Funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, the Nutrition Resource Centre (NRC) has operated under the Ontario Public Health Association (OPHA) since 1999. We are one of 14 health promotion resource centres operating in Ontario.
Our Mission is to strengthen the capacity of health promotion professionals and community partners involved in healthy eating and nutrition across the health continuum.
Through networking and collaboration, the NRC is fostering knowledge transfer and exchange (KTE) and building a centre of excellence in evidence-based resources and tools that will support program and policy development throughout Ontario.
Le centre de ressources en nutrition (CRN), financé par le ministère de la Santé et des Soins de longue durée est, depuis 1999, exploité en vertu de l’Association pour la santé publique de l'Ontario (ASPO). Nous sommes l'un des quatorze centres de ressources de la promotion de santé en Ontario.
Notre mission est de renforcer la capacité des professionnels de la promotion de la santé et des partenaires communautaires impliqués dans la saine alimentation et nutrition à travers le continuum de la santé.
Grâce au réseautage et à la collaboration, le NRC favorise le transfert et l’échange de de connaissances (TEC) ainsi que la mise en place d'un centre d'excellence en ressources et en outils fondés sur des données probantes, et ce conformément à l’élaboration de programmes et politiques de l'Ontario.
NRC Annual Reports
2015-2016 Annual Report
Our 2015-16 Annual Report highlights many of our accomplishments over the past year: a stakeholder survey that we carried out to assess our services and learn how we can improve them, hosting 15 webinars on various healthy eating and nutrition topics, continuing to build a searchable online database with food and nutrition resources, continuing to support the Healthy Kids Community Challenge and more!
2014-2015 Annual Report
The NRC is proud to share our 2014 achievements, which reflect our commitment to translating knowledge and research into practice and developing robust relationships with our stakeholders, in our 2014-2015 Annual Report. We are excited to build upon the strong foundation we developed in 2014/15 during the year ahead!
You can also view the NEW, animated version of the Annual Report!
2013-2014 Annual Report
NRC’s 2013-2014 Annual Report
highlights our accomplishments over the last year. It showcases our key knowledge translation and exchange activities, such as our annual conference, webinars, and workshops, as well the work that the NRC has done to better understand its stakeholders.
The report also provides a glimpse into our plans for the future, which include broadening our client base to include all health professionals in public, community and primary health and other health partners in Ontario, and enhancing our website to create a tool that will help our clients effectively navigate towards research, best and promising practices, and other resources and tools to complement work that is being done around healthy eating and nutrition in Ontario.