Kia Ora - Welcome to the Dietitians Board in New Zealand

 

Our vision is to promote and enhance the health of New Zealanders by ensuring that dietitians practise safely and competently. 

 

The Dietitians Board is one of 16 Regulatory Authorities established under the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act 2003 (HPCA Act) that enables self-regulation of various health professions - the principle purpose of the act being to protect the health and safety of members of the public.

 

Dieitians wishing to practise dietetics in New Zealand (or be known as a dietitian) must, by law be registered with the Dietitians Board and must hold a current practising certificate.

 

This website explains

 

 

 

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    Health Minister Tony Ryall is encouraging health professionals to take part in the annual Clinicians’ Challenge by submitting their IT solutions to improve health services.

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    Due to too few registrations the Dietitian Prescribing Training Course for clinical dietitians who wish to gain the endorsement of Dietitian Prescriber we had hoped to run in...

  • 16
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    Our new Registrar Sue Domanski started on Monday 19th May 2014. Sue was previously Education Advisor with the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners.