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Standards of Practice for Dietitians in Manitoba

Code of Ethics

Practice Directions

  • Do not supersede CDM publications and legislation including the Registered Dietitians Act and Regulations, By-laws, Code of Ethics.
  • Are not intended to be comprehensive or exhaustive rather to provide guidance to select issues affect daily practice.
  • Dietitians employed in a facility are responsible for adhering to facility policies and procedures as well as the College practice guidelines.

Advertising
Boundaries of Therapeutic Relationships
Cannabis
Client Access to Health Records
Diabetes Self-Management Education by RDs
Documentation and Records Retention
Duty to Report
* Duty to Report-Scenarios
Dysphagia Assessment and Management by RDs
* Appendix: Competencies for Dysphagia Assessment and Management in Dietetic Practice
Inter-professional Collaborative Care
Liability Insurance
Ordering Blood Tests
Protection of Personal Health Information In Electronic Format
Sales and Conflict of Interest
Social Media
Virtual Practice
*Telepractice Guidance Document (developed in collaboration with Manitoba health regulatory colleges)

Practice Support

Guidelines for Self-Employed Dietitians
Mentorship Agreement for Graduate Dietitians in Private Practice

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