Series for Community Dietitians

Discipline-specific Clinical Teaching

Topic: Eating Disorders & Community Dietitians: Introduction and Building on the Basics
Facilitators: Rachel Dies, RD, Clinical Educator, Eating Disorders Ontario
Anne Williams, RD, Clinical Educator, Eating Disorders Ontario
Co-hosts: EDO staff

Target Audience: 

  • Healthcare professionals working within Ontario publicly-funded settings (no fee for service)
  • This event is especially geared toward dietitians working in non-specialized inpatient and outpatient settings, working with any age group


  • Sessions 1: Eating Disorders & Community Dietitians – An Introduction:
    • Eating disorders in your practice: screening and assessment, risk reduction and early intervention
    • Red flags and medical management recommendations
    • Accessing resources and navigating Ontario’s specialized eating disorders system of care
    • The application of “Do no harm” principles in the context of an eating disorder
  • Sessions 2: Eating Disorders and Community Dietitians – Building on the Basics:
    • The role of the dietitian in general inpatient and outpatient care
    • Assessment guidelines and management of refeeding syndrome
    • Providing meal support and navigating food restrictions and preferences

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