- Dietitians in Public Health
(February 2017) – This bililngual factsheet provides an overview of what public health dietitians do and how they contribute to the health of the community.
- Public Health Nutrition Practice in Canada
(2010, 2015, 2016) – Reports and resources from the Pan Canadian Task Force on Public Health Nutrition Practice (2010), an on-line course on Assessing Needs and Setting Priorities in Population and Public Health (2015), and documents describing Leadership Competencies for Public Health Practice in Canada (2015, 2016).
- Operationalizing New Integrated Population and Public Health Nutrition Competencies into Dietetic Education and Practice
(Final Report 2013-2015) – The resulting online course and support materials, focusing on conducting a community needs assessment and setting priorities, support dietetic students, interns and new public health practitioners to achieve entry-level competencies for dietetic practice in population and public health.
- Canadian Coalition for Public Health in the 21st Century
Read about this partnership of national non-government, professional health and research organizations, of which Dietitians of Canada is a member. CCPH21 promotes an effective and integrated public health system.
- BC Liquor Law Review Submission
(2013) –Dietitians of Canada urges the BC government to consider public safety and health risks as the priority factor in decision-making with regard to modernization of the provincial liquor laws. To that end, DC recommends that any proposed recommendations for liquor reform undergo a health impact assessment prior to presentation to Cabinet.
- DC takes University of Calgary's School of Public Policy to task for FSEDLL report
(July 2013) –PEN and Alberta and Territories Region responded to the report entitled Fiscal, Social and Economic Dividends of Feeling Better and Living Longer by Emery et al. DC disagrees with many of the reports findings.
- CCPH21 Letter to Premiers
(January 2012) –CCPH21 sent a letter to the provincial and territorial Premiers and Ministers of Health and Finance and their federal counterparts, urging health system investment in “upstream” services and calling upon the federal government to assume national leadership for strategies that will affect the health and well-being of Canadians.
- HEAL report and letters to Minister re health care system
(January 2012) – In January 2012, HEAL released its commissioned report, Functional Federalism and the Future of Medicare in Canada, and sent letters to the federal Minister of Health and the provincial/territorial Premiers, to advance nationwide dialogue about Canada’s health care system.
- Community and Public Health Network