The Jurisprudence Guide and Examination for Dietitians is one way the CDBC ensures protection of British Columbians.
The Jurisprudence Guide serves as the College’s reference tool for dietitians practising in BC and provides the public with insight into the nature and content of the CDBC’s regulatory processes. The Guide is divided into four chapters that review BC dietetic practice – legally, ethically, and professionally.
The online Jurisprudence Examination for Dietitians (JED) has fifty multiple choice questions that have been developed to test the knowledge in the Guide. The online examination is administered by Claymore’s SkilSure® solution.
All CDBC registrants are required to pass the Jurisprudence Examination for Dietitians (JED). Timelines for completion are:
- Temporary registrants, including RDs from another country, must pass the JED before being granted Full registration;
- RDs moving to BC from another province, and former CDBC registrants who are reinstating as Full registrants, must pass the JED before being granted Full registration; and
- current Full registrants must pass the JED every 5 years.