Dietitians translate scientific research into practical solutions. They work with you to help you feel your best.

To be sure you are accessing the most qualified nutrition professional, look for the initials RD or PDt (DtP in French) after the health professional’s name or ask - are you a dietitian? Dietitians are university educated with hundreds of supervised, hands-on training in food systems, disease management, population health, communications and counselling. 

  • Dietitians in Public Health

    This bililngual factsheet provides an overview of what public health dietitians do and how they contribute to the health of the community.

    Posted: Feb 15, 2017
  • Dietitians – Training and roles

    This one page bilingual factshet describes the dietitians' education and varied roles, and highlights that we are regulated, collaborative and evidence-based.

    Posted: Jan 16, 2017
  • Dietitians in Telehealth

    This bilingual factsheet promotes the effectiveness of telephone counselling delivered by dietitians.

    Posted: Nov 25, 2016
  • Dietitians and Chronic Disease Management

    This one page bilingual factsheet promotes the effectiveness of diet counselling delivered by dietitians in chronic disease management.

    Posted: Nov 2, 2016
  • Dietitians in Primary Care

    This bililngual factsheet provides an overview of what dietitians do and the difference they can make in primary health care environments.

    Posted: Nov 1, 2016
  • Dietitians working in primary health care are cost effective

    These resources, including a bilingual fact sheet and several infographics, provide key messages about the cost-effectiveness of dietitians working in primary health care. 

    Posted: Nov 1, 2016

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