Jocelyne Galizia BHSc, CNP, ROHP
Jocelyne’s interest in health promotion stems from an experience with childhood cancer when she was eight years old. She then went on to earn a Degree in Health Sciences with a focus on Health Promotion from Western University, and a Diploma in Complementary Medicine from Centennial College, before finding her way to The Institute of Holistic Nutrition where she graduated with honors. She then wrapped up her studies with a year of culinary school at the Vancouver Community College.
Jocelyne ran a private nutrition practice in Vancouver, created healthy meals for families as a personal chef, and also worked in several capacities at InspireHealth, a non-profit organization that provides health and wellness support for people who have been diagnosed with cancer. She recently became a mom and moved to Ottawa where she is excited to get involved in new projects and learn what the city has to offer.
Jocelyne teaches Advanced Nutrition Research at The Institute of Holistic Nutrition’s Ottawa Campus.
NR 006 Advanced Nutrition Research
Emphasis in this course will be given to statistical research techniques used by academics and practitioners in the field of nutrition. The course involves examining ethical considerations, appropriateness, reliability and validity of research designs. Students will be encouraged to critically analyze research literature in this field.