REGISTER FOR NRC'S 2017 FORUM!
ABOUT THE EVENT
To learn more about the Forum program, please click here.
REGISTER NOW to take advantage of early bird discounts!
EARLY BIRD DEADLINE: July 31, 2017!
EARLY BIRD RATES
Student - $125
Group (4 or more) - $149
OPHA Member - $159
OPHA Constituent Society Member - $169
Dietitians of Canada/Canadian Obesity Network/Canadian Mental Health Association Member - $179
General - $189
Student - $140
Group (4 or more) - $169
OPHA Member - $179
OPHA Constituent Society Member - $189
Dietitians of Canada / Canadian Obesity Network / Canadian Mental Health Association - $199
General - $209
Become an OPHA member for further discounts!
To learn more about the many benefits of OPHA membership, please visit OPHA's membership page here.
Allied Health Professional Development Fund Grant
The Allied Health Professional Development Fund provides grants for professional development activities. Dietitians are encouraged to learn more and apply here.
A refund less a 15% administration fee will be offered only until August 31, 2017. After this date, registration tickets may only be transferred but will not be refunded. You may send refund requests to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Nutrition Resource Centre
The Nutrition Resource Centre (NRC) was established in 1999. The NRC’s objective is to be a leader in advancing public health in Ontario by supporting a broad range of professionals around issues related to healthy eating and nutrition. Our goal is to strengthen the capacity of public health nutrition and health promotion professionals by:
·Facilitating collaboration and communication
·Providing policy development support
·Serving as a central hub for healthy eating and nutrition resources and tools
The Ontario Public Health Association (OPHA) is an organization of individuals and constituent associations from various sectors and disciplines that have an interest in improving the health of Ontarians. Founded in 1949, OPHA is a voluntary, charitable, non-profit association whose mission is to provide leadership on issues affecting the public’s health and to strengthen the impact of people who are active in the public and community health throughout Ontario.