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Questions and Concerns about an RD
Questions & Concerns About a Dietitian
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QUESTIONS & CONCERNS ABOUT DIETITIANS
If you have concerns about the services of a dietitian, require information about the complaints process or need help in making a complaint, please contact the
Registrar & Executive Director
of the College of Dietitians Ontario.
There is zero tolerance for abuse of clients. The College of Dietitians of Ontario works with Registered Dietitians to help them maintain respectful and professional relationships with their clients to prevent abuse. The dietitian-client relationship is based on mutual trust and respect. Any act of abuse, including sexual abuse, is a betrayal of that trust.
Acceptable dietetic practice includes:
the client's right to clear, complete information
the right to be involved in all decisions concerning their treatment, and
the right to consent to or refuse treatment.
Making a Complaint
Protection from Retaliation
Reporting Sexual Abuse
The Formal Investigation
Writing a Report
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Last Modified: December 15, 2015