About Dietitians

In order to use the titles Registered Dietitian, Graduate Dietitian, Dietetic Intern or any variation, individuals must be registered with the College of Dietitians of Manitoba (the College).  In other provinces, protected titles may be different.

How A Dietitian Can Help You

  • Translate medical and nutrition information into practical healthy eating plans for you and your family
  • Provide individualized nutrition advice to help you make healthy choices
  • Help with nutrition concerns such as food sensitivities and allergies
  • Create nutrition care plans for specific medical conditions

A Dietitian’s Credentials

To practise as a Dietitian in Manitoba, individuals must:

  • Complete a Bachelor’s degree, majoring in human nutritional sciences
  • Complete practical training (minimum 1250 hours) in clinical nutrition, community and public health nutrition, and food service management. Practical training must be supervised by Registered Dietitians
  • Be a registered member of the College
  • Meet the standards for ethics and professional conduct set by the College
  • Participate annually in the College’s Continuing Competence Program
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Internationally Educated Dietitians
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