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 This course provides a broad study of food issues which have ongoing relevance to individuals and community health and wellbeing. Students will learn to analyse and draw evidence=based conclusions in response to nutrition and food nutrition and food information, food advertising and current dietary trends.

Office of Tasmanian Assessment, Standards & Certification, 2019, Food and nutrition: level 3 [Accessed 5 February 2019]. 

This subject guide will help you to locate the resources you will find particularly useful when commencing your studies in this area. Here is the best place to find books, information about databases and a guide to appropriate websites.

Referencing advice: The TASC and your teachers at St Patrick's College expect you to present your work with citations and a reference list in the Harvard (author/date) format. Go to the Library's Referencing Guidelines for extended help in this area. The Library staff are always happy to help you with any queries you may have in regard to referencing requirements for any research you are undertaking.

Independent Studies (IPs): When undertaking any independent study, research or book review you must allow yourself enough time to search for and locate the material you need. To help you a booking sheet is kept at the Library desk where you may book an individual time with one of the Library staff when commencing any research for Food and Nutrition.

Faculty Resources: All material purchased for the teachers from the Technology Faculty - Food and Nutrition is available for student use if it is not required by the teachers. The resources are kept in the Library and can be found by using the Library catalogue.