NEW RECIPIENTS

Matching Grant with CFDR (2016)

  • Users, uses and impacts of social media in nutrition: a scoping review.
    Sophie Desroches, RD, PhD, Laval University
  • Enhancing glycemic index knowledge and application among adults with Type-2 Diabetes Mellitus.
    Steven Johnson, PhD, Athabasca University
  • Impact of computer-based cognitive training on outcomes during a weight loss intervention in an obese population.
    Ryan Stallard, RD, Bariatric Regional Assessment and Treatment Centre, Hotel Dieu Hospital,
    Kingston, Ontario

Distinguished Nutrition Leadership Award (DNLA)

  • 2016 : Dr. Peter Jones, Director of the Richardson Centre for Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals, University of Manitoba

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ALL RECIPIENTS

Grant-in-Aid for research

2013

  • Dr Sophie Chaxel, Dr Laurette Dubé & Dr Yu Ma, University of Alberta, ON & McGill University, QC – “Highlighting Bridging and Leapfrogging Conflicting Beliefs: New Strategy to Promote Nutritious Food”
  • Dr Sophie Desroches, Université Laval, QC – “Enhancing Knowledge Translation in Nutrition Through a Healthy Eating Blog : A Randomized Controlled Trial”

2012

  • Dr Rhonda Bell, University of Alberta, ON – “Adaptation and evaluation of a counselling intervention to promote healthy weight gain and healthy eating in pregnancy”
  • Dr Simone Lemieux, University Laval, QC – “Impact of cognitive dietary restraint on perceived stress, appetite sensations and food cravings during energy restriction in women with obesity”

2011

  • Dr Jess Haines, University of Guelph, ON – “Pilot study of a family-based obesity prevention intervention in the Canadian context”
  • Dr Julie Robitaille, Université Laval, QC – “Impact of gestational diabetes mellitus on offspring health : role of the prenatal and postnatal environment”

2010

  • Dr Nick Bellissimo, School of Nutrition, Ryerson University
    “Do sedentary or physically active screen-based activities affect subjective appetite, satiation and food intake control in children?”
  • Dr Benoît Lamarche, INAF, Université Laval
    “Investigating nutritional practices of high school girls and coaches involved in competitive sports”

2009

  • Dr Sara Kirk, School of Health and Human Performance, Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia
    “Choice or circumstance: breastfeeding practice as influenced by maternal weight status and food insecurity in low income, Nova Scotian mothers”
  • Dr Vicky Drapeau, Département d’éducation physique, Université Laval
    “Influence du programme Nutriathlon en équipe sur la consommation de légumes et fruits (LF) et de produits laitiers (PL) chez les adolescents.”
  • Dr Brian McCrindle, Department of Cardiology, Hospital of sick Children
    “Effect of a pilot healthy lifestyle program on obesity prevention in overweight adolescent with dyslipidemia: A 3-arm randomized controlled clinical trial”

2008

  • Dr Marie-France Hivert, Department of Medicine, University of Sherbrooke, Quebec
    “Dietary assessment of a lifestyle intervention to prevent weight gain in university students”
  • Dr Sarah Woodruff,, Department of Kinesiology, University of Windsor, Ontario
    “Development of Canada’s Healthy Eating Index (C-HEI)”
  • Dr Véronique Provencher, Department of Food Science and Nutrition, University Laval, Quebec
    “Nutrition claims and food perceptions: What are the effects on food intake and appetite sensations”

2007

  • Dr Bonnie Kaplan, Departments of Paediatrics & Community Health Sciences, University of Calgary “Nutrient Intake and Status during Pregnancy as Predictors of Maternal Mental Health”

2006

  • Dr Heather Keller, Department of Kinesiology, University of Waterloo, Ontario
    “Targeted Implementation of NutriSTEP (Nutrition Screening Tool-for Every Preschooler”

2005

  • Dr Andrew Szilagyi, Division of Gastroenterology, McGill University, Montreal
    “Differential Biologic Impact of Lactose Consumption in Lactase Persistent and Non-Persistent Populations: Evaluation of Microflora and Insulin / Glycemic Response”
  • Dr Patricia Parkin, Sick Kids – The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto
    “Nutritional education and the prevention of iron depletion in children 9 months to 2 years- A randomized controlled trial”
  • Dr Thomas Wolever, Department of Nutritional Sciences, University of Toronto
    “A Low Glycemic Index Diet in Women with Gestational Hyperglycemia”

2004

  • Dr Meizi He & Dr. Len Piché, Department of Human Ecology, University of Western Ontario, London
    “Toward a Better Understanding of Beverage Consumption Patterns of School-aged Children – A Comprehensive Approach”
  • Dr Alison M. Duncan, Department of Human Biology & Nutritional Sciences, University of Guelph
    “Influence of the Transition from High School to University on Nutrient Intake, Dietary Patterns and Anthropometric Measurement in Males”
  • Dr Janis R Simpson, Department of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition, University of Guelph
    “Nutrition Counselling for At-risk Infants and Toddlers in an Old Order Amish Community in Southwestern Ontario”

2003

  • Rhona Hanning et al., Dept. of Health Studies and Gerontology and Health Behavior Research Group, University of Waterloo
    “’Assessment of Food and Physical Activity Behaviour of Aboriginal School Children using a Tailored Web-Based Approach”
  • Theresa Glanville & Lynn McIntyre,, Dept. of Applied Human Nutrition, Mount St-Vincent University, Halifax
    “The impact of intra-familial food distribution on diet quality of poor, mother-led families”
  • Dr Laurette Dubé, Dept. Consumer Psychology and Services Marketing, McGill University, Montreal
    “Harnessing the power of the web to promote healthy food behaviour among youth : The effect of humour and interactivity”

2002

  • Bonnie Kaplan et al., Behavioural Research Unit, Alberta Children’s Hospital, Calgary
    “Determinants of food choices in individuals with moods disorders”
  • Rhonda Bell & Linda McGargar, Dept. of Agricultural, Food and Nutritional Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton
    “Active living recommendations as an adjunct to nutrition counselling: Follow-up evaluation of dietitians and their clients”
  • Simone Lemieux et al., Département des Sciences des aliments et de la nutrition, Université Laval, Québec
    “Intervention de type cognitivo-comportemental chez des femmes préoccupées par leur poids: Impacts sur les comportements alimentaires, la qualité de vie et la prévention du gain de poids”

2001

  • Kathleen A. Martin et al., Department of Kinesiology, McMaster University, Hamilton
    “Do you want the good news or the bad news ? Development of effective communications for increasing calcium consumption in young women”
  • Patricia Parkin et al., Hospital for Sick Children, Research Institute, Toronto
    “The Association between prolonged bottle feeding and iron depletion in toddlers : A case control study”
  • Corilee Watters & Kim Raine, Dept. Agricultural, Food and Nutritional Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton
    “Heart Health Promotion in Practice : An Exploration of Dietitian’s Experiences and Perceptions”
  • Laurie Wadsworth & Ann Sullivan, Dept. Human Nutrition, St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish
    “A survey of media and disease risk attitudes, knowledge and practices of Canadian Dietitians and nutrition professionals”

2000

  • Dr Katherine Gray-Donald et al., School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition, McGill University, Montreal
    “A community nutrition intervention to improve the health of James Bay Cree infants and children”
  • Dr Robert Vallerand et al., Département de Psychologie, Laboratoire de recherche sur le comportement social, Université du Québec à Montréal
    “Les conduites alimentaires des parents et le comportement alimentaire des adolescents”
  • Dr Mary McKenna et al., Faculty of Education, Canadian Research Institute for Social Policy, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton
    “Building the educational capacity and will of schools to improve school nutrition”
  • Dr Linda McGargar & Rhonda Bell, Department of Agricultural, Food and Nutritional Science, University of Alberta, Edmonton
    “Active living recommendations as part of nutrition counselling”

1999

  • Dr Shanti Johnson, Acadia University, School of Nutrition and Food Service, Wolfille
    “Reliability an Validity of “Mom’s munch box” – A Pictorial Interactive Instrument for Determining Nutritional Intervention Priority Needs of Pregnant Women”
  • Dr Heather Keller, College of Social and Applied Human Sciences, University of Guelph
    “A participatory community based approach to Nutrition education for older adults”
  • Dr Judy Paisley, Ryerson Polytechnic University, School of Nutrition, Toronto
    “The impact of recommended dietary change on shared eating experiences”
  • Dr Timothy Johns, McGill University, School of dietetics and Human nutrition, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue
    “Changing Patterns or Nutrient and non-nutrient supplementation use by Canadians”
  • Dr Catherine Garnier, UQUAM –CIRADE, Montreal
    “Représentations sociales des élèves du primaire et pratiques éducatives des enseignants et des parents relatives à la nutrition”
  • Dr Marie Marquis, Département de Nutrition, Université de Montréal
    “L’enfant agent promoteur d’une saine alimentation auprès de la famille: Étude des déterminants de types psychosociaux en milieu québécois à faible et moyen revenu”
  • Dr Paula Brauer, Department of Family Relation and Applied Nutrition, University of Guelph
    “Effects of a Behavioral Weight Loss Program on Health Related Quality of Life and Health Care Utilization in Women”

1998

  • Dr Kim Raine, Dept. Agriculture, Food and Nutritional Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton
    “Nutrition Education for Social Change : Women and Body Image”
  • Dr Stephanie Cook, Nutrition and Food Services, Regina Health District, Regina
    “Stages of Change Model for Reducing Dietary Fat Intake”
  • Dr Heather Keller, College of Social and Applied Human Sciences, University of Guelph
    “Risk Evaluation for Eating and Nutrition (SCREEN) and Evergreen Seniors Centre Action on Nutrition (ESCAN)”
  • Dr Valerie Tarasuk, Dept. of Nutritional Sciences, University of Toronto, Toronto
    “An examination of food preparation activity among low-income, food insecure women”

Distinguished Nutrition Leadership Award

  • 2014: Dr Rickey Yada, Department of Food Science, University of Guelph, ON
  • 2013: Dr John Brosnan and Dr Margaret Brosnan, Memorial University of Newfoundland
  • 2012: Dr Thomas Clandinin, Department of Agricultural, Food & Nutritional Science, University of Alberta
  • 2011: Dr Harvey Anderson, Department of Human Sciences, University of Toronto
  • 2010: Dr Stanley Zlotkin, Department of Nutritional Sciences & Pediatrics, University of Toronto
  • 2007: Dr Stephanie Atkinson, Department of Pediatrics, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario
  • 2006: Dr Bruce Holub, Department of Human Health and Nutritional Sciences, University of Guelph
  • 2005: Dr Diane Finegood, Department of Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver
  • 2004: Dr George Beaton, Department of Nutritional Sciences, University of Toronto
  • 2003: Dr Eugenio Rasio, Centre de recherche du CHUM, Montréal / CHUM Research Center, Montreal
  • 2002: Dr Claude Roy, Centre de recherche du CHU Sainte-Justine, Montréal / CHU Sainte-Justine Research Center, Montreal
  • 2001: Louise Lambert-Lagacé, Dietitian
  • 2000: Dr David Jenkins, Department of Nutritional Sciences, University of Toronto
  • 1999: Dietitians of Canada
  • 1998: Dr Bruce McDonald, Department of Foods and Nutrition, University of Manitoba

Grant-in-Aid for Systematic Review 2012

  • Sophie Desroches, Laval University, QCSystematic Review : The importance of yogurt in the Canadian diet.

Doctoral Student Awards in Nutrition Education and Communication

2008

  • Jessica Wegener, Université de Guelph
    “The Effectiveness of Population-level Policy and Program Instruments in Addressing the Challenges of the Canadian Food Environment”
  • Jo-Anne Gilbert
    Impact d’une supplémentation en lait sur la composition corporelle, la densité de masse osseuse et la satiété chez des femmes en surpoids suite à un programme de perte de poids.
  • Martin Sénéchal
    Le rôle des protéines animales pour prévenir la sarcopénie chez les ainées obèses

2007

  • Holly Knight, Université d’Alberta
    “Eating Behaviour Change in chronic Disease Management”
  • Jessica Wegener, Université de Guelph
    “The Effectiveness of Population-level Policy and Program Instruments in Addressing the Challenges of the Canadian Food Environment”
  • Naomi Jones, Université Queen’s
    “Overcoming Barriers to Adherence of the Canadian Nutrition Support Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPGs): Development of a screening Questionnaire and a Tailored Educational Strategy”

2006

  • Steven Johnson
    Simple Messages and Simple Easy to Deliver Programs for Promoting Healthy Eating and Active Living in Type 2 Diabetes (T2D) Population.
  • Holly Knight
    Determining How to Enable Clients With chronic Disease to Modify Their Eating Behaviour.

2005

  • Danielle Bouchard, University of Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, Quebec
    “Efficacité et faisabilité d’un programme de perte de poids par paliers chez les femmes obèses post-ménopausées” $18,000
  • Sarah J. Woodruff, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario
    “Environmental, Lifestyle and Behavioural Predictors of Adolescent Body Weight” $18,000.
  • Amina Khambalia, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario
    “The impacts of Periconception Iron Status and Education in Adolescent Females on Maternal and Foetal Health Status and Outcomes” $18,000.

2004

  • Sarah Woodruff, University of Waterloo, Waterloo
    “Environmental, Lifestyle, and Behavioural Predictors of Healthy and Unhealthy Weights among High School Students” $18,000.
  • Nick Bellissimo, Department of Nutritional Sciences, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario
    “Obese boys suppress short-term food intake in response to glucose but not whey protein drinks” $18,000.
  • Laurie Ricciuto, Department of Nutritional Sciences, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario
    “Characterization of Canadian food expenditure patterns and nutrient availability in relation to income, and implications for food policy” $18,000.

2003

  • Sophie Bélanger, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec
    “The effect of Web, humour appeal and parental involvement on tweens healthy snacks consumption”, $18, 000.
  • Kate Calengor, Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutritional Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta
    “Youth surveillance program: Using a Web-based survey for the dietary and physical activity assessment of Alberta adolescents”, $18,000.
  • Nick Bellissimo, Department of Nutritional Sciences, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario
    “Effect of physical fitness, protein source and adiposity on caloric compensation in obese children”, $18,000.

2002

  • Laurie Ricciuto, Department of Nutritional Sciences, University of Toronto
    “The impact of health Canada’s new nutrition labelling policy on food consumption patterns and food supply”
  • Jacqui Gingras, Centre for the study of Curriculum and Instruction, Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia, Vancouver
    “Dietitians’experience of their education as a process of professionaln socialization : Clariying how nutrition knowledge is created, legitimized and communicated”
  • Jacinthe Beauchamp, Department of Nutrition, McGill University, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue
    “How dietitians learn from practice in community-based prenatal nutrition projects”
  • Marie-Cécile Cervellon, Faculty of Management, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec
    “Natural and functional food sources of calcium in young women: Ambivalence in attitudes and persuasive strategies to influence food intake”
  • Véronique Provencher, Université Laval, Québec, Québec
    “Intervention auprès des femmes présentant un surplus de poids: Comparaison entre deux approches”

2001

  • Rachel Engler Stringer, College of Pharmacy and Nutrition, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon
    “Community Collective Kitchens in Three Canadians Cities”
  • Danielle St-Arnaud-McKensie, Centre de Recherche, Institut Universitaire de Gériatrie de Montréal
    “Protein Energy Malnutrition in Institutionalized Geriatric Patients”

2000

  • Lucie Bouchard, École de Psychologie, Université Laval, Québec
    “Représentations sociales de l’alimentation et de la nutrition chez une population âgée”
  • Valérie Soledad Legendre, Département de Psychologie, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières
    “Étude des facteurs différentiels prédicteurs de l’anorexie mentale primaire à l’adolescence”

1999

  • Ann Fox, Department of Nutrition Sciences, University of Toronto
    “The Re-Evaluation of Health Canada Nutrition Recommendations within the frameworks of evidence-based science”
  • Tanya Verrall, School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition, McGill University, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue
    “Exploring beliefs about eating during illness and in health to better understand eating behaviour”
  • Geoff Ball, Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutritional Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton
    “Exploring the social construction of women’s body images throughout the life course and the relationships to women’s dietary behaviours and nutritional health”
  • Pascale Morin, Départment d’éducation sportive et physique, University of Sherbrooke
    “Élaboration d’un programme d’éducation concernant la consommation de folate pour les femmes en âge de procréer”

1998

  • Marcia Cooper, Department of Nutritional Sciences, University of Toronto
    “’The Re-Evaluation of Health Canada Nutrition Recommendations within the frameworks of evidence-based science”
  • Catherine Morley Hauchecorne, University of Calgary
    “Exploring beliefs about eating during illness and in health to better understand eating behaviour”
  • Kim Ransome, University of Alberta, Edmonton
    “Exploring the social construction of women’s body images throughout the life course and the relationships to women’s dietary behaviours and nutritional health”
  • Isabelle Huot, Department of Nutrition, University of Montreal
    “Impact d’une intervention communautaire de promotion de la santé cardiovasculaire sur la consommation de gras”
  • Virginie Hall-Knom, UQUAM-CIRADE, Montreal
    “Étude exploratoire des processus socio-cognitifs participant à la construction des savoirs alimentaires dans la pratique sociale de la maternité”

Media Training Awards in Nutrition Communication

  • 2004: Katie McCormack
  • 2003: Sarah Cutler
  • 2002: Teresa McLaren
  • 2001: Nathalie Jobin
  • 1999: Nathasha Marko, Martin Lemire