with elements of neurobiology
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The studies are addressed to:
People particularly interested in the aspects of Psychodiethetics in cooperation with the patient, and in particular: nutritionists, food technologists, psychologists, doctors and nurses, teachers and educators
Main purpose of the study:
Psychodietetics as a field of science combines knowledge of dietetics, psychology and the principles of a healthy lifestyle. It focuses on supporting people with psychological eating disorders and suffering from diseases related to improper eating, such as diabetes, obesity and bulimia. A psychodietician using a holistic approach to the patient is able to indicate the cause of the problem in the patient and propose a change aimed at improving mental and physical health.
The study program consists of subjects discussing selected issues of nutritional physiology, psychology and neurobiology. Students learn the mechanisms related to the emergence of diseases and their influence on the functioning of the mind, as well as the strategies of coping with problems occurring during eating disorders in patients.
WHY IS IT WORTH?
PLACE AND DURATION OF CLASSES
Classes are held in the extramural system in the form of Saturday and Sunday meetings (every 2 or 3 weeks), they last 2 semesters, 240 hours
Classes at postgraduate studies are conducted at the headquarters of the Małopolska Wyższa Szkoła im. Józef Dietl in Krakow
The obtained education will allow the graduates to significantly improve their professional qualifications and expand their professional competences.
To participate in the recruitment, you must complete the online application form. After completing the form, the system will confirm that your application has been accepted.
7 days after registration, the student will receive information about admission to studies and further recruitment stages. The university reserves the right not to start the field of study in the event of an insufficient number of applications.
FEE FOR THE YEAR OF STUDY
*Seven days before the start of learning, each student will receive electronic information about the first meeting.