Act & Regulations
The purpose of self-regulation is public protection. Professional regulatory bodies (Colleges) are accountable for establishing:
- Registration requirements
- Standards of practice
- Code of ethics and conduct
- Continuing competence programs
Through the development and enforcement of these standards and policies, the public is assured that a regulated member is competent to practise in their field.
The College of Dietitians of Manitoba (the College) has a complaint and mediation process in place to provide the public with a means of recourse if a member of the public feels that a Dietitian has failed to meet professional standards.
Registered Dietitians, Graduate Dietitians and Dietetic Interns have the privilege and responsibility of being self-regulated in the Province of Manitoba under The Registered Dietitians Act and Regulations.
The College functions are determined by: