Nutrition Communication (MHSc)
The Major Research Paper/Project (MRP) provides an opportunity for you to:
Develop subject matter expertise.
Demonstrate your ability to synthesize evidence and formulate original ideas.
Use a rigorous process to create a project that may shape policy, practice, and teaching.
Pursue your interests – whether that’s a specific topic, communication medium, or project.
Create the central piece in your professional communication portfolio.
Completion of a comprehensive and balanced structured literature review, use of a critical and evidence-based approach in the analysis of findings, and development of rationale-based recommendations/outcomes are essential elements of a high quality MRP.
Exploring university athletic departments’ sports nutrition education programs, partnerships and policies: An environmental scan
The role of dietary protein at breakfast on satiety, food intake and glycemic response in children 9-14 years old
Person centred approach to diabetes management
“It’s just common sense”: A theoretical model of women’s nutrition information behaviour activities
Updating dietary intervention recommendations from the Canadian clinical guidelines on the management and treatment of obesity
A comparative analysis of packaged products with sodium reduction claims
Antioxidant messages on food products in Canadian grocery stores: A content analysis
What online communication strategies are communities of practice using to facilitate knowledge exchange or translation?
Food system renewal in Toronto: A qualitative inquiry and critical analysis of the public consultation and engagement process
Best practices of written and oral knowledge translation for low health literary populations
Broken telephone II: Website quality assessment tool development and testing
The evolution of FoodShare: An exploratory investigation of Canada's largest community food security organization