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Internship in Ayurveda Dietetics

Total Fee

11800

Duration

6 days; M - S; 24 - 29 June 2024

About the Course

The “Internship in Ayurveda Dietetics” offers practical experience in food classification and dietary design that converges the principles of Ayurveda and modern dietetics.

Participants will shadow doctors in outpatient departments (OPD), join them on rounds, and gain insight into the patient's clinical assessment in terms of Ayurveda. You will learn to assess diets through Ayurvedic and modern lenses through observation and collaboration, ultimately creating integrated diet charts.


Why choose this internship?

1. Practical Experience:

- Gain hands-on experience in Ayurvedic and modern dietetics.

- Apply theoretical knowledge in real clinical settings.

2. Integrated Learning:

- Learn to create diet charts combining Ayurvedic and modern nutrition practices.

- Collaborate with professionals from both disciplines.

- Improve patient assessment and diet design skills.

- Gain exposure to diverse clinical cases.



How different are we?

Traditional medical knowledge on food, which forms a cultural and geographical link to client diets is not taught during the BSc course or internship. Yet, given that clients and patients are pluralist in their choices, it was observed that TDU’s expertise in offering courses that combine Ayurvedic and modern nutrition could be advantageous. The curriculum is designed to be immersive, design diets, and interact one-on-one with

physicians. Participants will receive introductory textbooks and earn one credit upon completion. This course will be offered by TDU in collaboration with the I-AIM Healthcare - a unique set up that combines university training with practical experience at the hospital.

Course Eligibility

Completed ‘Introduction to Ayurveda Dietetics’ from TDU (Grade C and above) AND

b) Completed B.Sc. Nutrition and Dietetics/ Home Science etc. including allied subjects relating to healthcare
c) Completed BAMS or MBBS, or any UG medical training recognized in India

Maximum intake of students/batch in this program: 10 / batch

Career Path

Career path:

1. As a registered dietitian with knowledge of Ayurveda, you can offer holistic dietary

advice that incorporates modern nutritional science and traditional Ayurvedic

principles.

2. Creating diet plans incorporating traditional Ayurvedic knowledge and modern

nutritional science.

3. Opportunity to work with Ayurvedic physicians and modern dietitians, fostering

interdisciplinary collaboration.

Contact Name

Sonia Velarsan

Contact Email

For information on how to apply, please visit our Admissions page.

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