This on demand workshop introduced attendees to new thinking and behavioral approaches to improve overall wellbeing and increase adaptability to change.
This workshop brought researchers, program implementors and others together to identify priorities to shape the food literacy agenda for research, policy and practice in Canada.
This workshop provided health professionals and service providers working with children and families with a consistent approach to nutrition education rooted in feeding dynamics and eating competence principles.
In this three-part workshop series, the Nutrition Resource Centre collaborated with Region of Peel – Peel Public Health and the Child Development Resource Connection Peel to educate child care providers on the importance of healthy eating in the early years.
This workshop focused on increasing participants’ knowledge and skills in facilitating behaviour change.
At this workshop, attendees heard about the latest food environment research, tools to assess the food environment, how to engage community players, and creating cross sector collaborations & partnerships.
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