Self Care Survival Guide for Emerging Dietitians

Self Care Survival Guide for Emerging Dietitians
This webinar is brought to you by the Dietitians Australia Emerging Dietitians Interest Group (2020).

Webinar Description:

This webinar explores the issues faced by emerging dietitians entering the workforce, and provides strategies to manage the transition from university to the workforce. Learn self care and empathetic practice skills.

Janeane Dart
Janeane Dart is a Senior Lecturer and Advanced APD and has over 25 years’ experience working as a Dietitian within Australia and the UK. Janeane followed her passion for education into the higher education sector, and has been in academic roles for 15 years in Australia and the UK. Janeane teaches across the undergraduate and postgraduate programs in Dietetics and Nutrition Science at Monash University in Melbourne. Her teaching areas of special interest are personal development and professionalism, client centred practice, food and culture, and gastroenterology. She has led an integrated approach to teaching and assessing professionalism at Monash. Janeane is currently a PhD candidate, researching teaching, learning and assessing professionalism in dietetic education in Australia and New Zealand.

Jackson Hill
Jackson is a registered psychologist with a special interest in complex trauma and helps individuals identify the root cause of their difficulties so they can enact positive change. Jackson has extensive experience working with a broad range of clients presenting with anxiety disorders, depression, eating disorders, self-harm and sport performance. Jackson is a guest lecturer at Griffith University, writer for the Gold Coast Bulletin and has a research background in understanding the role of self-criticism and perfectionism of high achieving athletes and students.
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