Trans 101: Trans-Inclusive Dietetic Practice

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The intent of this session is to provide foundational knowledge on trans-inclusive dietetic practice and to have participants work with emerging resources and documents to contribute to the development of clinical practice guidelines and standards of practice. Listeners will learn about the application of the practice guidelines and concepts of inclusion, respect, dignity, and non-judgement in clinical, management, population health, education, and research settings.

After listening to this presentation, you will be able to:

  • apply foundational knowledge and language related to gender diversity, gender identity, and gender expression,
  • plan how to make practice environments safe and inclusive for trans people, and
  • understand developing clinical practice guidelines and standards of practice for trans-inclusive dietetic practice, and their use in dietetics education and practice.

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Catherine Morley, PhD, PDt, FDC, Associate Professor, School of Nutrition and Dietetics at Acadia University and Adjunct Professor, Applied Human Nutrition at Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax, NS.

Pamela Fergusson PhD RD is a private practice dietitian, lecturer at Ryerson University, and a members of the DC Sustainable Food Systems Leadership Team in Toronto, ON

Eric Ng MPH RD is Health Equity Specialist with Toronto Public Health and Sessional Instructor at the University of Toronto and Ryerson University in Toronto, ON.

Length: 58min

Last Updated: December 11, 2019

Type: Learning on Demand

Trans 101 Trans Inclusive Dietetic Practice
Trans 101 Trans Inclusive Dietetic Practice
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