Dietitians Discovered Episode 5: Sue Mah, MPH, RD

This weeks episode might be the most exciting one yet! I got the chance to sit down with acclaimed media Dietitian and nutrition communications consultant, Sue Mah, MPH, RD, PHEc, FDC. Sue is recognized as a key influencer, nutrition writer, expert in nutrition trends, and engaging speaker. She has been featured as the in-house Dietitian for CTV Your Morning, CBC Morning Live, CBC News Network, Breakfast Television Toronto, Steven and ChrisDoctor in the House and The Mom Show. It’s no surprise that Sue is a natural podcaster with powerful advice for future and current RDs that are interested in a career in communications. Check it out!

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Application Reflections Part 4 with Madison Brown, BSc, BASc, MSc, MHSc(c) Dietitians Discovered

Do you want to be a dietitian? Are you a current nutrition student thinking about applying to a practicum or Master’s program next year? This series is for YOU! The final year of undergraduate will push you to your limits, but you don’t have to go into it unprepared. Part 4 features Madison Brown, BSc, BASc, MSc, MHSc(c). Madison is currently beginning the final leg of her dietetic journey with the MHSc program at Ryerson University. Madison had to make a very tough and last-minute decision with her program choices that went against everything she thought she wanted! Listen along to hear what happened and why she ended up choosing the Master’s route. You can follow Madison on Instagram @madisonjuliaa. 
  1. Application Reflections Part 4 with Madison Brown, BSc, BASc, MSc, MHSc(c)
  2. Application Reflections Part 3 with Rebecca Harris, BA, BASc, MHSc(c)
  3. Application Reflections Part 2 with Bhavin Mistry, BASc, MAN(c)
  4. Application Reflections Part 1 with Ani Merzaian, BASc, MHSc(c)
  5. Abby Langer, RD, Trauma & ICU Dietitian turned Media RD & Author of “Good Food, Bad Diet”

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