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The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic has left us all adjusting to a new normal. It’s definitely not business as usual – but that doesn’t mean your business has to suffer. In this webinar, DC founder Maree Ferguson will share her business strategy for responding to COVID-19, in the hope that you, too, can pivot your business and make it out the other side. Maree will inspire you to take action with her do-able recommendations and tips for adapting to these constantly changing and challenging times.
About the speaker:
Dr Maree Ferguson founded Dietitian Connection in 2012. Maree is an Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian, Fellow of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and is an internationally renowned nutrition and dietetics expert. She was previously the Director Nutrition and Dietetics, Princess Alexandra Hospital. Prior to this, Maree worked at an international medical nutrition company in the United States. She has held leadership positions both within the Dietitians Association of Australia and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (formerly American Dietetic Association). Maree developed the Malnutrition Screening Tool to identify patients at risk of malnutrition. Her innovative malnutrition screening tool has been implemented in many hospitals worldwide.
Maree is an invited speaker at national and international dietetic conferences. Maree has been awarded the Dietitian’s Association of Australia National Award of Merit, Barbara Chester Award and the President’s Innovation Award. She also received an Australia Day Achievement Award in 2011.
Maree received her Graduate Diploma of Nutrition and Dietetics and Doctoral degrees from Queensland University of Technology and Masters in Business Administration from Franklin University in the USA.
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- Presented By
- Maree Ferguson