M-9, r. 12.0001 - Regulation respecting certain professional activities that may be engaged in by dietitians

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8. To engage in the activities referred to in this Regulation, dietitians must, as the case may be, meet the following conditions:
(1)  for the purpose of prescribing the nutritional formulas, vitamins and minerals referred to in section 2, hold an attestation issued by the Ordre professionnel des diététistes du Québec according to which they have successfully completed 15 hours of theoretical training on
(a)  indications for the prevention and treatment of conditions that require nutritional formulas, vitamins and minerals;
(b)  drug and nutritional interactions and contra-indications;
(c)  dietary reference intakes (DRIs) and tolerable upper intake levels (UL) of vitamins and minerals; and
(d)  the standards for writing a prescription;
(2)  for the purposes of the permanent removal of the feeding tube referred to in section 7, hold an attestation issued by the Ordre professionnel des diététistes du Québec according to which they have successfully completed 15 hours of training on
(a)  theoretical training on
i.  the types of tubes, sterile material and removal methods;
ii.  the immediate contra-indications for removing a tube;
iii.  the interventions and follow-up required after the removal of the tube, including referral to another professional where required;
iv.  the potential complications associated with the removal of a tube and the associated signs and symptoms;
(b)  practical training on
i.  tube removal methods;
ii.  hygiene and application of a clean method;
iii.  monitoring and identification of signs and symptoms of potential complications;
(3)  where dietitians do not practise in the clinical nutrition sector or have not acquired competence in that sector of activity, they must take refresher training whose content and number of hours are determined by the Ordre professionnel des diététistes du Québec.
1167-2018O.C. 1167-2018, s. 8.
In force: 2018-09-13
8. To engage in the activities referred to in this Regulation, dietitians must, as the case may be, meet the following conditions:
(1)  for the purpose of prescribing the nutritional formulas, vitamins and minerals referred to in section 2, hold an attestation issued by the Ordre professionnel des diététistes du Québec according to which they have successfully completed 15 hours of theoretical training on
(a)  indications for the prevention and treatment of conditions that require nutritional formulas, vitamins and minerals;
(b)  drug and nutritional interactions and contra-indications;
(c)  dietary reference intakes (DRIs) and tolerable upper intake levels (UL) of vitamins and minerals; and
(d)  the standards for writing a prescription;
(2)  for the purposes of the permanent removal of the feeding tube referred to in section 7, hold an attestation issued by the Ordre professionnel des diététistes du Québec according to which they have successfully completed 15 hours of training on
(a)  theoretical training on
i.  the types of tubes, sterile material and removal methods;
ii.  the immediate contra-indications for removing a tube;
iii.  the interventions and follow-up required after the removal of the tube, including referral to another professional where required;
iv.  the potential complications associated with the removal of a tube and the associated signs and symptoms;
(b)  practical training on
i.  tube removal methods;
ii.  hygiene and application of a clean method;
iii.  monitoring and identification of signs and symptoms of potential complications;
(3)  where dietitians do not practise in the clinical nutrition sector or have not acquired competence in that sector of activity, they must take refresher training whose content and number of hours are determined by the Ordre professionnel des diététistes du Québec.
1167-2018O.C. 1167-2018, s. 8.