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Here are some resources, tailored just for clinical dietitians, to get you started with exploring the DC website:
Infuse digital magazine features original articles with business and leadership insights from leading experts in the field of nutrition and dietetics. Keep up-to-date with what’s happening in the dietetics profession and get inspired as we chat to the dietitians who are changing our world. Being digital, you can access Infuse anytime and anywhere from your smart phone or desktop. Happy reading!
It’s an exciting time to be a dietitian as new research builds, showing the links between diet, health and the microbiome. Join us for this two-part webinar series, featuring Dr Megan Rossi and Dr Joanna McMillan, as we explore the Gut Health Craze, examine the research and translate key learnings into your dietetic practice.
Joe Leech from DietvsDisease is running a promotion for health professionals ready to up-skill in the area of food intolerance and the low FODMAP diet. DC members pay half price for the elimination course (click here) or reintroduction course (click here) — they also count towards assessed CPD points in Aus, as well as formal CPD in the UK and CCP points for Canadians. Upskill in the low FODMAP diet now!
Save time and help your clients at the checkout. From sports drinks to milk products, muesli bars and more, our volunteers have done an amazing job in compiling this product comparisons library — so you don’t have to do the heavy lifting.
In this webinar, Fiona Sutherland and Marci Evans will provide you with a foundational understanding of what body image is, how it is constructed, and how to begin exploring this complicated topic with your clients. They will provide you with two constructs of body image healing to aid you in assessing body image in your clients which will point you in the direction of formulating thoughtful interventions. They will also discuss goal setting and establishing expectations for the work.