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Learning on Demand

These presentations cover a wide range of topics to help you gain insight into different practice areas, learn new skills and stay up to date on the evidence and best practices.  New topics are added regularly throughout the year. You'll see the most recent presentations listed first.

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Discount pricing is available for members and students, along with many free presentations.  To get the best value, consider purchasing an All Access Pass, which will give you access to the whole Learning on Demand library.  Note: The All Access Pass does not include Online Courses.

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Group discount rates on presentations are also available for educators and preceptors. Contact webinars@dietitians.ca for more information. 

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Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in these presentations are that of the presenter and do not necessarily reflect those of Dietitians of Canada. Further, the presentations should not be reproduced in full or in part without the express written consent of the presenter.  

What's Next? Communicating in a Virtual World Carol Harrison, RD and Shannon Crocker, RD This session will share valuable insights and actionable tips to help you create amazing virtual communications, become a go-to resource, build your audience and make a difference in people’s lives. Finding a way forward for traditional foods in health care Jared Williams and Natalie Laframboise, RD, MSc This session will explore the complex challenges of serving traditional/indigenous foods in health care and provide approaches to increasing the service of these foods. Interdisciplinary Advancements in Clinical Nutrition and Food Services/ Faciliter l'arrimage entre la clinique et les services alimentaires: histoire de fonctions innovatrices au CIUSSS ODIM Marie-Helene Cyr, Dt.P. and Debby Berteau, Dt.P. This session will demonstrate a collaborative approach between food service and clinical nutrition to provide dietary services that meet the physiological needs of users within their production/distribution constraints. Co-constructing the Dietetics Practice Timeline Paula Brauer, PhD, RD and Marlene Wyatt Explore a new online timeline for the history of dietetic practice in Canada. This session will help inform current practice and advocacy, and ensure dietitians remain at the forefront as a respected evidence-informed profession. Health Canada Update Alfred Aziz and Maya Villeneuve In this session, Health Canada’s Office of Nutrition Policy and Promotion and the Bureau of Nutritional Sciences will provide updates on their new and ongoing public health nutrition initiatives. Bridging research with lived experience in developing transgender & gender diverse nutrition care guidelines Catherine Morley, PhD, PDt, FDC and Sfé Monster This session will introduce transgender and gender-diverse nutrition care guidelines, and provide tools and recommendations to incorporate awareness of gender identity and the NCGs in dietetics practice and education. Applying a Weight Inclusive Practice in Dietetics Using a Socioecological Framework Karine Gravel, Dt.P., Ph.D and Miranda Burgess, MPH, RD This session provides concrete examples for dietitians to evaluate one’s nutrition practice to develop and apply a weight inclusive approach to reduce fatphobia, weight stigma and their harmful consequences. Helping Families say Goodbye to “Picky Eating” Kathryn Walton, PhD, RD and Maude Perreault, PhD, RD This session will reconceptualize the understanding of picky eating and provide practical strategies for dietitians to help families develop life-long healthy eating habits through interactive case studies. Breastfeeding: What dietitians need to know Heidi Boyd, MHSc, RD and Lynn Rogers, RD, IBCLC This session will explore tools and strategies that dietitians can use in their work with individuals, families, groups and population health initiatives. Malnutrition Care: How to Improve Prevention, Detection and Treatment Christine Mills, RD, PhD Candidate, Professor Heather Keller, PhD, RD, FDC, FCAHS and Roseann Nasser, MSc, RD, CNSC, FDC This session will support the appraisal, analysis and integration of the Standard and pathways into hospital, primary care and community settings.
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