A collection of dietetic competencies and accreditation standards.
Access to Dietitians Australia's (DA, formally DAA) accreditation of dietetics education programs and to updated accreditation standards and processes for dietetic education programs.
A synthesis of the recommendations and evidence regarding dietetic education and training.
Competencies required for safe, ethical, and effective practice in dysphagia related-care developed by the Alliance of Canadian Dietetic Regulatory Bodies in June 2017.
Accreditation standards from the Partnership for Dietetic Education and Practice that are used to assess academic and practicum/internship education programs in Canada.
Version 3.0 entry-to-practice standard for registered dietitians in Canada developed by the Partnership for Dietetic Education and Practice (PDEP).
Clinical guidelines from the Trans Tasman Dietetic Wound Care group, Dietitians Australia (DA, formally DAA) for the dietetic management of adult with pressure injuries.
Background information regarding research methods in dietetic practice.
This article describes the position of the American Dietetic Association (ADA) on food and nutrition misinformation.