Are you a full registrant?
You are required to submit a CCP between March 1st and March 31st 2021.
Three years in:
The BC Health Regulators is submitting a report on the achievements since signing the Declaration to Cultural Safety and Humility.
The Partnership for Dietetic Education and Practice (PDEP) has released revised Integrated Competencies for Dietetic Education and Practice (ICDEP) to guide dietetic education, continuous quality improvement and registration with a regulatory body in Canada.
Did you know that the CDBC isn’t an educational institution?
In BC, Dietitians and Nutritionists are not the same thing.
CDBC is currently operating a virtual office re: COVID-19.
concerns and complaints
need help finding a dietitian?
check out the public
register of dietitians
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
News and Notifications
A: Refer to "Where's the Line?" Professional Boundaries in a Therapeutic Relationship, the College's Patient Relations Program. Page 6 reviews important steps to setting the stage for a therapeutic relationship, including consent to care guidelines. Consent should be...
QA-10 Virtual Dietetic Practice Policy. Scroll down on the page to access the policy.These terms are not defined under the Health Professions Act, nor in the Dietetics Regulation in BC. When determining your requirement to register in other jurisdictions, it is...
A: Providing specific, individualized nutrition advice without assessing the client is in violation of Principle 5 of the CDBC’s Code of Ethics which states, in part, that "A Registered Dietitian demonstrates respect, dignity and privacy at all times when interacting...