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Webinar on Delegation Standard

Posted: March 2, 2021

Publié le 2 March 2021

Reg Talks Webinar – Standard for Dietitians Practicing Through Delegation of Controlled Acts

Are you a dietitian practicing through the delegation of a controlled act? 


Join us for our next Reg Talks Webinar!

Students are welcome.


The College recently developed the Standard for Dietitians Practising Through Delegation of Controlled Acts which includes the required elements and performance expectations that dietitians must achieve when doing these tasks.

The College’s Practice Advisory Service will be holding a one-hour regulatory talks (“Reg Talks”) webinar about the Delegation Standard. This will be a free online session providing dietitians with an opportunity for shared dialogue with the practice advisors. 

A recording will be posted on our website if you cannot make it or if the sessions are full!


We will examine:

  • Regulatory and professional obligations when practicing through a delegation of controlled acts
  • Practice scenarios informed by your calls and emails to the Practice Advisory Service
  • Question & Answer Period

When?

Two Small Group Sessions
Monday March 15th from 11:30-12:30 p.m.
Monday March 22nd from 1-2 p.m.

Two Large Group Sessions
Wednesday April 14th from 1-2 p.m. 
Wednesday April 28th from 1-2 p.m. 


We will also post a copy of the recording on our website once the webinar is completed.


Registration

Log into your CDO member dashboard to register.

Attendees are limited per session, please register early if interested. The webinar will be provided in English.
  • Register in only one small or large group session. 
  • Confirmation of your registration and log in details will be sent to you by email one day prior to the session.
  • To test your system requirements, see details in “How to Join the Webinar” provided in the registration confirmation email.

Any questions?

Please contact information@collegeofdietitians.org


Information on the Small and Large Group Sessions

Option 1. Small Group Session — One-Hour Facilitated Discussion
  • Attendance is limited to 25 participants for each session
  •  2 sessions offered.
If you select this option, you can be seen and heard. Options include:
  • Webcam and microphone on (i.e. if you would like to be seen on screen); or 
  • Leave your webcam off, and participate via computer audio; or
  • Call in by phone.
Option 2:  Large Group Sessio— One-Hour Facilitated Discussion
  • Attendance is limited to 100 participants for each session
  • 2 sessions offered. 
If you prefer to observe and listen, this option allows you to participate through a chat/question feature. Participant webcams and microphones are off.