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Past Events

Here you'll find a list of past learning and networking opportunities offered by Dietitians of Canada. 

If any of these topics interest you and you would like to have an event repeated in the future, please email

Working with Transgender and Gender Diverse People May 18, 2022 Learn about nutrition issues, nutrition care recommendations and how to conduct assessments for transgender and gender diverse people. Consulting Dietitians Network Conference 2022: Growing your Business from Start-up to Scaling Feb 09, 2022 A virtual conference to equip dietitians with tools & skills to start or scale a successful dietetic business. Household Food Insecurity: A Case for Basic Income Oct 05, 2021 Explore the evidence of basic income in addressing household food insecurity. Exploring Weight Bias and Weight Stigma in Our Cancer Practice Jul 15, 2021 Join Daniela Fierini, oncology RD, for a critical discussion on the impact of weight stigma in the cancer field. 2021 Annual General Meeting Jun 22, 2021 Join Dietitians of Canada for the annual general meeting of members of the Corporation. 2021 Member Board Dialogue Jun 08, 2021 Join the DC Board of Directors to discuss current issues and connect as a community. Dietitians Day: Addressing cultural competency and cultural safety in nutrition practice Mar 17, 2021 Celebrate Dietitians Day at this free, bilingual learning and networking event! Sustainable Food Systems: From theory to practice Dec 10, 2020 This half day event will provide practical tools to apply for sustainable diets and menus. Using SEO to get traffic to your website Nov 06, 2020 Learn the 4 key SEO factors to get traffic from search, increase the visibility of your brand, and make money through your website. Dysphagia Assessment and Management: Working with what you have and a little bit more Oct 22, 2020 This is a live learning workshop that covers swallowing screen, clinical assessment, IDDSI and implications for practice.
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