without quotation marks or citations, so that it looks like your own. Paraphrasing a passage without citing it, so that it looks like your own. Hiring another person to do your work for you, or purchasing a paper through any of the on- or off-line sources.

7 Schedule of Class Date W Jan 13 M Jan 18 W Jan 20 M Jan 25 W Jan 27 M Feb 1 W Feb 3 M Feb 8 W Feb 10 M Feb 15 W Feb 17 M Feb 22 W Feb 24 M Feb 29 W Mar 2 M Mar 7 W Mar 9 M Mar 14 W Mar 16 M Mar 21 W Mar 23 M Mar 28 W Mar 30 M Apr 4 W Apr 6 M Apr 11 W Apr 13 M Apr 18 W Apr 20 M Apr 25 W Apr 27 M May 2 W May 4 F May 6 Topic Introduction- basic nutrition concepts Martin Luther King Day No Class Hunger and food security concepts National nutrition data: Lecture National nutrition data: Projects National Agencies: Lecture National Agencies: Projects The SNAP Program: Lecture The SNAP Program: Projects Private Sector and Hunger: Lecture Private Sector and Hunger: Projects WIC Program: Lecture WIC Program: Projects Commodity Food Programs: Lecture Commodity Food Programs: Projects Review for Mid-Term Exam Mid-Term Exam Spring Break No Class Spring Break No Class Child Nutrition Programs: Lecture Child Nutrition Programs: Projects Title III Elderly Nutrition Programs: Lecture Title III Elderly Nutrition Programs: Projects Private and Public Community-Based Programs: Lecture Private and Public Community-Based Programs: Projects Commercial Nutrition Interventions: Lecture Commercial Nutrition Interventions: Projects Review for Final Exam Final Exam 3:30pm 5:30pm Drachman A114

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