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Knowledge: • Have increased specialist knowledge in the most sophisticated and complex objects of the science of Dietetics - Nutrition.• Demonstrate a critical understanding of the principles, theories, methodologies and practices of the Science of Dietetics - Nutrition and its interface with a range of disciplines.• Have increased critical understanding of the evolutionary dynamics of the science of Dietetics - Nutrition and, mainly, of the cutting edge issues with which they have dealt during their PhD. Skills: • Implement fluently theories and methodologies of the nutrition care process in a critical and creative way in their own research, studies and work.• Manage scientific data throughout the entire process, from collection through to processing and interpretation of results.• Are able to evaluate, interpret and promote modern scientific researches and studies on the science of Dietetics - Nutrition.• Articulate inductively in a scientifically justified way, solutions to complex and new issues of the specialised field of their doctoral thesis and form valid judgments, taking into account the respective relevant social, economic, cultural and ethical dimensions.• Document their positions with specialist information and arguments, on the subject of their PhD, towards a specialised or non public, with clarity, efficiency and accuracy. Competences: • Implement with originality and autonomy the knowledge acquired and their skills to research and development of innovative solutions to complex, interdisciplinary ...
Awarding bodyHarokopio University
Knowledge: Doctors have (a) increased specialized knowledge over a specific cognitive domain in relation to PPS "Lifelong Learning and Special Education" and of other relevant interdisciplinary subjects, (b) specialized knowledge over the current scientific, educational, and research developments, and (c) increased critical perception of the various subjects of the cognitive domain of Lifelong Learning and Special Education. Skills: The doctors are capable of (a) applying with ease the theories and methodological approaches of the specialized subject of their doctorate, with a critical and creative way, to their own research, study, and work, (b) applying to the educational and research practice the specialized knowledge obtained through their doctorate, (c) evaluating, interpreting and promoting modern scientific research and studies, which are relevant to the scientific field of their doctorate, and (d) documenting their positions using scientific criteria, with clarity, sufficiency, and accuracy. Competences: The doctors are capable of (a) applying with professionalism the specialized knowledge and competence obtained through their doctorate, (b) dealing effectively with new, interdisciplinary issues, (c) contributing significantly to the development of knowledge and practices in the educational, vocational, and business field, and (d) undertaking autonomously the responsibility for the education / further learning / teaching in the field of Lifelong Learning and Special Education. ...
Awarding bodyUniversity of Macedonia