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Keith P. West, Jr., Dr.P.H.Rolf Klemm, Dr.P.H.Center for Human NutritionDepartment of International HealthJohns Hopkins UniversityBloomberg School of Public Health
Goals of the FNP Course
• Identify food and nutrition problemsamenableto policy intervention• Define criteriaof effective food or nutritionpolicies• Critiquea specific food and/or nutrition policywith respect to its evidence-base, adequacy ofimplementation, nutritional impact and forceswhich hinder or help the implementation of thespecific policy