Education & Training
Did you know it can take about 17 years for research to be put into practice? The gap between research and practice is often referred to as the “leaky pipeline”. The team at Nutrition Connections works hard to mitigate this by staying up-to date on the current research and in turn curating evidence-based nutrition and food resources to help support your work.
Stay up-to-date on the latest nutrition and food literacy news and issues and through:
Daily News in Brief
Learn about upcoming NC projects and events, as well as food literacy spotlights, relevant research, resources, events and more.
Explore new and leading topics in the field of food literacy, healthy eating and nutrition and network with health promotion and nutrition professionals. Our speakers and delegates include dietitians and other nutrition and health professionals working in various settings, as well as community partners, organizations, academics, policy makers, and students, just to name a few.
Take a deeper dive into emerging nutrition and food literacy topics and engage in discussions with participants and presenters about practical tools to enhance your work. Can’t attend the live webinar? Watch the recording at your convenience.
Our Food and Health Today podcast (hosted jointly with the Ontario Public Health Association) features insights into the latest food and health news and views. From new legislation, to the latest health and nutrition science, to innovative programs and ideas, our aim is to keep our listeners informed and current.
Our team offers workshops and training to build knowledge, skills, and self-efficacy among health professionals.
Nutrition Resource Library
Looking for credible information to enhance your practice and support program and policy? We’ve done some of the work for you. The Nutrition Resource Library is an online hub of evidence-informed resources and tools that highlights best and promising practices in food, healthy eating, food literacy and nutrition.