skip to content

Online Courses

Sharpen your skills and increase your knowledge with our online learning courses, specially designed for dietitians to expand their knowledge base. 
 

These courses are available for members, non-members and students, along with groups (discounts available). Once you've purchased a course, 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 courses from the My Learning Library link on your member dashboard.  

For questions, contact Customer Service at contactus@dietitians.ca.
Professional Practice in Dysphagia Management Dysphagia Education Course Advisory group This course is the first of three interrelated courses on dysphagia. Familiarize yourself with provincial requirements related to dysphagia practice including controlled, reserved, or restricted acts. Swallow Screen and Assessment Dysphagia Education Course Advisory group This is the second of three interrelated courses on dysphagia. It describes what is involved in conducting a swallow screen and clinical swallowing assessment in adults. Nutrition Care Process for Dysphagia Dysphagia Education Advisory Group This is the third of three interrelated courses on dysphagia and covers the nutrition care process, including charting, terminology, care plans and working with the rest of the care team. Critical Care Nutrition Michele McCall, MSc, RD An overview of the nutrition management of critically ill patients and how to implement care in the ICU, including enteral and parenteral therapy and micro and macronutrient supplementation. Herbal Supplements Dr. Heather Boon, BScPhm, PhD, Dr. Rishma Walji This course covers federal regulation of the natural health products industry, quality control of supplements, and legal and ethical considerations in recommending dietary supplements and complementary therapies Sports Supplements Susie Langley MSc, RD, CSSD and Kelly Anne Erdman, MSc, RD Become familiar with the evidence on the use and effectiveness of fifteen of the most commonly used sports nutrition supplements. Vitamin and Mineral Supplements Dr. Theresa Glanville, PhD, PDt Learn more about physiology and habits which confer risk for deficiencies, the role of supplements in reducing chronic disease risk, potential nutrient interactions and natural vs synthetic supplements. Nutrition Screening Heather Keller, PhD, RD, FDC Discover changes made to the guidelines, key strategies for nutritional management of diabetes with a focus on individualization.
Displaying results 11-18 (of 18)
 |<  <  1 - 2 >  >|
Back to top