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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.

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.

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Group discount rates on presentations are also available for educators and preceptors. Contact Member Services 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 at

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.  

Food safety culture: the next step in the evolution of food safety Susan Grieg MBA, MSCFN, RD Food safety culture in institutions and a look at strategies to keep food safe for residents, patients, students and customers. Nutrition and dietetics in the post-truth era: alternative facts, conflicts of interest and nutribollox Judith Swift, PhD Why humans so readily reject expert advice and how dietitians must be prepared to engage with today’s ‘post-truth, post-trust’ threats without ‘fear or favour’. Communicating dietary advice: Why single nutrient messages don’t work Leslie Beck, RD Examine the importance of shifting messages to dietary advice that focuses on overall nutritional quality rather than single nutrients. Ketogenic Diet As Medical Therapy and A Lifestyle Jennifer Fabe, MSc, RD An overview of assessment, implementation methods and strategies to ensure sustainability of the diet are reviewed for weight loss or other medical conditions. Identifying micronutrient deficiencies after bariatric surgery Jennifer Brown MSc RD This session is for dietitians interested in supporting clients/patients that have undergone bariatric surgery. Learn indicators of vitamin and mineral deficiencies, which vitamin/mineral supplements are commonly needed, and suggestions for treating post-operative micronutrient deficiencies. Maximizing our influence and impact Jennifer Buccino MEd, RD, Leslie Whittington-Carter MHS, RD This session on advocacy will empower you to take practical steps to address food, nutrition and health system policy issues with decision-makers at the local, provincial/territorial and federal levels. Bridging Clinical and Population Nutrition Practice With the NCPT Kerri Cuthbert RD Identify the new domain and terms used to describe these interventions and visualize the potential for use of the new terms in population-based nutrition practice. Vegetarian Diets and Chronic Kidney Disease Veena Juneja RD Practical information and special considerations to support patients with CKD and on dialysis to meet their nutrition requirements in transitioning to a vegetarian diet. When children can't eat Naureen Hunani RD, Grace Wong MSc, RD This presentation provides an overview of the spectrum of pediatric feeding disorders and equips dietitians with practical tools to support these families. Early screening, “red flags”, picky eating, developmental delays, sensory-based feeding challenges and autism spectrum disorder are discussed. Applying research and advocacy to household food insecurity Joy Hutchinson MSc (c) RD, Mary Ellen Prange MHSc RD, Valerie Tarasuk PhD An examination of the scope and nature of household food insecurity, its primary drivers and nutrition implications for public health, drawing on results from the 2015 Canadian Community Health Survey.
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