Upcoming Events you won’t want to miss!
There are a number of free educational webinars and virtual conferences coming up from the Canadian Nutrition Society … and more on the way!
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Fall Webinar Line-up
Food Access Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic
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Wednesday, October 21, 12:00 – 13:00 ET
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed daily life for citizens in most countries around the world. The speed at which citizens have had to react and adapt to government directives for physical distancing is unprecedented, producing a number of hardships in acquiring the essentials of life. Of particular importance to understand is the impact that the pandemic has had on access to food, which will have been affected for a variety of reasons; e.g. economic challenges resulting from job loss, agricultural impacts, self-isolation, or apprehension to shop in-store due to concerns about exposure to the SARS-CoV2 virus. This webinar will present findings from two projects that have evaluated consumer risk perceptions and food access impacts of the pandemic: 1) a Quebec provincial household survey investigation and 2) a Pan-Canadian survey study on consumer perceptions and experiences.
Speakers: Daiva Nielsen, PhD and Wallapak Polasub, PhD
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Carbohydrates Under Target: Ketogenic diet and Type 1 Diabetes
Wednesday, November 4, 12:00 – 13:00 ET
Data from type 1 diabetes registries show that over 4 out of 5 patients have A1c levels above the 7% target. Therefore, a large proportion people with type 1 diabetes are struggling to achieve good diabetes control and are avidly looking for strategies, such as the ketogenic diet, to improve it. There is indeed a growing interest in limiting carbohydrate in the diabetes community, however healthcare professionals are sometimes reluctant to provide guidance on how low we can limit the carbohydrate intake due to the lack of information related to safety issues. During this presentation, we will explore the short terms impact of the ketogenic diet on diabetes management and discuss the potential safety issues in the context of type 1 diabetes. We will consider the patients’ perspectives for adopting this diet and review the pros and cons to allow informed decision from the patient.
Speaker: Anne-Sophie Brazeau, PhD, RD
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Upcoming Virtual Conferences
Registration now open!
· Mini Virtual Conference Series
Assessing Diet Quality / Dietary Intake Using Contemporary Methods
Friday, November 20, 2020 – Learn more/Register
Pediatric Nutrition: From the womb to 1000 days!
Thursday, February 25, 2021 – Learn more/Register
Nutrition in Diverse Populations
Friday, March 26, 2021 – Learn more/Register
CNS 2021 Thematic Conference: Advances and Controversies in Nutrition and Diabetes
This virtual conference will be held over two half days and will explore advances and controversies in the nutritional management of diabetes through exposure to research and practice perspectives. Attendees will participate in a “real time” experience, including live Q and A, a Virtual Poster Expo, exhibits, networking, and much more
Friday, January 22, 2021 & Saturday, January 23, 2021
Highlights from the CNS Education Portal
Past CNS webinar recordings and slide handouts continue to be available on our Education Portal to support ongoing learning. Here are a few from the archives:
- Cannabis Edibles, Efficacy, and Special Populations
- Panel Discussion: Impacts of COVID-19 on the food supply and food access
- Ask the Expert: Post-ICU Nutrition Care for COVID-19 Survivors
All Canadian Malnutrition Awareness Week™ Webinars were recorded and are also available for viewing in the CNS Education Portal: