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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.

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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.  

Reconnaître et prévenir la sarcopénie : approches émergentes Stéphanie Chevalier, Dt.P. Ph.D Se familiariser avec les approches nutritionnelles pour prévenir ou contrer la sarcopénie: protéines, leucine, acides gras, vitamine D. Présenté par NUTRIUM. Pearls of breastfeeding wisdom Terri Ney, RD Learn about common challenges with breastfeeding infants, strategies for them and how to include breastfeeding services in your practice. The Exponential Power of Recognition: Love Your Job & Reject Burnout! Sarah McVanel MSc CHRL Discover how you can use the power of recognition to boost satisfaction, establish healthy team relationships and career success. Ryley-Jeffs Lecture 2017: It's Rarely Just About The Food Patricia Chuey, MSc., RD, FDC Reflection of three decades of entrepreneurship, and how a dietitians work is more than just about food alone. A nuanced approach to infant feeding Becky Blair, MSc, RD, Michael Kramer, MD, FRSC This session explores the evidence and practical challenges of implementing the Baby Friendly Initiative in community settings. Benefits of plant-based foods in institutional food service Pamela Fergusson PhD RD A look at how to improve population health, the environment and budgets by offering plant-based meals in institutional food service. #vegan #vegetarian Understanding food hypersensitivity testing Wendy Busse, MSc, RD Learn about common tests for food hypersensitivity, how they are done, what they measure, the evidence and their clinical relevance. #allergy #allergies #sensitivities Can Dietitians Help Parents Practice Baby-led Weaning Safely? Jennifer House, MSc, RD Explore the research and best practices with baby-led weaning for infants. Benefits and risks (choking, growth faltering) are discussed. ED meal support: Transitioning home after treatment Ali Eberhardt, RD, Nicole O'Bryne, RD Listeners will be able to describe key experiences that patients face as they transition from treatment to the community, describe a meal support tool developed for adult eating disorder patients, and provide practical strategies to facilitate a smooth transition from intensive treatment to the community. Cookbooks 101: From recipe development to book proposal Cara Rosenbloom, RD, Sally Ekus, BA Learn to create and adapt recipes, about the publishing landscape, the role of social media, and the elements of an irresistibly sellable book proposal.
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