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We live in a challenging food environment. Unhealthy food is everywhere: in our local supermarkets, our children's schools, our workplaces, restaurants, and entertainment venues. These foods are often cheaper, more accessible and attractive than healthier options. Eating a healthy diet can be an uphill struggle for many Canadians in such an environment. Can this be changed? Can we create healthier food environments? How can we promote healthy eating among the public and our clients?
Join the Nutrition Resource Centre on May 11, 2016 as we explore together how we can help the public navigate the current food environment and transform it to promote healthy eating.
The NRC forum is being held in conjunction with the Ontario Society of Nutrition Professionals in Public Health's 2016 Nutrition Exchange conference.
About Nutrition Exchange 2016
Novotel Hotel Toronto Centre l May 12 - 13, 2016
Topics include: food security and basic income guarantee, media literacy, framing, mental health, and food psychology
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS NOW CLOSED.
Click HERE to view list of research topics that will be presented at the Forum.
Click HERE to view Forum concurrent sessions.
STUDENTS AND NEW PROFESSIONALS SPRING NETWORKING SOIREE
Following main Forum program l 5:00 - 7:00 pm l Colony Ballroom, Chestnut Conference Centre
Join the OPHA New Professionals Network for an inspiring evening!
OPHA members / Constituent Society members - Free!
Forum / Nutrition Exchange attendees - Free!
Dietitians of Canada members - $5
General - $10
CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS AND TO REGISTER.
The Soiree is generously sponsored by the Ryerson University School of Nutrition
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN! (CLICK HERE TO REGISTER)
EARLY BIRD discount until March 11, 2016.
Student - $89
OPHA Member - $119
Constituent Society Member - $129
Dietitians of Canada Member - $139
General - $149
Student - $99
OPHA Member - $149
Constituent Society Member - $159
Dietitians of Canada Member - $169
General - $179
ATTENDING BOTH DAYS OF NUTRITION EXCHANGE 2016?
Use promo code nutritionex2016 to receive 10% off registration for the Forum.
ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FUND GRANT
The Allied Health Professional Development Fund provides grants for professional development activities. Dietitians are encouraged to learn more and apply here.
SPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITOR OPPORTUNITIES
Showcase your organization's programs, initiatives, and products at NRC's Forum. Please click here for more information on exhibiting and sponsorship opportunities.
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