Continuing Competence Program (CCP) Questions
CCP submission is just around the corner (during renewal, March 1 – March 31) and questions are flowing in! The Quality Assurance Committee members are volunteer Registered Dietitians who can offer you coaching and assistance on the CCP process. Please submit your questions to email@example.com
Member Question #1
I would like to enter my 2020-2021 learning goals online, but can’t find where I should enter them. How do I enter them?
Answer: You can only add your next year’s learning goals (2020-2021) during the registration renewal process during renewal time (March 1 – March 31).
Member Question #2
Do I need to use the CCP Member Workbook?
Answer: The CCP Member Workbook is strongly encouraged to be used by members to complete the Step 1 – Self-Assessment in order to determine their learning goals and to draft their CCP submission. During renewal, you will enter the Competency and Performance Indicator that your learning goals relate to and you can “copy” and “paste” your learning activities and self-reflection from the CCP Member Workbook to the online form. The NBAD online database is a reliable tool; however, technology can sometime have its moments. It is best to have a saved draft than to enter the information directly on the online database.
Other Common Questions
Consult the CCP Frequently Asked Questions document to access to 16 other common member questions and answers.
Message from NB Dietitians in Action
In the summer of 2019, the Dietitians of Canada (DC) New Brunswick Dietitians in Action (NBDiA) group circulated a survey to all NB dietitians to assist them in identifying what is important to dietitians in NB and to help shape the activities of NBDiA moving forward. Consult the NBDiA Key Findings and the 2020 Priorities determined from the survey results.
A researcher from the University of New Brunswick is conducting a cross-Canada online research study about the nature of interprofessional collaboration among Canadian Dietitians as well as their impressions of the 2019 Canada’s Food Guide. To participate in this 10-15 minute survey, click here for more information. Deadline is February 14, 2020.
Food for All NB Steering Committee
Food for All NB is on the search for up to 3 new members on their Steering Committee. They are seeking broad diversity to be represented from around the whole province, in both official languages, and from diverse backgrounds. Click here for more information. The deadline to apply is February 15, 2020.
Resignation and Retired Members Info
Are you planning on retiring from practice? Consult the Resignation and Retired Members Class Info document to find answers to common questions.