Webinar recording: Skills for nutrition education in CALD communities


Whether you’re working with new immigrants or settled communities, individuals or groups, this webinar will provide you with 3 valuable insights into working with culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities from here in Melbourne, to Arnhem Land and all the way to East Africa.

Ideal for early career dietitians, nutritionists and other health professionals who provide nutrition education in CALD communities. 

"Thank you for an insightful webinar. It's valuable to have a glimpse of some of the frontlines in nutrition health in Australia and abroad, ahead of time."
- Student dietitian

Continuing Professional Development hours or points available for eligible DAA and NSA members.

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Part 1: Practical skills for working in CALD communities

Carla Battaglia, Accredited Practising Dietitian, Nutrition Australia Vic Division.

Carla will explain key considerations for working with CALD communities, common social, environmental and cultural influences on food and nutrition, and provide practical advice on engaging with various communities to maximise their learning and behavioural change outcomes.

Part 2: Working with Indigenous communities in Arnhem land

Ingrid Phyland, community dietitian and nutritionist

Ingrid shares what she’s learned after several years working with Indigenous Australians in very remote areas of Northern Territory.

Part 3: Nutrition education overseas

Sophie Robson, Provisional Accredited Practising Dietitian, Nutrition Australia Vic Division.

Sophie will share her experiences as a volunteer providing nutrition education to women with HIV in Arusha, Tanzania.


Recorded: 30 March 2015


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