Dietitians and Chronic Disease Management
An advocacy-related, bilingual fact sheet from Dietitians of Canada outlining where nutrition counselling by dietitians can reduce client’s risk of developing diabetes and improve eating behaviours.
2018-10-25 – Handout
Registered Dietitians in Aboriginal Communities: Feeding Mind, Body, Spirit
This Dietitians of Canada position paper describes the role of the dietitian in aboriginal communities including providing nutrition information and counseling, building capacity and creating supportive environments. Key messages and facts are given on a number of health issues such as food security, pregnancy, chronic diseases, healthy growth, substance abuse etc.
2012-11-15 – Position Paper/Policy Document
Healthy Lifestyle Counselling
A HEARTS technical package for cardiovascular disease management in primary health care from the World Health Organization (WHO) in collaboration with others including the American Heart and Stroke Associations.
Craving Change™ is a cognitive-behavioural program to help individuals and groups with weight loss, chronic disease management or developing a healthier relationship with food. It is founded on evidence-based cognitive behaviourial therapy research. Fee required to access facilitator certification package, training video, certification exam, clinic/organization packages and licenses.
2018-11-26 – Professional Education Tools
Counselling for Behavioural Change
Dietitians of Canada's Counselling for Behaviour Change course is an evidence-based, self-paced learning program that provides valuable insights on counselling strategies that support behaviour change. The program includes illustrative examples of effective counselling, worksheets and practical tools to use with clients. Fee to access.
2018-11-26 – Course
Dietitians in Teledietetics
A bilingual Dietitians of Canada fact sheet for professionals promoting the effectiveness of telephone counselling by dietitians.
2018-10-16 – Handout