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Sue Mah, RD, MHSc

A typical week usually involves a few writing assignment deadlines as well as communications with clients. I spend quite a bit of time on professional development by attending nutrition events, participating in webinars, and reading the daily nutrition headlines/research. I love to blog and tweet about the latest nutrition trends and news from recent events.

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Noura Sheikhalzoor, RD, MSc

I am passionate about all aspects of dietetics. I am passionate about food and health and human interactions with them and the everyday trends that we see. Specifically, I am very passionate about improving the food systems and community health and interested in upstream thinking. I am interested in health promotion and disease prevention through healthy eating and positive lifestyle changes.

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Brooke Bulloch, RD

 

Having exposure to various roles early in my career, I gained a variety of skills specific to those areas of dietetics. So, I suppose I have front line experience. I have learned how to connect with individuals and the importance of hearing their stories; I have gained confidence and insight to recognize my strengths and limitations; I take opportunities to learn and develop where possible. The day I feel I know everything about nutrition and dietetics is the day I fail as a dietitian. I will be forever learning, growing, and expanding on my education.

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Kristy Leavitt, RD

My day-to-day work varies, but generally includes meeting with patients in the clinic, preparing for those appointments, planning for upcoming classes that I’m teaching, participating in working group meetings and related project work, and reading/learning to grow my knowledge. In addition, a couple times per year I have a dietetic intern doing part of their internship with me.

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