The UBC Dietetics Program will be changing to incorporate the feedback from various community stakeholders. The current Bachelor of Science (Food, Nutrition and Health – Dietetics Major) curriculum will be modified to increase the number of accepted applicants and improve students’ understanding of rural and Indigenous health. Additionally, UBC Dietetics is proposing a new 28-month program, Master of Nutrition and Dietetics (MND), which is meant for applicants who already hold a Bachelor’s Degree. We encourage you to refer to the Memo to Community Stakeholders Re Dietetics Program Changes – Updated 20Oct2020 for more information.
The Annual Preceptor Education Event will be happening virtually on Zoom this year. For more information and to register for the event, visit our Annual Preceptor Education Event page.
Interested in learning about the experiences of a Clinical Preceptor? Check out our interview with Talise Grossman here.
This video outlines UBC Dietetics Program’s Restructuring changes. The anonymous survey link in response to what has been discussed in the video is below.
The UBC Dietetics Program has released an Equity Diversity and Inclusion statement. We encourage you to reach out to us if you have anything to share on this topic or want to participate further in this conversation.
Updated information regarding the new violence prevention training as part of the 4th year’s pre-placement requirements have been added here.
Thank you to those who participated in The Master’s Program Interest Survey circulated in December 2019. If you are interested in the results, please click here.