Chapter 75 – An Act Respecting the New Brunswick Association of Dietitians (Dietitians Act)

NBAD Regulations (revised May 28 2011)

NBAD By-Laws (May 22, 2020)


NBAD Standards of Practice – The 2008 Standards of Practice and Essential Competencies for Dietetic Practice were revised when the Integrated Competencies for Dietetic Education and Practice (April 2013) were approved by NBAD to replace the Dietitians of Canada competencies. The adapted Standards of Practice are now integrated in the Continuing Competence Program as a Self-Assessment Tool (Step 1). There are five Standards:

  • Standard 1: Professional Practice
  • Standard 2: Communication and Collaboration
  • Standard 3: Nutrition Care
  • Standard 4: Population and Public Health
  • Standard 5: Management

NBAD Code of Ethics

Workbook – Why does NBAD Exist?

Integrated Competencies for Dietetic Education and Practice (ICDEP 2013)

Competencies for Dysphagia Assessment and Management in Dietetic Practice (updated September 2020)
Dysphagia Questions and Answers (September 2020)

Cross Border Dietetic Practice Position Statement (revised September 3, 2020)

Virtual and Electronic Communications During the Pandemic (March 26, 2020)

Additional Resources for Members

2020 Registration Renewal Guide
Resignation and Retired Members Class Info

Social Media Related Info:
Ad Standards – Influencer Marketing Disclosure Guidelines
The Canadian Code of Advertisement Standards
Pause Before You Post – presentation by NBAD Registrar, May 24, 2019 (Dietitians of Canada Education Session, Edmundston)

Privacy and Access Info:
Right to Information and Protection of Privacy Act
Personal Health Information and Access Act
Toolkit for Custodians

Official Languages:
New Brunswick Official Languages Act
Fact Sheets on Language Rights – Professional Associations