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Ellen Vogel
RD, FDC, PhD

Associate Professor

Faculty of Health Sciences

Contact information

Science Building - Room 3013
North Oshawa
2000 Simcoe Street North
Oshawa, ON L1H 7K4

905.721.8668


Research topics

  • nutritional genomics
  • functional foods
  • chronic disease prevention
  • food security
  • food and nutrition policy
  • nutrition labelling
  • telecommuting
  • teaching and learning technologies

Background

Dr. Ellen Vogel completed an undergraduate degree in Foods and Nutrition from the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg in 1975; a Master of Health Education degree from the University of Manitoba in 1985; and a PhD in Nutrition and Metabolism from the University of Alberta 2001. In 2003, she was awarded a postdoctoral fellowship from the Office of the Chief Scientist at Health Canada. She is a fellow with Dietitians of Canada; a past chair of the Dietitians of Canada's Board of Directors; and the recipient of numerous awards for leadership and innovation in dietetic practice. She is a founding faculty member at UOIT, having arrived in 2002. In 2010, she was awarded a university-wide peer recognition award for teaching excellence.

Education

  • Undergraduate degree in Foods and Nutrition University of Manitoba, Winnipeg 1975
  • Master of Health Education University of Manitoba, Manitoba 1985
  • PhD in Nutrition and Metabolism University of Alberta, Alberta 2001

Courses taught

Courses taught (past and present) at the undergraduate level:

  • Nutrition for Nursing Practice
  • Promoting Health and Wellness in the Community
  • Promoting Health and Wellness in the Community (online)
  • Research Practicum I (co-ordinator)
  • Research Practicum II (co-ordinator)

Research and expertise

Dr. Vogel is well known for her work in population health and has led or co-led national studies tackling topics such as the effectiveness of community-based programs and building capacity for food security through policy change. She currently leads the evaluation of a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)-funded ($1 million over five years) Community - University Research Alliance (CURA) based in Nova Scotia, entitled Activating Change Together for Community Food Security

The recipient of multiple grants from the Canadian Foundation for Dietetic Research (CFDR), Dr. Vogel has shared her work on building dietitians’ capacities in nutritional genomics at close to 30 national and/or international conferences.

Internationally, she collaborated with the Caribbean Food And Nutrition Institute on a series of community-based initiatives addressing issues such as HIV/AIDS. From 2004 to 2007, she was a co-primary investigator in a study examining the formulation and approval of nutrition policy in Canada, Costa Rica and Brazil. The work was co-sponsored by the Public Health Agency of Canada and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO). In 2010, a Canadian case study on nutrition labelling was published in the Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research. 

Research areas of speciality:

  • building capacities of registered dietitians
  • community-based research
  • evaluation of community-based health and/or social programs
  • food and nutrition policy
  • food security policy
  • hybrid and online course delivery
  • interprofessional education and care
  • nutritional genomics
  • participatory approaches
  • population health
  • public health nutrition
  • teaching and learning technologies
  • Canadian Foundation for Dietetic Research (CFDR)
  • Community-University Research Alliances (CURA)
  • Healthforce Ontario
  • Pan American Health Organization
  • Public Health Agency of Canada
  • The Centrum Foundation
  • Master of Health Sciences (MHSc) supervisor for Salma Bham (2009 to 2011) – The Shift from “Muffins” to Mangoes: Child, Family, and Organizational Impacts of an After-School Snack Program.
  • MHSc supervisor for Andrea Miller (2009 to 2011) – An In-depth Analysis of the Workforce Characteristics of Registered Dietitians in Ontario.
  • MHSc supervisor for Christina Vaillancourt (2009 to 2011) – “Walking the Talk” in the Integration of Chronic Disease  Prevention and Management. Dietitians’ Perspectives Regarding Diabetes Management in Adult Peritoneal Dialysis Programs in Ontario. 
  • ONCAT funding: Research related to post-secondary mobility: Expanded Collaborative Evaluation of Student Performance, Experience, and Outcomes in RPN to RN Bridging Education. Coffey et al (Co-investigator).
    • 2013 to 2014, $262,183
  • Three-Partner Collaborative Evaluation of Student Transition, Performance, Experience, and Outcomes in PN-BScN Bridging Education. Coffey et al (Co-investigator).
    • 2011 to 2012, $161,625
  • Nova Scotia Health Research Foundation: Support Grants Competition – Post-doctoral Trainee Grant. Williams et al (Co-investigator).
    • 2011 to 2012, $48,000
  • Nova Scotia Health Research Foundation: Development/Innovation Grant Competition. Williams et al (Co-Investigator). Building Capacity for Ongoing Change: Evaluation of the Nova Scotia Participatory Food Costing Project (2002 to 2012).
    • 2011 to 2012, $15,000
  • Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR). Gamble, B, Bourgeault, I, Deber, R, McBride, N and Vogel, E. Quality and Safety: Canada’s Medical Laboratory Sector.
    • 2010 to 2011, $15,000
  • Dietitians of Canada.  Muirhead, W, Everett, S and Vogel, E. Redesign of Web-based Continuing Education Courses for Registered Dietitians.
    • 2010 to 2011, $30,000
  • Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC): Community-University Research Alliance [CURA] full proposal (Recipient: Mount Saint Vincent University) (Co-investigator). Community Food Security (CFS): Participatory Approaches to Exploring the Policy Interface between Food Access and Supply. Activating Policy Change for CFS.
    • 2010 to 2011 co-Chair of Working Group 5 on evaluation: $8,219
    • 2010 to 2015, $1,000,000
  • SSHRC: Community-University Research Alliance [CURA] Letter of Intent (Recipient: Mount Saint Vincent University) (Co-investigator). Thought About Food? Planting the Seeds of Policy and Social Change through Research, Training and Knowledge Mobilization.
    • 2009, $20,000
  • University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT), Teaching Innovation Fund. Green-Johnson, J, Vogel, E, Ryan-Harshman, M, Jones-Taggart, H and Banit, E. Extension of ‘You Are What You Eat’ Learning Object: Phytochemicals, Fibre and Functional Foods: What do they offer and for whom?.
    • 2009 to 2010, $7,100
  • UOIT, Teaching Innovation Fund.  Vogel, E, Ryan-Harshman, M, Green-Johnson, J, Jones-Taggart, H and Banit, E. Extension of ‘You Are What You Eat’ Learning Object: The Social, Ethical, and Regulatory Issues of Nutritional Genomics.
    • 2008 to 2009, $6,500
  • Health Force Ontario’s Interprofessional Care/Education Fund. Byrne, C, Tashiro, J, Vogel, E, Goodman, P, Taylor, M, Robinson, J and Solomon, S. Interdisciplinary Grant.
    • 2007 to 2008, $374,200
  • UOIT, Teaching Innovation Fund. Green-Johnson, J, Vogel, E, Ryan-Harshman, M and Jones-Taggart, H. Virtual Shopping for Functional Foods: An Animated Approach to Nutrition Education.
    • 2007 to 2008, $5,000
  • Canadian Foundation for Dietetic Research (CFDR) (Recipient: St Francis Xavier University). Johnson, C, Maki, J, King, B, Lawn, J, Levi, E, MacAulay, R, Roberts, S,Vogel, E, Wadsworth, L and Williams, P. Checking In: Exploring Knowledge, Practice Needs and Capacity Amongst Canadian Dietitians Related to Food Security.
    • 2007 to 2009, $15,000
  • WHO Collaborating Centre on Chronic Disease Policy, Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention Branch, Public Health Agency of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario in partnership with the Pan American Health Organization, Washington, DC. Stachenko, S and Vogel, E. International Study to Assess Existing Capacity for Prevention and Control of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCD) and to Assess Implementation of Integrated NCD Preventative Policies in Selected Developing and Developing Countries.
    • 2004 to 2005, $57,704
    • 2006 to 2006, $25,000
    • 2006 to 2007, $25,000
    • 2007 to 2008, $25,000
  • SYNAPSE—CIHR/STIHR Youth Mentorship Initiative.  Green-Johnson, J, Vogel, E, Sanchez, O, Jones-Taggart, H and Forrester, S. Nutrition, Genes and Health: A Way to Better Health?
    • 2007 to 2008, $15,000
  • CFDR (Recipient: Mount Saint Vincent University).  Williams, P, Vogel, E, Roberts, S, Hamelin, AM, Vanderplaat, M, Church, J and Matheson, L. Building Capacity For Food Security Through Policy Change: Evaluation Of Medium-Term Outcomes.
    • 2006 to 2008, $15,000
  • Advanced Foods and Materials Network (Recipient: University of Ottawa).  Castle, D, Caulfield, T, Bubela, T, Finlay, K, El-Sohemy, A, Ries, N and Vogel, E. Social Issues In Nutritional Genomics: The Design Of Appropriate Regulatory Systems And Issues Of Public Representations And Understanding.
    • 2006 to 2009, $1,131,150
  • CFDR and the Centrum Foundation. Vogel, E, Ryan-Harshman, M, Austen, Z, Castle, D, Green-Johnson, J, Jones-Taggart, H and Anderson, K. The Interface Between Nutrition and Genes: Nutritional Genomics and Dietetic Professional Practice.
    • 2005 to 2007, $30,000
  • Public Health Agency of Canada. Vogel, E and Goodman, B. Typology of Community-based Programs: Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program (CPNP) and the Community Action Program for Children (CAPC).
    • 2005, $9,360
  • Health Canada, Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program, National Projects Fund (Recipient: Dalhousie University). Williams, P and Vogel, E. Capacity Building for Food Security Through Mentoring.
    • 2004 to 2006, $344,768
  • Muirhead, B, Vogel, E and Hinton, C. Using Information and Communication Technologies for Teaching & Learning: An Overview of the Capacities of Nursing Faculty at Durham College/UOIT.
    • 2003 to 2005
  • Muirhead, B, Vogel, E, Sanchez, O, Goldsworthy, S, Lawrence, N, Robinson, J, Carson, B, Goodman, B and Byrne, C. Technology and Learning: The Impact of Computer Integrated Education on the Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes of Nursing Students at the UOIT.
    • 2004 to 2007
  • Office of The Chief Scientist, Health Canada. Postdoctoral Fellowship.
    • 2003 to 2004, $60,000
  • Dietitians of Canada (contract research). The Promotion and Support of Healthy Eating in Alberta: Brief to the Expert Advisory Panel Reviewing Publicly Funded Health Services in Alberta.
    • 2002, $5,000
  • Health Canada, Centre for Chronic Disease Prevention and Control (contract research). Gaps and Needs Assessment: Current Capacities of Health Care Professionals to Provide Diabetes Education to Policymakers, Communities and People Living with Diabetes.
    • 2002, $25,000
  • Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute, Trinidad, WI (contract research). Nutrition and HIV/AIDS: Community Perspectives.
    • 2002, $5,000

Involvement

  • Recent Publications
    • Coffey, S., Muirhead, B., Vogel, E., Graham, L., De La Rocha, A., Bignell, B. (2014). Second year collaborative nursing students' iPad trial. INTED 2014: 8th International Technology, Education and Development Conference. Valencia, Spain (March 10 to 12, 2014).
    • Vogel, E, Miller, A, and Vaillancourt, C (in process - to be printed in 2012). Editor: Nutrition Assessment and Nursing Practice (Chapter 11). In Medical-Surgical Nursing. Second Canadian Edition. Lewis et al. Toronto, Ontario: Elsevier.
    • Vogel, E, Vaillancourt, C, and Miller, A (in process - to be printed in 2012). Chapter editor: Nutritional Assessment. In Physical Examination and Health Assessment. First Canadian Edition. Jarvis, Canadian edition. Toronto, Ontario: Elsevier.
    • Tashiro, J, Byrne, C, Kitchen, L, Vogel, E, and Bianco, C (2011). The Development of Competencies in Interprofessional Health Care for use in Health Science Educational Programs. Journal of Research in Interprofessional Practice and Education, 2(1), 63-82.
  • Publications since 2006
    • Vogel, E, Percival, J and Muirhead, W (2010). Can Telecommuting Work in a Traditional University Environment? Exploring Perspectives of Deans and Senior Academic AdministratorsInternational Technology, Education and Development Conference, Valencia, Spain, March 7 to 9, 2011. [Note: Paper was published in conference proceedings].
    • Percival, J, Vogel, E and Muirhead, B (2010). Telecommuting in Higher Education: Faculty Perceptions of Strategic Implications for Traditional Postsecondary Institutions. Special issue of the International Journal of Management in Education (IJMIE, ISSN Online: 1750-3868 and ISSN Print: 1750-385X) on Strategic Management in Higher Education.   
    • Vogel, E, Burt, S and Church, J (2010). Case study on Nutrition Labelling Policy-making in Canada. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research, 71(2), 85-92.
    • Vogel, E and Vaillancourt, C (2009). Chapter editor: Nutritional Problems. In Medical-Surgical Nursing. Second Canadian Edition. Lewis et al. Toronto, Ontario: Elsevier.
    • Vogel, E, DeBusk, R and Ryan-Harshman, M (2009). Advancing Knowledge Translation in Nutritional Genomics by Addressing Knowledge, Skills and Confidence Gaps of Registered Dietitians. In D. Castle and N. Ries (Ed.), Nutrition and genomics: Issues of Ethics, Law, Regulation and Communication. Toronto, Ontario: Elsevier.
    • Vogel, E and Vaillancourt, C (2008). Chapter editor: Nutritional Assessment. In Physical Examination and Health Assessment. First Canadian Edition. Jarvis, Canadian edition. Toronto, Ontario: Elsevier.
    • Ryan-Harshman, M, Vogel, E, Jones-Taggart, H, Green-Johnson, J, Castle, D and Austin, Z (2008). Nutritional Genomics and Dietetic Professional Practice: A Review. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research, 69(4), 177-182.
    • Vogel, E and Burt, S (June 1, 2007).  Stakeholder Convergence on Nutrition Policy: A Cross-Case Comparison of Case Studies in Canada, Costa Rica and Brazil. Annual Conference of the Canadian Political Science Association, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
    • Vogel, E and Muirhead, WB (2006). Teaching and Learning in a Laptop Nursing Program: Institutional and Pedagogical Issues. In M. Bullen and D. Janes (Ed.), Making the Transition to e-Learning: Strategies and Issues. Vancouver, British Columbia: Idea Group Publishers.
    • Vogel, E and Ryan-Harshman, E (2009). Nutritional Genomics – A New Frontier in Nutrition. Current Issues. Dietitians of Canada. Dietitians.ca, pages 1 to 4.
  • Recent Presentations
    • Coffey, S., Muirhead, B., Vogel, E., Graham, L., De La Rocha, A., Bignell, B. (2014). Second year collaborative nursing students' iPad trial. INTED 2014: 8th International Technology, Education and Development Conference. Valencia, Spain (March 10 to 12, 2014).
    • Coffey, S., Lindsay, G., Vanderlee R., Anyinam, C., Woodend, K., Cochrane, M., Cummings, K., Graham, L., Macdonald, K., Mairs, S., Sproul, S., Zitzelsberger, H.,Vogel, E., Diniz, D., & Garrity, M.K. (2013). Multi-Site Examination of Student Performance, Behaviour, and Experience in Nursing Bridging Programs.  Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference, Mount Royal University, Nov 7 to 9, 2013. Banff, Alberta.
    • Coffey, S., Vogel, E., Lindsay, G., Chorney, D., De La Rocha, A., Graham, L., Cochrane, M., Longo, F., Mairs, S., Macdonald, K. Individualized Assessment and Remediation Approaches for At-Risk Nursing Students (poster). Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference, Mount Royal University, Nov 7 to 9, 2013. Banff, Alberta.
    • Coffey, S., Bignell, P., Muirhead, B., Vogel, E., Graham, L., Chorney, D., de la Rocha, A., Prasad, M., Stein, N., Desjardins, F. (2013). Second Year Collaborative Nursing Student iPad Trial (poster). Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference, Mount Royal University, Nov 7 to 9, 2013. Banff, Alberta.  
    • Coffey, S., Lindsay, G., Sproul, S., Laird, A., Byrne, C., Erwin, E., Cochrane, M., Cummings, K., Mairs, S., Munro-Gilbert, P., Vogel, E.,  Bouchard, S., Lulat, Z., Salamat, N. (2012). Bridging education shapes the future of nursing.Bridging evidence and practice: Shaping the future of nursing. 4th Biennial Nursing Conference, Faculty of Nursing, University of Windsor, September 29, 2012 (paper).
    • Coffey, S., Lindsay, G., Sproul, S., Laird, A., Byrne, C., Erwin, E., Cochrane, M., Cummings, K., Mairs, S., Munro-Gilbert, P., Vogel, E.,  Bouchard, S., Lulat, Z., Salamat, N. Evaluation of Student Experience and Performance in RPN-to-BScN. RPNAO 54th Annual General Meeting and Conference: Putting Knowledge and Compassion into Action. Toronto, September  28, 2012. (poster).
    • Coffey, S., Lindsay, G., Sproul, S., Laird, A., Byrne, C., Erwin, E., Cochrane, M., Cummings, K., Mairs, S., Munro-Gilbert, P., Vogel, E.,  Bouchard, S., Lulat, Z., Salamat, N. Evaluation of Student Experience and Performance in RPN-to-BScN Education. Submitted to RPNAO Educators Conference, Toronto, Ontario (June 2012) [poster presentation].
    • Vogel, E. (December 9, 2011). Food Insecurity in Canada: What Can We Do? A Deeper Look at the Underlying Issues and Health Impacts. Prevention, Intervention and Management: What’s New? 2011 Heart and Stroke Foundation’s Clinical Update, Toronto, Ontario.
    • Vogel, E (September, 24 2011). Sharing Lessons Learned from Participatory Research Focused on Building Food Security and Improving Health in Vulnerable Groups Through Policy Change. Panel: How Do We Translate Chiropractic Research into Better Health? Advancing the Canadian Chiropractic Research Agenda National Symposium, Toronto, Ontario.
    • Vogel, E.  (June, 18 2011). Reducing Food Insecurity Across Canada: Dietitians in Action and Linking Advocacy to Practice. Dietitians of Canada National Conference, Edmonton, Alberta.
  • Presentations since 2006
    • Bham, S, Vogel, E, Stanyon, W and Matheson, L (June 17, 2011).Exploring Immediate Outcomes of an After-school Snack Program. Canadian Foundation for Dietetic Research Oral Research Presentations. Dietitians of Canada National Conference, Edmonton, Alberta.
    • Miller, A, Vogel, E and Haresign, H (June 17, 2011). Exploring Motivational Interviewing at EatRight Ontario. Canadian Foundation for Dietetic Research Oral Research Presentations. Dietitians of Canada National Conference, Edmonton, Alberta.
    • Vogel, E, Ryan-Harshman, M, Miller, A, and Bham, S (June 3, 2011) Plant Sterols in the Marketplace: A Consumer Perspective. Canadian Nutrition Society, Annual Meeting 2011, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario.
    • Vogel, E, Percival, J, and Muirhead, W (May 23 to 26, 2011) Telecommuting in a Technology-rich Teaching and Learning Environment: Exploring Students’ Perspectives of a Pilot Project Involving Core Faculty. 13th Annual International Conference on Education, Athens Institute For Education And Research, Athens, Greece.
    • Williams, P and Vogel, E (May 5, 2011).  Food Security Policy at the Federal Level: Why Are We Stuck and How Can We Move Forward Together? Keynote address, Canadian Foundation for Dietetic Research 20th Anniversary Breakfast and Research Showcase. Toronto, Ontario.
    • Vogel, E, Percival, J, and Muirhead, W (March 7 to 9, 2011) Can Telecommuting Work in a Traditional University Environment? Exploring Perspectives of Deans and Senior Academic Administrators. International Technology, Education and Development Conference, Valencia, Spain.
    • Whyte, B, Vogel, E, and Morel, N (November 21 to 22, 2009). “What Canada Eats”: An Interactive Learning Object to Increase Post-secondary Students’ Understandings of Food Security, Both Locally and Globally. 2ndAnnual What Really Works Conference co-sponsored by HETRU and McGraw-Hill Ryerson under the McGraw-Hill Ryerson Teaching & Learning Conference Series, UOIT, Oshawa, Ontario.
    • Percival, J, Vogel, E, and Muirhead, W (November 21 to 22, 2009). Exploring Faculty Perceptions of Telecommuting: “It’s More than the Technology! 2nd Annual What Really Works Conference co-sponsored by HETRU and McGraw-Hill Ryerson under the McGraw-Hill Ryerson Teaching & Learning Conference Series, UOIT, Oshawa, Ontario.
    • Vogel, E and Williams, P (November 25, 2008). Doing Food Security off the Side of the Desk.” Capacity Building for Food Security Through Mentoring in the Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program and the Community Action Program for Children. Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada’s Third National Conference on Integrating Chronic Disease Prevention: Taking Action Together, Ottawa, Ontario.
    • Williams, P, Vogel, E, Roberts, S and Partners Participatory Food Security Projects (November 25, 2008). Thought About Food? Understanding and Taking Action on Food Security through Policy Change. Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada’s Third National Conference on Integrating Chronic Disease Prevention: Taking Action Together, Ottawa, Ontario.
    • Vogel, E, Ryan-Harshman, M, Jones-Taggart, H, Green-Johnson, J, Castle, D, Austin, Z and Anderson, K (November 13, 2008). Navigating the New World of Nutritional Genomics: What are the Opportunities and Challenges for Dietetics Professionals? Keynote address, Dietitians of Canada’s Central and Southern Ontario Regional Conference, Toronto, Ontario.
    • Vogel, E  (September 10, 2008). Food Sciences, Food Processing, Food Safety, Functional Foods, Food Labelling (chair of session). International Congress of Dietetics,  (ICD 2008), Yokohama, Japan.
    • Vogel, E, Ryan-Harshman, M, Jones-Taggart, H, Green-Johnson, J, Castle, D, Austin, Z and Anderson, K (September 10, 2008).  Nutritional Genomics and Dietetics Practice: Building Capacity for the Future. International Congress of Dietetics (ICD 2008), Yokohama, Japan.
    • Vogel, E and Gamble, G (January 23 to 25, 2011) Interprofessional Learning for Community Health-care Leaders: Identification of Key Challenges and Solutions. IPE Ontario Conference 2011, Toronto, Ontario.
    • Vogel, E (March 9, 2010).  Keynote address. Navigating the New World of Nutritional Genomics: Policy and Practice Considerations. Community-based Network Annual Face-to-Face Meeting, Public Health Agency of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario.
    • Percival, J, Vogel, E, and Muirhead, W (December 12, 2009). Exploring the Human Side of Telecommuting: Faculty Perceptions. Health Education Technology Research Unit (HETRU) Rounds, University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT), Oshawa, Ontario.
    • Vogel, E, Green Johnson, J, Jones-Taggart, H, Ryan-Harshman, M and Banit, E (November 21 to 22, 2009). Navigating the New World of Nutritional Genomics: Lessons Learned in the Design, Implementation and Formative Evaluation of an Interactive and Animated Educational Website. 2nd Annual What Really Works Conference co-sponsored by HETRU and McGraw-Hill Ryerson under the McGraw-Hill Ryerson Teaching & Learning Conference Series, UOIT, Oshawa, Ontario.
    • Vogel, E (September 17, 2009).  Keynote address: Nutritional Genomics and Dietetics Practice: New Directions and Building Capacity for the Future. 15th Annual Research Day for Dietetic Interns. The Dietetic Educators Leadership Forum of Ontario (DELFO) in partnership with St. Michael’s Hospital and Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario.
    • Ryan-Harshman, M and Vogel, E (June 6, 2009). Diet-Gene Interactions. Communicating the Science of Nutritional Genomics via Innovative Education and Training. Dietitians of Canada Annual Conference and Networking Event, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.
    • Williams, P, Florence, M, Reimer, D and Vogel, E., on behalf of Partners of the Nova Scotia Participatory Food Security Projects (June 6, 2009).“Thought About Food?” Tools for Influencing Policy on Food Security. Dietitians of Canada Annual Conference and Networking Event, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.
    • Johnson, C, Maki, J, Wadsworth, L, Vogel, E, Williams, P and Roberts, S (June 6, 2009). Where are Dietitians on the Issue of Food Security? Findings from a National Survey. Dietitians of Canada Annual Conference and Networking Event, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.
    • Whyte, B, Vogel, E, Muirhead, W, Morel, N and Vaillancourt, C (May 10 to 13, 2009). What Canada Eats: An Interactive Learning Object to Increase Post-secondary Students’ Understandings of Food Security at Local, National and Global Levels. Canadian Network for Innovation in Education (CNIE) 2nd Annual International Conference, Ottawa, Ontario.
    • Vogel, E (January 26 to 27, 2009). Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) Genetic Tests: Issues for Consumers and Health Professionals (panel presentation). DTC Genetic Tests and Issues for Dietitians. Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Tests: Confronting Issues for Canada. Institute of Genetics, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Health Law Institute, University of Alberta & Genome Canada, Toronto, Ontario.
    • Vogel, E and Burt, S (November 25, 2008). Stakeholder Convergence on Nutrition Labelling: Building Consensus on a Complex Issue. Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada’s Third National Conference on Integrating Chronic Disease Prevention: Taking Action Together, Ottawa, Ontario.
    • Vogel, E, Ryan-Harshman, M, Jones-Taggart, H, Green-Johnson, J, Castle, D, Austin, Z and Anderson, K  (June 12, 2008). Are We Ready? Nutritional Genomics and Dietetics Practice. Keynote address. Dietitians of Canada’s Annual Conference, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
    • Vogel, E and Anderson, K (June 14, 2008). Getting Nutrition on the Policy Agenda (moderator of session). Dietitians of Canada Annual Conference and Networking Event. Winnipeg, Manitoba.
    • Vaillancourt, C, Vogel, E, and Read, K (June 14, 2008). “What the World Eats:” Increasing Post-secondary Students’ Understanding of Food Security, The Global Environment and The Role of Policy Advocacy. Dietitians of Canada’s Annual Conference, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
    • Vogel, E, Ryan-Harshman, M, Jones-Taggart, H, Green-Johnson, J, Castle, D, Austin, Z and Anderson, K (May 31, 2008). Nutritional Genomics and Dietetics Practice: Charting a Roadmap for the Future. Keynote address, Canadian Society for Clinical Nutrition 7th Annual Scientific Meeting, Toronto, Ontario.
    • Vogel, E, Ryan-Harshman, M, Jones-Taggart, H, Green-Johnson, J, Castle, D, Austin, Z and Anderson, K (November 29, 2007). Nutritional Genomics and Dietetic Professional Practice: More Questions Than Answers. Keynote address, Annual General Meeting, Canadian Foundation for Dietetic Research, Toronto, Ontario.
    • Vogel, E and Burt, S (November 4 to 8, 2007). A Cross-case Analysis of Nutrition Policy Case Studies Conducted in Canada, Costa Rica and Brazil: Sharing Lessons Learned. CARMEN Biennial Meeting: Sharing, learning, imagining, planning and partnering to implement the Chronic Disease Regional Strategy within the CARMEN Network, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies.
    • Ryan-Harshman, M, Vogel, E, Jones-Taggart, H, Green-Johnson, J, Castle, D, Austin, Z, and Anderson, K (October 12 to 14, 2007). Nutritional Genomics and Dietetic Professional Practice: More Questions Than Answers. The Second Bruce Ames International Symposium on Nutritional Genomics, University of California, Davis, California.
    • Vogel, E and Burt, S (July 13 to 14, 2007). Stakeholder Convergence on Nutrition labelling: Building Consensus on a Complex Issue. II Simposio international de COLUFRAS, Salvador, Brazil.
    • Vogel, E and Burt, S (July 13 to 14, 2007).  A Cross-case Analysis of Nutrition Policy Case Studies Conducted in Canada, Costa Rica and Brazil: Sharing Lessons Learned. II Simposio international de COLUFRAS, Salvador, Brazil.
    • Percival, J, Vogel, E and Muirhead, W  (June 16, 2007). Studies of Student Use of Information and Communication Technologies and E-learning Tools. Twenty-fifth Annual International Nursing Computer and Technology Conference sponsored by Rutgers, The State University Of New Jersey, San Francisco, California.
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