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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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Once you've purchased a presentation, you will be provided with a login and password to the DC online learning platform and course materials.  You will also be able to access your sessions from the My Learning Library link on your member dashboard.  For questions, contact Member services
 

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.  

Capitalizing on our connections Vassy Kapelos, Carol Donovan, Grace Wong Hear from a panel of dietitians about the challenges in advocating for jobs, recognition, respect and equal pay. Comfort Feeding Only Jessica Davenport MHSc. SLP, Helen Yeung, MSc, RD This session outlines the development and implementation of a "Comfort Feeding Only" policy in the long-term care setting. Listeners will be able to identify the rationale for the use of this approach in end of life/palliative issues. In-line with online: professionalism, privacy and practice in the age of social media Jennifer Garus MScAHN RD, Melisse Willems MA LLB This presentation provides a description of regulatory requirements and tools related to use of social media in dietetic practice and in private life; the marketing, sale, recommendation and endorsement of nutrition products online; and virtual practice. Resident Quality Inspections of Long Term Care Dietary/Dining Room 2018 Alicia Marshall, RD This session presents the 2018 results from the Ontario Resident Quality Inspections (RQIs) related to RD interventions, heights/weights, safety and sanitation during food preparation and service in LTC. Best practices for nutrition, food services and dining in LTC Dale Mayerson, RD Review best practices and international research in long term care. Household food insecurity: How should dietitians respond? Delone Abercrombie MPH RD, Donald Barker MA RD Learn how to address household food insecurity from counselling low-income clients to collaborating with programs and stakeholders. Malnutrition and Sarcopenia: Are you able to distinguish and treat effectively? Manon Laporte MSc RD CNSC Learn more about the difference and diagnosis of malnutrition and sarcopenia, along with assessment tools, protein requirements and approaches to treatment. Considering How to Improve the Visual Appeal of Pureed Foods: Exploring 3D Printing Heather Keller, PhD RD, FDC A review of the sensory challenges for consumers of pureed foods and describes a new technology that may improve visual appeal of these products. Mental Health and Nutrition Laura LaChance, MD, FRCPC Explore the connection between nutrition and mental health and how it relates to food insecurity, irregular eating and poor nutrition. 2018 Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Prevention and Management of Diabetes in Canada – Update for Dietitians Dr. Robyn Houlden Discover changes made to the guidelines and key strategies for nutritional management of diabetes, with a focus on individualization.
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