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Eating in Ontario, what do we know?
Date: Thursday June 17th at 2-2:45pm EST
Watch this webinar to hear about the findings of two new reports warning of the long-term health risks, and the potential impacts on our healthcare system if steps are not taken to address unhealthy eating trends and strengthen food literacy in Ontario.
What are the Implications of COVID-19 on the Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program & Food Security Rates?
Date: Thursday May 27th at 2-3pm EST
View this webinar recording to learn how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our agricultural sector, food security and what needs to be done.
Impacts of Systemic Racism on Indigenous Peoples’ Experience of Healthcare and Nutrition
Date: Thursday May 13th at 2-2:45pm EST
During this presentation, Dr. Bourassa reviews how systemic racism affects the health care system in Canada, namely: the historical background of racism, how systemic racism is affecting Indigenous people, what racial health inequality is, and the role of the health system in addressing systemic racism.
Social Media and the Body: Exploring the Effects of Exposure on Body Image, Eating and Movement Behavior
Date: Thursday April 22nd from 12:00 - 12:45pm EST
Watch this 2-part research based webinar and learn from two leading researchers in the area of social media and the human body.
COVID-19, Stress & Weight
Date: Thursday April 15th from 12:00 - 12:45pm EST
During this webinar, an interdisciplinary panel discussion took place on how COVID-19 has impacted our mental health, stress levels, eating habits, and body image.
Nutritional Psychiatry. What Does the Research Say?
Date: Thursday March 25th from 2:00 - 2:45pm EST
Join us for a timely discussion on nutritional psychiatry. Dr. LaChance, psychiatrist at St. Mary's Hospital in Montreal and clinician-researcher at McGill University in the Department of Psychiatry, will explore how nutrition impacts mental health and what the newest research is saying.
COVID-19 Happened. Now What? The Pandemic’s Legacy on our Relation with Food
Date: Thursday March 11th from 2:00 - 2:45pm EST
Join us to hear about what lessons we must consider from the COVID-19 crisis to better understand the opportunities ahead.
2020 Nutrition Guidelines for Ontario’s Student Nutrition Programs: A closer look at the changes and what they mean for the upcoming school year
Date: Thursday March 4th from 2:00 - 3:00pm EST
Join us to find out about important changes in the 2020 Student Nutrition Program (SNP) Nutrition Guidelines from Registered Dietitians working with SNPs. Help prepare for implementation in the 2021-2022 school year. Learn how advances in food and nutrition shaped the updated Guidelines and get practical tips to help with implementation.
Why Representation Matters
Date: Thursday February 25th from 2:00 - 3:00pm EST
Join us for a panel discussion on why representation matters. During this session you will have the opportunity to hear from an interdisciplinary group of professionals who work to overcome representation challenges and barriers in their respective fields.
Debwewin: Exploring Stories of Dietitians Working in Indigenous Communities
Date: Thursday February 11th from 12:00 - 12:45pm EST
Join us as we explore the concept of “culturally safe care” in Indigenous communities in Canada, from the perspective of dietitians. This free webinar supports our advocacy efforts and raise awareness about healthy public policy.