Theresa GlanvilleDr. N. Theresa Glanville, PhD, PDt

Professor

Evaristus 310

theresa.glanville@msvu.ca

Phone: 902-457-6248

Fax: 902-457-6134

 

Teaching Areas:

Medical Nutrition Therapy (NUTR 4408, 4409)

Research Methods  (NUTR 3313)

Nutrition and Population Health Assessment (GAHN 6609)

 

 

Research and Professional Interests:

My experiences as a nutritionist/dietitian have been quite varied and this is reflected in my teaching and research. I teach courses related to clinical nutrition, nutritional epidemiology, and methods of nutrition research. My research program deals with issues related to health of women and children, dietary assessment, and nutrition policy. Some of the research projects currently on-going include understanding food management strategies in food insecure families, consumer use and understanding of food labels, relationship between diet quality and body weight through analysis of the Canadian Community Health Survey Cycle 2.2.

 

Being an active member of the professional community is an important responsibility. I am a member of Dietitians of Canada – I was presented with the Volunteer Recognition Award in 2003 and 2004. My contribution has included membership on the Board of Directors (2000-2002), editor of the research program for national conference (2006), membership on the University Accreditation Committee (current), author and reviewer for the Practice-based Evidence in Nutrition (PEN) project (current). I am registered through the Nova Scotia Dietetics Association.

 

I am involved in several national level committees that represent government and industry interests related to nutrition policy. I have served on the expert panel that guided Health Canada on implementation of the Dietary Reference Intakes.  A major outcome of this committee was development of the revised food guide ‘Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide’.  I was a member of the expert panel convened by the Canadian Population Health Initiative to develop a policy document promoting health body weights. Currently, I am a member of the scientific advisory panels for Dairy Farmers of Canada, and the Canadian Sugar Institute.

 

Selected Publications (last 5 years):

Marjerrison S, Cummings E,Glanville NT, Kirk S. Ledwell M. 2011. Prevalence and associations of food insecurity in pediatric diabetes. Journal of Pediatrics 158:607-611.

 

McIntyre L, Glanville NT, Hilchie-Pye A. 2011. Split milk: an intersectoral partnership that failed to advance milk security for low income, lone mothers in Atlantic Canada. Global Heath Promotion  18:20-22.

 

Sim M, Glanville NT, McIntyre L, Blum I. 2011. Food management strategies of low-income mother-led families in Atlantic Canada. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research (in press)

 

Hemming J, Lordly D, Glanville NT, Corby L, Thrisk J. 2011. Using the Delphi technique in evaluation and tool development: design of a PEN evaluation interview guide. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research (Perspectives in Practice) (in press)

 

Goodman S, Hammond D, Pillo-Blocka F, Glanville T, Jenkins R. 2011. Use of nutritional information in Canada: National trends between 2004 and 2008. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behaviour (in press).

 

Williams PL, McIntyre L, Glanville NT. 2010. Milk insecurity: accounts of a food insecurity phenomenon in Canada and its relation to public policy. Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition 5:142-157.

 

Rudd B and Glanville NT. 2010. Achieving healthy body weight in the teenage years: evidence-based practice guidelines. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research (e-pub November 2010)

 

Ellis S and Glanville NT. 2010. Use and interpretation of trans fat information on food labels by consumers at point-of-purchase. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research 71:6-10.

 

Glanville NT, McIntyre L. 2009. Beverage consumption by lone-mother-led families over a one-month income cycle. Can J Diet Practice Research 70:95 – 98.

 

McIntyre L, Williams P, Glanville NT. 2007. Milk as Metaphor: Low-income lone mothers’ characterization of their challenges acquiring milk for their families. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 46:263-279.

 

MacEwan M, Glanville NT, Taylor J, Blum I. 2007. School food practices of prospective teachers. Journal of School Health 10: 694-700.

 

Glanville NT, McIntyre L. 2006. Diet quality of low-income lone mothers and their children living in Atlantic Canada. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research 67:28-35.

 

Referred Conference Presentations (last 5 years)

Glanville NT, Horne E. 2010. Knowledge, attitudes and behaviours of Canadian consumers toward dietary sugars. Canadian Association of Public Health, Toronto.

 

McIntyre L, Glanville NT. 2010. Smoking status and body weight in food insecure Canadians: a perfect dilemma. Canadian Public Health Association, Toronto.

 

Horne E, Glanville NT. 2010. Knowledge, attitudes and behaviours of Canadian consumers toward dietary sugars. Dietitians of Canada, Montreal.

 

Thompson C, Blum I, Glanville NT, Wile H. 2010. Comparison of 12 hour vs 24 hour intravenous lipid emulsion hangtime on metabolic clearance and infectious morbidity in hospitalized adult patients receiving 2-in-1 parenteral nutrition. Canadian Nutrition Society, Edmonton.  Winner of the Clinical Nutrition Research Abstract Award.

 

Thompson C, Blum I, Glanville NT, Wile H. 2010. Comparison of 12 hour vs 24 hour intravenous lipid emulsion hangtime on metabolic clearance and infectious morbidity in hospitalized adult patients receiving 2-in-1 parenteral nutrition. ASPEN. Las Vagas.

 

Glanville NT.  2009. Predictors of diet quality amongst food insecure Canadians. Dietitians of Canada, Charlottetown.

 

Glanville NT.  2009. Measuring diet quality in adults: what we learned from the Canadian Community Health Survey Cycle 2.2. Canadian Society for Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Ottawa.

 

Glanville NT. 2008. Impact of diet quality on body mass index: interrelationships among food choice behaviours, physical activity and food security status. Symposium on findings from the Canadian Community Health Survey Cycle 2.2. CSCN-CSNS Annual Scientific Meeting, Toronto.

 

Rudd B, Glanville NT. 2008. Achieving healthy body weight in the teenage years: evidence-based practice guidelines for community nutrition interventions. Canadian Public Health Association, Halifax.

 

McIntyre L, Glanville NT, Hilchey-Pye A. 2008. Spilt milk: an intersectoral partnership that failed to advance milk security for low-income lone mother led families in Nova Scotia, Canada. Canadian Public Health Association, Halifax.

 

Ellis S, Glanville NT. 2007. Consumers use and interpretation of trans fat information on food labels. Dietitians of Canada, Vancouver.

 

Sim M, Glanville NT, McIntyre L, Blum I. 2006. Food management strategies and diet quality of low income, mother-led families in Atlantic Canada. Dietitians of Canada, Halifax.