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To share practice related stories, create connections and engage readers in the amazing diversity of dietitian experiences.


Jun
10
2019

Spearheading Nutrition Month 2019: What happened at the Hospital for Sick Children

julia celestini Julia Celestini is from Burlington, Ontario and completed a Bachelor of Science degree (Nutrition and Dietetics) at Brescia University College. Julia is currently completing her dietetic internship at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Ontario. Julia has always loved working with children and has had an incredible experience throughout her time at SickKids. She looks forward to continuing to pursue her passion for nutrition and helping others in her future career in dietetics.  Connect with Julia on LinkedIn or Instagram

curtis d hollanderCurtis D'Hollander is from London, Ontario and completed his Bachelor of Applied Science degree (Human Nutrition) at the University of Guelph. He is currently completing a dietetic internship at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Ontario. Curtis has greatly enjoyed his time as a dietetic intern at SickKids, and looks forward to improving the health of many more children and adults through practice and research in the future! Connect with Curtis via e-mail at curtis.dhollander@sickkids.ca.

As you know, Nutrition Month 2019 wrapped up not too long ago, at the end of March. This year’s Nutrition Month theme was Unlock the Potential of Food, exploring the potential of food to fuel, to discover, to prevent, to heal, and to bring us together. We are dietetic interns at SickKids and we were responsible for planning and implementing nutrition month initiatives throughout the hospital this year. We wanted to share and provide some insight into several of the engaging, educational and fun activities run at SickKids this March during Nutrition Month. continue reading
 

Aug
03
2018

How I Got My First-Choice Dietetic Internship: A Sneak Peek into My Application

Evita Basillio Evita is a Registered Dietitian working in health technology. She completed her BSc. in Nutrition and Dietetics at Acadia University, Master’s diploma at Ryerson University, and Dietetic Internship at St. Michael’s Hospital. Evita has a love for health, science and writing. Connect with Evita on LinkedIn, Instagram or email.

Applying to dietetic internships was hands-down the most stressful experience in my life. It’s been almost a year since graduating from my internship program at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto, and I’m hoping to help any future dietitians on your path to scoring the internship of your dreams. continue reading

Nov
01
2017

My Experience with a Non-Traditional Internship Program

A new grad shares her story and what to think about if you are exploring new internship programs.

RC-HS1.jpgHannah Magee received her nutrition undergraduate degree from Mount Saint Vincent University and is a recent graduate of the St. Michael’s Hospital/Ryerson University Collaborative Dietetic Internship - Professional Master’s Diploma in Dietetics. Hannah’s interests lie in several areas of dietetics from clinical nutrition to sports nutrition to non-diet approaches to healthy living. Connect with Hannah on Instagram or LinkedIn

The Professional Master’s Diploma in Dietetics, or “PMDip” for short is a collaborative dietetic internship program between Ryerson University and two Toronto–based hospitals. In this program, dietitians-in-training gain not only the practical experiences of a traditional dietetic internship, but they do so while broadening their dietetics knowledge in the classroom, earning themselves a Master’s Diploma in Dietetics from Ryerson University.    continue reading

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