Dietitians of Canada (DC)’s strength and influence lives in its strong membership community. As the leading voice for Canadian dietitians, DC advocates for dietitians to be known as the most credible and trustworthy source of nutrition advice. Together with members, DC works to raise the profile of the profession, support innovative practice, and create new opportunities.
Join today to get connected, work smarter, advance your career and be recognized.
Members have many opportunities to share and develop their professional skills and contribute to building a thriving professional association. Here are some benefits of membership:
Sharpen your skills and increase your knowledge:
Get involved and grow your professional network:
- Register with Find a Dietitian and Interview a Dietitian to help grow referrals and build profile with the media.
- Sign up on the @DCMemberBlogs roster to connect your website with the public and colleagues.
And there’s more:
- Join one of over 20 dynamic and innovative practice Networks. Collaborate, learn and share with colleagues in your practice area.
- Participate in a Local Action Group in your region and tackle food, nutrition and health issues that are important to dietitians in those communities.
- Take part in Nutrition Month, the annual campaign to build recognition for dietitians.
- Be eligible for DC’s prestigious awards that recognize professional excellence.
See the Member Fees for 2019-2020.
Watch the webinar with DC’s CEO and the Chair of the Board of Directors to learn more about membership in 2019-2020.
Member Referral Program
All members are invited to refer a new or lapsed member who has not been a DC member in the past 365 days. These new members must meet the criteria for part-time, first year or full membership. As the referring member, you will receive $50 for each eligible member referred.
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