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Center for Human Nutrition, Johns Hopkins University
Welcome to the Johns Hopkins Center for Human Nutrition. Founded in 1990, our Center is based at the Department of International Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Our location at the largest school of public health in the world and our close ties to a premier school of medicine confer us great advantage. There are many opportunities for collaboration and for moving scientific findings into the real world of disease prevention and health promotion. Our research agenda encompasses many topics, but public health relevance and applications is a common thread. So is the global reach of the majority of our research.ᅠ
http://commprojects.jhsph.edu/
Center for Human Nutrition, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas
There is compelling evidence that the science of nutrition offers humanity a way to achieve a better quality of life. Nutrition provides ways not only of treating but preventing illness, whether derived from genetic or environmental sources. In view of this, a Center for Human Nutrition was established at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center through the creation of an endowment fund for UT Southwestern to use in developing a program to "place the entire field of nutrition on a firm scientific foundation."
http://www.utsouthwestern.edu/
Columbia University: College of Physicians and Surgeons, Nutrition Curriculum
The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University was one of eight medical schools nationally to receive funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Program "Preparing physicians for the future. A Program in Medical Education." Our new curriculum, completed in 1997, has been created around longitudinally integrated four-year long tracks in basic sciences, population sciences, social and behavioral sciences and clinical sciences. In addition to a tradition of strength in basic science there is emphasis on health promotion, disease prevention and behavioral medicine. Nutrition is recognized as one of these four year themes. To help identify areas relevant to nutrition, one of the goals of the Nutrition web page is to highlight the specific nutrition content throughout the curriculum....
http://www.columbia.edu/
Department of Nutrition, University of California at Davis
The Department of Nutrition at the University of California, Davis, is internationally recognized for its leadership in teaching, including outreach, and research. With respect to teaching, the department is focused on two goals: 1) the training of the next generation of nutrition scientists, and 2) the transmittal of nutrition knowledge to our nation's citizenry. The Department is committed to extending science-based information to the public through local, state, national and international channels.
http://nutrition.ucdavis.edu/
Institute of Human Nutrition, Columbia University
As we leave the twentieth century, nutrition is increasingly being recognized as a major modulator of human development and function and disease prevention. Major gaps exist in our understanding of the mechanisms whereby nutritional regulatory processes occur. The program outlined herein describes plans to help fill these gaps through research in molecular nutrition, biochemistry, physiology, cell biology, and nutritional epidemiology and public health.
http://cpmcnet.columbia.edu/
New York University Department of Nutrition, Food Studies and Public Health
The Department of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health is the modern legacy of an academic unit originally founded in the 1920s. Today, in recognition of the fundamental importance of food to human life and pleasure; the growing demand for knowledgeable, skilled public health professionals, nutritionists, food managers, and food professionals, the department now trains students for a wide range of careers related to the role of food, nutrition, and health in modern society, culture, and businessdomestically and internationally.
http://education.nyu.edu/
Northwestern Nutrition Academic Award Program
This site is the Northwestern University Medical School's Nutrition Academic Award Program. The program is supported by grants from the NHLBI and its goals are: 'to encourage development or enhancement of medical school curricula to increase opportunities for students, house staff, faculty, and practicing physicians to learn nutrition principles and clinical practice skills with an emphasis on preventing cardiovascular diseases, obesity, diabetes, and other chronic diseases. A second objective was to provide a curricular guide, training modules, and other teaching and assessment tools for dissemination to other medical schools as well as other health care professional schools.'
http://www.feinberg.northwestern.edu/
Nutrition and Chronic Disease Prevention Project, Mercer University Medical School
This web site states: The Mercer University School of Medicine, with support from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Nutrition Academic Award Program (NAA), is committed to reducing the incidence of cardiovascular disease in medically underserved populations of Georgia. We are developing a unique medical-nutrition education program that includes experiences in basic science, clinical skills, community science, and clinical clerkships/residencies.... The overall goal of this project is to develop, implement, and evaluate a medical education curriculum in nutrition and other aspects of chronic disease (CVD) prevention and patient management with emphasis on the training of primary care physicians for medically underserved populations. Components of this site include: Student Resources (Health Eating, Physical Activity, Cardiovascular Disease, Obesity, Diabetes); Department Resources (for Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Pediatrics), and Faculty Resources (Curriculum Guide, Medical Society recommendations on nutrition education in medical schools, Nutrition Society recommendations on nutritional education for medical schools).
http://medicine.mercer.edu
Nutrition Education and Prevention Program, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
This site outlines the medical school curriculum in nutrition at the University of Pennsylvania. Components include: Mission, Program Background including faculty information, Curriculum Information (goals, objectives, syllabi materials, and student evaluation), Educational Resources (textbook, PowerPoint slides, assignments, links to web sites, etc.). Funding indicates this curriculum is part of the Nutrition Academic Award Program of the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute; other funding is from the National Cancer Institute and the Howard Heinz Endowment. Web site pages indicate a 2000 copyright.
http://www.med.upenn.edu/
Nutritional Curriculum Guide for Training Physicians
Background and Introduction: In recognition of the need to develop and enhance undergraduate and graduate medical nutrition education, the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) and the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) established the Nutrition Academic Award (NAA) Program in 1997 (www.nhlbi.nih.gov/funding/training/naa). The NAA Program provided 21 U.S. medical schools with five-year grants to support nutrition education programs for medical students, medical residents, and clinical faculty (Appendix). This Nutrition Curriculum Guide for Training Physicians represents the efforts of medical nutrition educators at these schools.
http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/
Stanford University School of Medicine Nutrition Academic Award
The overall goal of the nutrition curriculum is for learners to develop a basic understanding of the scientific principles of nutrition, the role of nutrition intervention in patient care, and the role of nutrition in the prevention of cardiovascular diseases, obesity, and other chronic diseases in the general population and in populations with special risk factors. The web-based medical student course will provide the foundation on which to build training experiences for residents in the Stanford residency programs in Medicine and Pediatrics, for physician assistants and family nurse practitioners in the Primary Care Associate Program, and for practicing physicians through the SHINE program (Stanford Health Information Network for Education) and a CME course.
http://summit.stanford.edu/
The White Paper - American College of Nutrition, Medical Nutrition Education Curriculum Development
This site displays the White Paper on the incorporation of nutrition education within the medical school curriculum. The White Paper appears to be from the American College of Nutrition and is displayed as a link from the Center for Nutrition Research of East Tennessee State University
http://qcom.etsu.edu/

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