This products is free for those who attended FNCE® 2019.
Nutrition and dietetics practitioners have a fiduciary responsibility to act in the best interest of the customers they serve, whether it be a client, patient, resident, participant, student, consumer, individual/person, group, population, or organization. Developing this competency requires the identification and maintenance of appropriate professional boundaries. Self-awareness and education are essential tools for determining the differences between the professional-patient/client relationship and non-professional relationships, as is an active understanding of the 2018 Code of Ethics for the Nutrition and Dietetics Profession.
This session will enable participants to obtain the required Continuing Professional Education in Ethics and demonstrate, via case studies, specific behaviors that may jeopardize the integrity of both the practitioner-patient/client and the instructor-student relationship, while providing strategies for preserving professional relationship boundaries.
CPE Level: 2 - Intermediate
Learning Need Codes: 1050, 1070, 6020
- 2.3.5 Facilitates an understanding and appreciation of the differences among team members and how they each contribute to the team.
- 3.1.3 Takes initiative to facilitate change.
- 9.6.2 Obtains permission and informed consent for the provision of counseling as appropriate.
- Apply ethical decision-making skills to the subject of professional relationships.
- Explain the principle(s) and standard(s) of the 2018 Code of Ethics that apply to professional relationships.
- Integrate ethically sound strategies into nutrition and dietetics practice when collaborating and communicating with other professionals, peers, and the public.
- Susan Laramee, MS, RDN, FADA, FAND
- Catherine Christie, PhD, RDN, LD/N, FAND
- Lisa Dierks, MFCS, RDN, LD