Charting your course for career advancement

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Are you a newly licensed dietitian embarking on your professional journey and wondering which direction to go? Perhaps you are mid-career and not feeling as passionate or inspired by your work as you used to.

Or perhaps it is later in your career and you are thinking about the last big career adventure before you retire. The “average” Canadian can expect to have five to ten careers in their lifetime. Use this session to consider your own career transition and learn how to apply transferable skills in other contexts to enhance career satisfaction. Explore your career path using validated self-assessment tools and begin to assess skill gaps, identify tools and resources to address these gaps, and develop an action plan to begin career transition.

Date of presentation: June 2017, DC National Conference


  • Angela Cuddy, MSc, MEd, RD is managing a consulting rm, Educomm Solutions, manages the Aramark Dietetic Internship program and is completing a PhD in Health Professions Education at the University of Toronto in Toronto, ON.
  • Andrea Miller, MHSc, RD owns and operates a private nutrition counselling practice in Ajax, ON.
  • Roula Tzianetas, MHSc, MSc, RD, CHE is project manager, clinical innovations for Saint Elizabeth Health Care in Toronto, ON


  • Video presentation (62 minutes) with the presentation slides (pdf)
  • Audio file (mp3 file)

Cost: $14.95 for members; $19.95 for non-members; $9.95 for students

Last Updated: October 29, 2020

Type: Learning on Demand

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