HST306H1: Health, Nutrition and Food Security


This course examines the antecedents (for example: social structure, environments, human development and behaviour) that underlie nutrition-mediated aspects to human health and disease. This will include review and analysis of seminal, primary, and current research as well as contemporary issues surrounding nutritional literacy and deficits, food insecurity and access, as these relate to morbidity and pre-mature mortality. The course will also examine existing public health practices for health promotion and access, and population-level disease prevention and interventions.

HST250H1/ STA220H1/ STA288H1/ GGR207H1/ EEB225H1, or other equivalent
Society and its Institutions (3)