Regulation Matters

2020 Issue 1 - May

Many of you have reached out in response to the letter I sent at the beginning of May, posted here. I’ve read each one of your emails (and 1 postcard!) and appreciate that you’ve taken the time to share your thoughts. Letting me know that my words meant something to you, has meant very much to me. Thank you and stay well, Melisse

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After nine years as Manager, Quality Assurance Program, Barbara has resigned from the College and is moving on to other exciting opportunities.

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In this new plan, we have revised our mission statement and adopted four new goals Over the next four years, we will build on our accomplishments to advance our mandate of public protection.

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At our Fall 2019 Workshops: Ethics & Professionalism – Knowing and Doing, we discussed a private practice scenario about billing involving a client’s request to change the date of service provision “backdating”.What do you think? Is backdating on an invoice OK?

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In this article, we reflect on what we learned about ethics in action through this pandemic and how we worked together with colleagues and  College members to find a path through this pandemic. You will also find statistics and answers to questions that arose from the ethics workshops which took place last fall.

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These Council highlights relate to meetings which took place on December 13,  2019 and March 27, 2020

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Congratulations to College Councillors Lesia Kicak, RD, who was acclaimed in District 2, and Kerri LaBrecque RD, elected in District 3.

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Barbara Grohmann is a newly appointed member of the Inquiries, Complaints and Reports Committee. Dietitians can have an impact on how their profession is regulated by serving on College committees, which are composed of RDs elected to Council, public appointees and appointed RDs. Appointed committee members draw on their professional knowledge and judgment to help develop regulations, programs and policies for the delivery of safe, ethical and quality dietetic service.

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Using the title dietitian in Ontario is prohibited under the Dietetics Act, 1991, unless a person is a member of the College of Dietitians of Ontario. In this article, you will see the names of new members and of members who retired, resigned, or who were suspended between December 5, 2019 to May 28, 2020

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