Keiser University Melbourne campus Bachelor’s of Science in Dietetics and Nutrition (BSDN) students are fortunate to learn about nutrition related to HIV/AIDS (i.e., food-drug interactions) as part of their Medical Nutrition Therapy 2 class. The group was recently pleased to present nutrition information to clients of Project Response, a local organization which provides services to persons with HIV such as case management and a food pantry. The ongoing collaboration between Keiser University and Project Response serves to benefit the clients of the organization while enhancing student hands-on learning experiences.
Project Response, Inc. is a lifeline for over 600 people living with HIV/AIDS on the Space and Treasure Coasts. As and HIV/AIDS organization and case management agency, Project Response strives to provide essential services that its clients need to manage HIV disease successfully.