Did you know that the CDBC isn’t an educational institution?
In BC, Dietitians and Nutritionists are not the same thing.
Indigenous Cultural Safety, Cultural Humility, and Anti-racism practice standard
11 BC Colleges, including CDBC, have adopted the Standard that will help set common expectations between health professionals when it comes to culturally safe care delivery and anti-racism practice. The College marked the release of the Standard on September 29 with a First Nations’ Blanketing Ceremony on the following day, September 30, as part of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
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What is the CDBC?
The college of Dietitians of BC is dedicated to public protection.
We regulate and support Registered Dietitians for the enhancement of safe, ethical and competent nutrition services in diverse practice environments. The college is not an education institution and it does not provide dietitian services.
Know if your dietetic practitioner is licensed
Know the difference between Dietitian and Nutritionist
Renew between March 1 and March 31
Submit your annual CCP before March 31
Complete your criminal record check and jurisprudence examination every 5 years
Apply if you have completed a Canadian
approved education program
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