Association des Diététistes de soins Primaires
Blending the science of nutrition with the art of food.
Professionnels enfusion de la science de la nutrition et de l’art de l’alimentation.
The Primary Care Dietitians' Association (PCDA) supports and advocates for dietitians working in primary care across Canada. Our mission is to advocate for access, capacity and integration of primary care dietitians in support of providing medical nutrition therapy, disease prevention & health promotion.
Dietitians provide care for, and advocate on behalf of Canada's diverse population.
Dietitians are committed to continued education and development.
Dietitians are trusted experts who influence every area of food and nutrition.
Early Bird Registration is OPEN!
We are excited to open our conference up to international guests this year and offer multiple registration options for our 2022 conference, including a discounted student rate, post-conference recording bundle and learning library.
The PCDA strives to remove financial barriers to our events. Registrants who are able to purchase conference tickets at full price contribute to helping others to access the event. Contributing what you can at or just above the mid-point helps the association cover costs. The PCDA values open access to continued learning and development and will cover costs for those who need extra support. Contributions at any level are appreciated and acceptable ways of participating in this opportunity to pursue continued education and development.
SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE!
Benefits of sponsoring the PCDA's Annual Conference include:
showcase support of primary care dietitians and the Canadians we provide care to
network - create and maintain relationships with professional target audience
increase brand visibility - placement amongst influential healthcare professionals
create buzz - launch a new product, service or campaign
confirm your company's commitment to healthy, balanced lifestyle
Click the button, below, to explore our sponsorship packages.
ROSIE MENSAH, MPH, RD | KEYNOTE
CEDAR - Culture, Equity, Diversity & Race
Why cultural humility leads to more inclusive and equitable nutrition care.
Anneke Hobson, MA, MPH, RD
Renita Lam, MPH, RD
Climate-Friendly Practice for Primary Care RDs
Charlene Kennedy, RD & Julie Larocque, RD
Top 5 Infant Feeding Challenges – Advice that Makes a Difference
JESSICA SERDIKOFF, RDN
Addressing Burnout in 2022: What we Miss When We Position Self-Care as the Solution
ELDER TERI REDSKY FIDDLER
DR. TRAVIS HAY, PhD
Professor, Lakehead University
The Many Legacies of the Thrifty Gene: Gene-Hunting, ‘Aboriginal Diabetes’, and Community Resistance
ADAM WEINMANN, MHSc, RD
Brain Powered Nutrition
The Nourished Brain: exploring the bi-directional relationship between nutrition and mental health, with applications in PP.
ELIZABETH GULLAHER, MHSc, RD
Change Creates Change
Supporting Patients with Eating Disorders -
The Primary Care Dietitian’s Role
ED care through a weight-inclusive lens
Primary Care RD support for ED patients
Red flags and ED detection
Basic nutrition management
**All conference registrants agree to the Primary Care Dietitians' Association's virtual conference terms and conditions. To review the full agreement, please click HERE.