MAN-GRH collaboration for 2019-2020
For the 2019/2020 internship year, GRH will be collaborating with the Masters of Applied Nutrition (MAN) program at the University of Guelph. This collaboration will provide four MAN students with all of their clinical and food service management training at GRH while also fulfilling all of the requirements of graduate studies and MAN program. If you are interested in this training option follow the application procedures for the MAN program at https://www.uoguelph.ca/family/how-apply (opens in new window). As part of your application, please indicate your interest in completing your placement at GRH by clearly indicating why in your Research Statement.
Placements at a glance
These take place at the KW and Freeport campuses and are where nutrition care competencies are developed. Rotations can include oncology, medicine, surgery, ICU, pediatrics, complex continuing care, mental health, diabetes and renal.
Management/food services rotation
These take place at the KW Campus where students work alongside the nutrition and food services team responsible for the management of a centralized, cold plating/retherm system that delivers meals to both campuses. Key activities for competency development in this rotation include exposure to service automation, diet office and food service management, human resource and labour management, budgeting, and therapeutic diet and menu development.
Population and public health rotations
These are available through the program and include: public health units, community health centres or local universities. In addition to this placement, dietetic interns collaborate with each other on a hospital-wide nutrition promotion campaign during the month of March.
Research skills are acquired through the completion of a research project. The project has four allocated weeks but will require additional personal time.
- Nutrition care pathway for hospitalized older adults: content validation, feasibility and reliability testing.
- PEN practice question: What are the differences between plant and animal sources of protein in a renal diet and how do these differences affect phosphorus metabolism in adult patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) not on dialysis?
- Prevalence of phosphate additives in dairy products in Waterloo region grocery stores.
This dietetic education program is an accredited program recognized by the Partnership for Dietetic Education and Practice (PDEP) and prepares students for eligibility for registration with a provincial dietetic regulatory body.
Hannah Marcus, dietetic internship coordinator
PO Box 9056
835 King Street West
Phone: 519-749-4300, extension 3756