Knowledge and ability to understand:
At the end of the course students will be able to use general principles that are at the basis for dietary recommendations and a proper evaluation of the risk/benefit ratio related to dietary exposure.
Students must be able to use knowledge acquired to critically analyse results obtained from the evaluation of dietary exposure for what both nutritional and toxicological aspects are concerned.
Autonomy of judgment:
Students must be able to appraise the usefulness and applicability of learned knowledge and instruments, using them for critically and holistically weigh the risk/benefit balance that is intrinsic to human nutrition.
Students must be able to use the scientific language and the specific words of the discipline in an appropriate manner, demonstrating the ability to illustrate and transmit the acquired concepts in oral and written form.
At the end of the course, students will be able to deepen their knowledge through the independent consultation of specialized texts, scientific papers and appropriate databases, even outside the topics discussed in class.