As a valued member of CSNM, you have access to exclusive benefits that will empower you as a nutrition professional and as a member. DISCOVER the advantages of membership

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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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Your digital edition of Food Service & Nutrition - Spring 2018 is available now. Your digital edition of Food Service & Nutrition - Spring 2018 is available now.

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The concept of CSNM's Continuing Education Program is to support members in maintaining the skill set of the 8 core competencies while building on new proficiencies.

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Nominations are now being accepted online for the 2019 Honours and Awards


The online nomination form and complete details on these awards can be found on the CSNM website at:

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Update - Nominations for 2018 – 2019/2020 Board of Directors.


The CSNM nominations process closed and we thank all who put their names forward to serve on the CSNMBoard of Directors. 

We are pleased to announce the following 2018 – 2019/20 Board of Directors who will move into their positions by acclamation or who are on the second year of a two year term.

Chris Weber, NM
Eric Evers, CNM 
Dave Lebert, CNM 
Margaret Brausse, CNM 
Judy Kirby, NM
Sheri Tomanek, NM
Penny Zdichavsky, CNM
Paulette Byrnes-Carriere, NM
Renee Giard, NM 

Leslie Edwardson, CNM 
Stacey Ginter, NM 
Stephanie Ovsenek Manning, CNM 

Past President 
Continuing Education / President Elect
Member Communications

Admissions/ Membership
Alberta Provincial Rep 
Ontario Provincial Rep 
Saskatchewan Provincial Rep 
British Columbia Provincial Rep 

Congratulations to our returning and acclaimed board members!

At the close of nominations, for the positions of Certification Portfolio Manager and Ontario Provincial Rep, multiple names were presented, and as per the revised CSNM Bylaw, there will be an election at the Annual General Meeting for this position. Candidate info (policy statement and bio) can be found on the CSNM website.

The three candidates for Certification are (click names for bio):

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CSNM Volunteer Positions Available!

CSNM’s success in elevating the profession of Nutrition Managers is largely due to the faithful efforts of our many volunteers. To enhance your CSNM experience, volunteering is a practical, fulfilling step to take.  Benefit professionally as you enhance your resume with knowledge of our core competencies and connect with a wide circle of nutrition professionals.   

We value the fresh perspective and ideas that new volunteers bring to CSNM as well as the committed work of existing volunteers. 

Join one of these valuable CSNM committees: 

  • Membership    (review and approve membership applications)
  • Continuing Education   (review and approve continuing education opportunities)
  • Examinations   (review and mark CSNM examinations)
  • Certification (offer presentations on certification to membership, schools & employers: must be a CNM to volunteer for this portfolio)
  • Member Communications   (contribute to our magazine, website, eNewsletter, and social media sites)
Volunteer positions available:

  1. Marketing Committee member
  2. Membership Committee member
  3. Conference committee members - Moncton New Brunswick

Please apply for these positions by filling out the online application form and you will be contacted by the Volunteer Coordinator.

Create a Volunteer Opportunity: 

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The Organizations for Health Action (HEAL) is a coalition of national health and consumer associations and organizations dedicated to protecting and strengthening Canada's health care system. As part of the evolving national health policy environment, HEAL regularly meets with a number of organizations, including: Canada Health Infoway, senior officials from Health Canada and Human Resources & Skills Development Canada, Ministers and Members of Parliament. HEAL also meets on a regular basis with leaders from other national health organizations and coalitions to discuss issues of shared interest in addition to identifying ways in which we can work together more effectively.

The members of the Organizations for Health Action are committed to sustaining and enhancing the health of Canadians, and in the continuous improvement of fair, equitable, efficient and effective health services and system(s). CSNM is a proud member of HEAL and actively participates in meetings held four times per year.

Collectively as a group of health professional associations and organizations within HEAL, recently sent a letter to the Ministry of Health – the Honourable Ginette Petitpas Taylor in support of the department’s work on the Healthy Eating Strategy. Click here to view the letter sent.
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Declaration of Commitment to Psychological Health and Safety in Healthcare


Join the movement – be a health leader

The    By Health for Health       Collaborative    of Canada, led in partnership with the Mental Health Commission of Canada and HealthCareCAN, has a vision for healthcare workplaces to be leaders and role models in providing psychologically healthy and safe work environments for all Canadians.

Join us in working towards this vision and sign the    Declaration of Commitment to Psychological Health and Safety in Healthcare       (Declaration); a commitment to advancing the protection and promotion of mental health in the workplace and in alignment with the principles of the    National Standard for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace    (the Standard).  In the context of this Declaration, the term “staff” is used to refer to all employees, physicians, learners, contractors and volunteers that work within a health organization.

While the Standard is applicable to all industries, it has a unique role within healthcare. Staff working in the healthcare sector are more likely to miss work due to illness or disability than people in all other sectors. They also face higher rates of burnout, compassion fatigue and sleep deprivation that can impact their psychological health and safety as well as the safety of their patients. Championed by the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC), and developed by the    Canadian Standards Association    (CSA Group) and the    Bureau de normalisation du Québec (BNQ), the Standard is a voluntary set of guidelines, tools and resources focused on promoting staff psychological health and preventing psychological harm due to workplace factors. HealthCareCAN – the national voice of Canada’s hospitals and health care organizations – has a position statement strongly encouraging members and all health system stakeholder to adopt the Standard.

A psychologically healthy and safe workplace:

  • Promotes positive culture and staff well-being
  • Prevents stigma and discrimination
  • Contributes to a productive and positive working environment

Better healthcare can be achieved when workplaces delivering care are healthy and safe, translating into improved morale, improved staff and patient satisfaction as well as reduced costs and reduced medical errors. 

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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.

Visit 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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