Infographics provide an excellent visual platform to communicate nutrition and health concepts in an efficient, easy to interpret, creative, and colourful way.  They offer an excellent opportunity to share evidence-based information with healthcare professionals working with patients, as well as to communicate directly to the public (e.g. as posters in public spaces and on social media).

In recognition of this, the Canadian Nutrition Society (CNS) holds an annual "Nutrigraphic" Infographic Award Competition in an effort to challenge trainee participants to create factual, evidenced-based, nutrition and health-related infographics that are visual and contain key messages that are simple and easy to understand.  

Of the submissions received for 2024, 8 infographics were selected as finalists. The TOP THREE infographics (as judged by a panel of experts) will be chosen and announced at the CNS Awards Banquet, being held on May 4, 2024 during the CNS Annual Conference in Edmonton, Alberta. 

2024 Finalists 

Jessy Azarcoya Barrera, PhD, University of Alberta
"Mom & Baby Need Choline"
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Ravneet Kaur, MSc, University of Alberta
"Sexual dimorphism in chronic disease: re-adjusting the clinical lens to improve patient care and outcome"
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Lesly Joyce Nkuindja, BSc, Université Laval
"Promoting Healthy Lifestyles with Motivational Interviewing among University Students"
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Jessica O'Flaherty,BScFN, P.H.Ec., Mount Saint Vincent University
"Milk at Work: Improving breastfeeding rates through workplace lactation support programs"
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Tahmina Rahman,BSc, University of Manitoba
"How to Reduce Risk Perception Gap in Nutrition & Health"
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Leah Robinson,BSc, University of British Columbia
"The Gluten Debate: For Children. Is a Gluten Free Diet Nutritionally Adequate?"
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Tristan Rocheleau,RD, Université Laval
"Get to Know Type 2 Diabetes in a Different Way"
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Elnaz Vaghef Mehrabani,PhD, University of Calgary
"Healthy Diet in Pregnancy. Healthy Mom, Healthy Child"
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CNS 2024 Annual Conference

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