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Hold the highest level of certification in the field of Nutrition Management. When your advanced skills, training and experience are recognized by certification, it brings opportunities for growth in both your career and the food service industry.

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CSNM offers Corporate Membership to businesses aimed at helping Nutrition Managers provide quality, cost-effective nutritional care and services. Corporate Members are provided with many opportunities to connect with all CSNM members across Canada.

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Recent News

2017 CSNM Conference in Ottawa

Save the Dates - June 14th to 16th, 2017 - Ottawa Conference & Event Centre at Courtyard Marriott

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2016 CSNM Student Competition

In 2016 we implemented our first Student Competition which involved Students participating from our 10 Accredited Colleges across Canada. We were delighted with the quality of all the entries we received. Students whom entered all received Complimentary student membership for participating. It is our pleasure to announce the winners below:

Irene Kastner - George Brown (first place)
Gabby Marence Fanshawe (Second Place)
Madison Grech - Fanshawe (Third Place)
Barbara Warry - HealthcareCAN (top 5)
Christine Hoogkamer - Algonquin (top 5)

CSNM looks forward to hosting another student competition next year. More information to come as details and dates are determined.

Nominations Sought For 2017 - 2018/2019 Board of Directors

Nominations are currently open for the 2017 - 2018/2019 Board of Directors. The Nomination process is based on the CSNM Bylaw passed in May 2014.

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Canadian Coalition for Green Healthcare

Nationally recognized network for green resources for healthcare with the vision to positively influence the ecological impact of Canadian healthcare.

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Redefining Protein Report

Summary report on incorporating more plan based protein into our diets

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Volunteer Opportunity in Zambia

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2016 CSNM Conference Audio and Video

Just Letting members know that the 2016 CSNM Conference Video and Audio links are available in the Members Only area under 'Archived Webinars and Webcasts.

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Canadian Malnutrition Task Force - INPAC Toolkit

This toolkit provides an overview of the 'what' and 'how' for making change to improve nutrition care practices in your hospital. The 'What' section is about key nutrition care activities based on Integrated Nutrition Pathway for Acute Care (INPAC), an algorithm that promotes the prevention, detection and treatment of malnutrition in hospital. The 'How' section refers to the implementation and behaviour change strategies used by the hospitals that implemented INPAC and improved their nutrition care processes as part of the More-2-Eat study. Under the Tools section of this website are tips, strategies and examples of documents for the INPAC activities (e.g. screening, assessment etc.). The Resources tab will direct you to other materials that will support implementation of INPAC and changing practice.

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