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Maude Perreault

Professeure adjointe

Faculté de médecine - Département de nutrition

Autre courriel : maude.perreault@umontreal.ca (Travail)

Portrait

Expertise de recherche

  • Littératie alimentaire
    • L'apprentissage de la littératie alimentaire chez les enfants et le rôle que les adultes peuvent jouer pour les soutenir
    • Littératie alimentaire dans un contexte où des modifications alimentaires sont requises, telles que dans la gestion de maladies chroniques
    • Littératie alimentaire chez les familles modernes, incluant chez les personnes qui ont immigré au Canada
    • Littératie alimentaire des personnes en situation d'insécurité alimentaire
    • Littératie alimentaire et pratiques alimentaires parentales chez les familles, incluant le rôle des pères
  • Pratique professionnelle en nutrition
    • Identité professionnelle
    • Interdisciplinarité en santé
    • Pédagogie en sciences de la santé
    • Humilité culturelle, anti-racisme et justice sociale en nutrition

Biographie

2022 Postdoctoral fellowship, Department of Family Relations and Applied Human Nutrition, University of Guelph

2019 PhD, Medical Sciences and Department of Pediatrics, McMaster University

2013 MSc, Department of Human Health and Nutritionnal Sciences, University of Guelph

2010 BSc Nutrition, Département de Nutrition, Faculté de Médecine, Université de Montréal

Affiliations et responsabilités

Affiliations de recherche

CIUSSS Nord-de-l'Île-de-Montréal - Centre Jean-Jacques Gauthier

Titres professionnels et autres affiliations

Titres : corporations et organismes professionnels

  • Membre de l'Ordre des Diététistes Nutritionnistes du Québec
  • Membre du College of Dietitians of Ontario
  • Membre des Diététistes du Canada
  • Membre de la Société Canadienne de Nutrition

Enseignement et encadrement

Enseignement

Projets

Projets de recherche

2021 - 2026

La formation universitaire centrée sur l’apprentissage des professionnels de la santé: l’apport d’expériences éducatives au regard des contextes et des enjeux contemporains

Chercheur principal : Jacinthe Pepin , Patrick Lavoie
Sources de financement : FRQSC/Fonds de recherche du Québec - Société et culture (FQRSC)
Programmes de subvention : PVXXXXXX-(SE) Programme Soutien aux équipes de recherche - Stade de développement : Renouvellement

Rayonnement

Publications et communications

Publications

Perreault M, Mottola M, Atkinson S. (2022) Individualized high dairy protein + walking program supports bone health in pregnancy: a randomized controlled trial. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. nqac182. (accepté 27 Juin 2022).

Atkinson S, Maran A, Dempsey K, Perreault M, Vanniyasingam T, Phillips S, Hutton E, Mottola M, Wahoush O, Xie F, Thabane L. (2022) Be Healthy in Pregnancy (BHIP): A randomized controlled trial of nutrition and exercise intervention from early pregnancy to achieve recommended gestational weight gain. Nutrients. 14(4): 810.

Carroll N*, Perreault M, Ma D, Haines J. (2021) Assessing food and nutrition literacy in children and adolescents: A systematic review of existing tools. Public Health Nutrition, 1-16.

   *Étudiant de thèse MSc sous ma co-supervision

Mortaji N, Krzeczkowski JE, Boylan K, Booij L, Perreault M, Van Lieshout RJ. (2021) Maternal pregnancy diet, postnatal home environment and executive function and behavior in 3-to 4-y-olds. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 114(4),1418-1427.

    Article sélectionné Choix de l’éditeur

Perreault M, Moore CJ, Fusch G, Koon T, Atkinson SA. (2019). Factors associated with serum 25- hydroxyvitamin D concentration in two cohorts of pregnant women in Southern Ontario, Canada. Nutrients. 11(1): 123.

Perreault M, Atkinson SA, Meyre D, Fusch G, Mottola MF. (2019). Summer season and recommended vitamin D intake support adequate vitamin D status throughout pregnancy in healthy Canadian women and their newborns. Journal of Nutrition. 150(4)739-746.

Moore CJ, Perreault M, Mottola M, Atkinson SA. (2019). Diet in early pregnancy: focus on folate, vitamin B12, vitamin D and choline. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research.81: 1-8.

Beardsall A*, Perreault M, Farncombe T, Vanniyasingam T, Thabane L, Teo KK, Atkinson SA. (2019). Maternal and child factors associated with bone length traits in children at 3 years of age. Bone. 127: 1-8.

   *Étudiant du baccalauréat complétant un projet de recherche sous ma co-supervision

Perreault M, Atkinson SA, Mottola MF, Phillips SM, Bracken K, Hutton EK, Xie F, Meyre D, Morassut RE, Prapavessis H, Thabane L. (2018). Structured diet and exercise guidance in pregnancy to improve health in women and their offspring: study protocol for the Be Healthy in Pregnancy (BHIP) randomized controlled trial.Trials. 19(1): 691.

Perreault M, Xu VYY, Hamilton S, Wright D, Foster W, Atkinson SA. (2016). Validation of a food frequency questionnaire for bone nutrients in pregnant women. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research. 77(3): 133-139.

Perreault M, Mikail S*, Atkinson SA. (2016). New Health Canada nutrition recommendations for infants Birth to 24 Months address the importance of early nutrition. Nutrition Today. 51(4): 186-190.

  * Étudiant en médecine complétant un projet de recherche sous ma co-supervision

Badoud F, Lam KP, Perreault M, Zulyniak MA, Britz-McKibbin P, Mutch DM. (2015). Metabolomics reveals metabolically healthy and unhealthy obese individuals differ in their response to a caloric challenge. PLoS One. 10(8): e0134613

Badoud F, Perreault M, Zulyniak MA, Mutch DM. (2015). Molecular insights into the role of white adipose tissue in metabolically unhealthy normal weight and metabolically healthy obese individuals. The FASEB Journal. 29(3): 748-758.

Perreault M, Zulyniak MA, Badoud F, Stephenson S, Badawi A, Buccholz A, Mutch DM. (2014). A distinct fatty acids profile underlies the reduced inflammatory state of metabolically healthy obese individuals. PloS One. 9(2): e88539.

Badoud F, Lam KP, Dibattista A, Perreault M, Zulyniak MA, Cattrysse B, Stephenson S, Britz-Mckibbin, Mutch DM. (2014). Serum and adipose tissue amino acid homeostasis in the metabolically healthy obese. Journal of Proteome Research. 13(7): 3455-3466.

Perreault M, Roke K, Badawi A, Nielsen DE, Abdelmagid SA, El-Sohemy A, Ma DW, Mutch DM. (2014). Plasma levels of 14:0, 16:0, 16:1n-7, and 20:3n-6 are positively associated, but 18:0 and 18:2n6 are inversely associated with markers of inflammation in young healthy adults. Lipids. 49(3): 255-263.

Zulyniak MA, Perreault M, Gerling C, Spriet LL, Mutch DM. (2013). Fish oil supplementation alters circulating eicosanoid concentrations in young healthy men. Metabolism. 62(8): 1107-1113.

Kleiber N, Chessex P, Rouleau T, Nuyt AM, Perreault M, Lavoie JC. (2010). Neonatal exposure to oxidants induces later in life a metabolic response associated to a phenotype of energy deficiency in an animal model of total parenteral nutrition. Pediatric research. 68(3): 188-92.

Communications

(2022) (Invited oral presentation) Picky eating: should we also talk about the caregivers? Perreault M. Canadian Nutrition Society webinar, en ligne.

(2022) (Invited oral presentation) La littératie alimentaire: c'est l'affaire de tous. Perreault M. Table québécoise sur la saine alimentation, en ligne.

(2022) (Invited oral presentation – multiple presenters) How to use newly developed research tools to measure food choices and eating behaviours based on the 2019 Canada's Food Guide. Lamarche B, Brassard D, Hutchinson J, Williams T, Haines J, Martin A, Perreault M in collaboration with Health Canada. Canadian Nutrition Society webinar, Online.

(2022) (Invited oral presentation – 1st co-author) Feeding Kids: Shouldn’t We Talk About the Caregivers? Perreault M, Matravadia S. Weight-inclusive dietitians in Canada webinar, Online.

(2021). (Session Chair) Supporting children’s healthy eating: the role of positive food parenting. Canadian Nutrition Society annual conference, Online.

(2021). (Invited oral presentation – 1st co-author) Helping Families to say Goodbye to “Picky Eating”. Perreault M, Walton K. Dietitians of Canada Annual Conference, Online.

   **Reconnue comme la meilleure présentation du congrès selon les participants.

(2021). (Oral presentation – 1st co-author) Assessing food and nutrition literacy in children and adolescents: A systematic review of existing tools. Perreault M, Carroll N. Guelph Family Health Study team meeting, Online.

(2020). (Poster presentation - 2nd author) Cardiometabolic status but not macronutrient intakes differ by pre-pregnancy BMI in women in early pregnancy in Southern Ontario. Atkinson SA, Perreault M, Dempsey K, Maraan A, Mottola M and the BHIP study team. Canadian National Perinatal Research Meeting, Banff, Alberta.

(2020). (Invited oral presentation – 1st author) What to eat and avoid during pregnancy - myth busting! Perreault M. Women's Health Series organized by Blueberry Therapy, Hamilton, Ontario.

(2020). (Invited oral presentation - 1st author) Prenatal nutrient supplementation. Perreault M, Moore C, Atkinson SA and the BHIP study team. Table Ronde des Nutritionnistes en nutrition materno-fetale du Québec, Annual meeting, Online.

(2020). (Invited oral presentation - 1st author) Vitamin D in pregnancy: New insights for Canadian women. Perreault, M and Atkinson SA. 2020 PhD Dissertation Award Lecture, Canadian Nutrition Society, Online.

(2020). (Poster presentation – 1st author) Individualized high dairy protein + walking program supports bone health in pregnancy: a randomized controlled trial. Perreault M, Atkinson SA, Motttola MF and the BHIP study team. Canadian Nutrition Society Annual Meeting (*annulé due to Covid-19), Edmonton, Alberta.

(2019). (Poster presentation - 1st author) Vitamin D adequacy prevails in pregnant women in Southern Ontario: Results from the Be Healthy in Pregnancy RCT. Perreault M, Atkinson SA, Moore CJ, Fusch G, Mottola MF, and the BHIP study team. International 22nd Workshop on vitamin D, New York City, United States.

(2019). (Poster presentation - 1st author) Is vitamin D deficiency common in pregnancy? Results from the Be Healthy in Pregnancy study in Southern Ontario. Perreault M, Moore C, Fusch G, Mottola M, Atkinson S and the BHIP study team. Canadian Child Health Clinician Scientist Program Symposium. Toronto, Ontario.

(2019). (Poster presentation - 1st author) Changes in calciotropic hormones and bone markers during pregnancy in response to a Nutrition+Exercise intervention in the Be Healthy in Pregnancy RCT. Perreault M, Atkinson SA, Moore CJ, Fusch G, Mottola MF, and the BHIP study team. American Society of Nutrition. Baltimore, United States.

(2019). (Invited oral presentation - 1st author) Prenatal nutrient supplementation: too little or too much? Perreault M, Moore C, Atkinson SA and the BHIP study team. Hamilton and Niagara Family Health Team Registered Dietitians conference, St-Catharines, Ontario.

(2019). (Poster presentation - 1st author) Maternal factors in pregnancy associated with cord blood 25(OH)D concentrations: The Be Healthy in Pregnancy RCT. Perreault M, Moore C, Fusch G, Mottola M, Atkinson S, and the BHIP study team. Canadian Nutrition Society 2019, Niagara Falls, Ontario.

(2019). (Poster presentation - 2nd author) Maternal diet quality and eating patterns in early pregnancy. Moore C, Perreault M, Atkinson S, and the BHIP study team. Canadian Nutrition Society 2019, Niagara Falls, Ontario.

(2019). (Poster presentation - 1st author) Is vitamin D deficiency common in pregnancy? Results from the Be Healthy in Pregnancy study in Southern Ontario. Perreault M, Moore C, Fusch G, Mottola M, Atkinson S, and the BHIP study team. Canadian National Perinatal Research Meeting 2019, Mont-Tremblant, Québec.

(2019). (Poster presentation - 1st author) Is vitamin D deficiency common in pregnancy? Results from the Be Healthy in Pregnancy Study in Southern Ontario. Perreault M, Moore C, Fusch G, Mottola M, Atkinson S, and the BHIP study team. Annual McMaster Pediatric Research Day 2019, Hamilton, Ontario.

(2018). (Oral presentation - 1st author) Is vitamin D deficiency common in pregnancy? Evidence from studies on vitamin D status in mothers and infants from Hamilton area. Perreault, M and Atkinson S. Pediatric Nutrition Network of Hamilton, Hamilton, Ontario.

(2018). (Poster presentation - 1st author) Does dietary intake have a major influence on vitamin D status in early pregnancy? Results from a Canadian trial. Perreault M, Moore C, Mottola M, Atkinson SA, and the BHIP study team. American Nutrition Society, Nutrition 2018, Boston, United States.

(2018). (Poster presentation - 1st author) Does dietary intake have a major influence on vitamin D status in early pregnancy? Results from a Canadian trial. Perreault M, Moore C, Mottola M, Atkinson SA, and the BHIP study team. Canadian Child Health Clinician Scientist Program Annual Symposium, Toronto, Ontario.

(2018). (Poster presentation - 1st author) Vitamin D status in pregnant healthy women and its association with bone health by biomarkers. Perreault M, Moore C, Mottola M, Atkinson SA, and the BHIP study team. Faculty of Health Sciences Research Plenary, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario.

(2018). (Oral presentation - 1st author) Vitamin D status in pregnant healthy women and its association with bone health by biomarkers. Perreault M, Moore C, Mottola M, Atkinson SA, and the BHIP study team. Canadian Nutrition Society Annual Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Disciplines

  • Nutrition
  • Pédiatrie
  • Communication
  • Éducation

Champ d’expertise

  • Nutrition
  • Comportement alimentaire
  • Déterminants sociaux de la santé
  • Rapports homme-femme
  • Rapports parent-enfant
  • Contextes familiaux
  • Contrat social et justice sociale
  • Pratiques professionnelles
  • Modes pédagogiques
  • Systèmes d'enseignement et d'apprentissage
  • Formation interculturelle
  • Culture et santé

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