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Nutrition Profesional Ethics

Kode Etik Ahli Gizi di Indonesia, Amerika, Swedia, dan Australia

oleh
Sylvia Winnie Melinda (135070301111040)

PROGRAM STUDI GIZI KESEHATAN


FAKULTAS KEDOKTERAN
UNIVERSITAS BRAWIJAYA
MALANG

2015
No Nama Negara
Kode Etik
1. Indonesia
BAB I KEWAJIBAN UMUM
1. Ahli Gizi berperan meningkatkan keadaan gizi dan kesehatan
serta berperan dalam meningkatkan kecerdasan dan
kesejahteraan rakyat.
2. Ahli gizi berkewajiban menjunjung tinggi nama baik profesi
gizi, dengan menunjukkan sikap, perilaku, dan budi luhur, serta
tidak mementingkan kepentingan diri sendiri.
3. Ahli gizi berkewajiban senantiasa menjalankan profesinya
menurut standar profesi yang telah ditetapkan.
4. Ahli gizi berkewajiban senantiasa menjalankan profesinya
dengan bersikap jujur, tulus dan adil.
5. Ahli gizi berkewajiban menjalankan profesinya berdasarkan
prinsip
keilmuan,
informasi
terkini,
dan
dalam
menginterpretasikan informasi hendaknya objektif tanpa
membedakan individu dan dapat menunjukan sumber rujukan
yang benar.
6. Ahli gizi berkewajiban senantiasa mengenal dan memahami
keterbatasannya sehingga dapat bekerjasama dengan pihak lain
atau membuat rujukan bila diperlukan.
7. Ahli gizi dalam melakukan profesinya mengutamakan
kepentingan masyarakat dan berkewajiban senantiasa berusaha
menjadi pendidik dan pengabdi masyarakat yang sebenarnya.
8. Ahli gizi dalam bekerjasama dengan para profesional lain di
bidang kesehatan maupun lainnya berkewajiban senantiasa
memelihara pengertian yang sebaik-baiknya.
BAB II KEWAJIBAN TERHADAP KLIEN
1. Ahli gizi berkewajiban sepanjang waktu senantiasa berusaha
memelihara dan meningkatkan status gizi klien baik dalam
lingkup institusi pelayanan gizi atau di masyarakat umum.
2. Ahli gizi berkewajiban senantiasa menjaga kerahasiaan klien
atau masyarakat yang dilayaninya, baik pada saat klien masih
atau sudah tidak dalam pelayanannya, bahkan juga setelah klien
meninggal dunia kecuali bila diperlukan untuk keperluan
kesaksian hukum.
3. Ahli gizi dalam menjalankan profesinya senantiasa
menghormati dan menghargai kebutuhan unik setiap klien yang
dilayani dan peka terhadap perbedaan budaya,dan tidak
melakukan diskriminasi dalam hal suku, agama, ras, status
sosial, jenis kelamin, usia dan tidak menunjukkan pelecehan
seksual.
4. Ahli gizi berkewajiban sentiasa memberikan pelayanan gizi

prima, cepat, dan akurat.


5. Ahli gizi berkewajiban memberikan informasi kepada klien
dengan tepat dan jelas, sehingga memungkinkan klien mengerti
dan mau memutuskan sendiri berdasarkan informasi tersebut.
6. Ahli gizi dalam melakukan tugasnya, apabila mengalami
keraguan dalam memberikan pelayanan berkewajiban
senantiasa berkonsultasi dan merujuk kepada ahli gizi lain yang
mempunyai keahlian.
BAB III KEWAJIBAN TERHADAP MASYARAKAT
1. Ahli gizi berkewajiban melindungi masyarakat umum
khususnya tentang penyalahgunaan pelayanan, informasi yang
salah dan praktek yang tidak etis berkaitan dengan gizi, pangan
termasuk makanan dan terapi gizi/diet. Ahli gizi hendaknya
senantiasa memberikan pelayanannya sesuai dengan informasi
faktual,
akurat,
dan
dapat
dipertanggungjawabkan
kebenarannya.
2. Ahli gizi senatiasa melakukan kegiatan pengawasan pangan dan
gizi sehingga dapat mencegah masalah gizi di masyarakat.
3. Ahli gizi berkewajiban senantiasa peka terhadap status gizi
masyarakat untuk mencegah terjadinya masalah gizi dan
meningkatkan status gizi masyarakat.
4. Ahli gizi memberikan contoh hidup sehat dengan pola makan
dan aktifitas fisik yang seimbang sesuai dengan nilai paktek gizi
individu yang baik.
5. Dalam bekerja sama dengan profesional lain di masyarakat, Ahli
Gizi berkewajiban hendaknya senantiasa berusaha memberikan
dorongan, dukungan, inisiatif, dan bantuan lain dengan
sungguh-sungguh demi tercapainya status gizi dan kesehatan
optimal di masyarakat.
6. Ahli gizi mempromosikan atau mengesahkan produk makanan
tertentu berkewajiban senantiasa tidak dengan cara yang salah
atau, menyebabkan salah interpretasi atau menyesatkan
masyarakat
BAB IV KEWAJIBAN TERHADAP TEMAN SEPROFESI DAN
MITRA KERJA
1. Ahli gizi dalam bekerja melakukan promosi gizi, memelihara
dan meningkatkan status gizi masyarakat secara optimal,
berkewajiban untuk senantiasa bekerjasama dan menghargai
berbagai disiplin ilmu sebagai mitra kerja dalam masyarakat.
2. Ahli gizi berkewajiban senantiasa memelihara hubungan
persahabatan yang harmonis dengan semua organisasi atau
disiplin ilmu/profesional yang terkait dalam upaya
meningkatkan status gizi, kesehatan, kecerdasan, dan

kesejahteraan rakyat.
3. Ahli gizi berkewajiban selalu menyebarluaskan ilmu
pengetahuan dan keterampilan terbaru kepada sesama profesi
dan mitra kerja.
BAB V KEWAJIBAN TERHADAP PROFESI DAN DIRI
SENDIRI
1. Ahli gizi berkewajiban mentaati, melindungi dan menjunjung
tinggi ketentuan yang dicanangkan oleh profesi.
2. Ahli gizi berkewajiban senantiasa memajukan dan memperkaya
pengetahuan dan keahlian yang diperlukan dalam menjalankan
profesinya sesuai perkembangan ilmu dan teknologi terkini serta
peka terhadap perubahan lingkungan.
3. Ahli gizi harus menunjukkan sikap percaya diri, berpengetahuan
luas, dan berani mengemukakan pendapat serta senantiasa
menunjukkan kerendahan hati dan mau menerima pendapat
orang lain yang benar.
4. Ahli gizi dalam menjalankan profesinya berkewajiban untuk
tidak boleh dipengaruhi oleh kepentingan pribadi termasuk
menerima uang selain imbalan yang layak sesuai dengan
jasanya, meskipun dengan pengetahuan klien/ masyarakat
(tempat di mana ahli gizi diperkerjakan).
5. Ahli gizi berkewajiban tidak melakukan perbuatan yang
melawan hukum, dan memaksa orang lain untuk melawan
hukum.
6. Ahli gizi berkewajiban memelihara kesehatan dan keadaan
gizinya agar dapat bekerja dengan baik.
7. Ahli gizi berkewajiban melayani masyarakat umum tanpa
memandang keuntungan perseorangan atau kebesaran
seseorang.
8. Ahli gizi berkewajiban selalu menjaga nama baik profesi dan
mengharumkan organisasi profesi.
2.

Amerika

Fundamental Principles
1. The dietetics practitioner conducts himself/herself with honesty,
integrity, and fairness.
2. The dietetics practitioner supports and promotes high standards
of professional practice. The dietetics practitioner accepts the
obligation to protect clients, the public, and the profession by
upholding the Code of Ethics for the Profession of
Dietetics and by reporting perceived violations of the Code
through the processes established by ADA and its credentialing
agency, CDR.
Responsibilities to the Public

1. The dietetics practitioner considers the health, safety, and


welfare of the public at all times. The dietetics practitioner will
report inappropriate behavior or treatment of a client by another
dietetics practitioner or other professionals.
2. The dietetics practitioner complies with all laws and regulations
applicable
or
related
to
the profession or to the practitioners ethical obligations as
described in this Code.
a. The dietetics practitioner must not be convicted of a crime
under the laws of the United States, whether a felony or a
misdemeanor, an essential element of which is dishonesty.
b. The dietetics practitioner must not be disciplined by a state
for conduct that would violate one or more of these
principles.
c. The dietetics practitioner must not commit an act of
misfeasance or malfeasance that is directly related to the
practice of the profession as determined by a court of
competent jurisdiction, a licensing board, or an agency of a
governmental body.
3. The dietetics practitioner provides professional services with
objectivity and with respect for the unique needs and values of
individuals.
a. The dietetics practitioner does not, in professional practice,
discriminate against others on the basis of race, ethnicity,
creed, religion, disability, gender, age, gender identity,
sexual
orientation,
national
origin,
economic status, or any other legally protected category.
b. The dietetics practitioner provides services in a manner that
is sensitive to cultural differences.
c. The dietetics practitioner does not engage in sexual
harassment in connection with professional practice.
4. The dietetics practitioner does not engage in false or misleading
practices or communications.
a. The dietetics practitioner does not engage in false or
deceptive
advertising
of
his
or
her
services.
b. The dietetics practitioner promotes or endorses specific
goods
or
products
only
in
a
manner
that is not false and misleading.
c. The dietetics practitioner provides accurate and truthful
information in communicating with the public.
5. The dietetics practitioner withdraws from professional practice
when unable to fulfill his or her professional duties and
responsibilities to clients and others.
a. The dietetics practitioner withdraws from practice when he/

she has engaged in abuse of a substance such that it could


affect his or her practice.
b. The dietetics practitioner ceases practice when he or she has
been adjudged by a court to be mentally incompetent.
c. The dietetics practitioner will not engage in practice when
he
or
she
has
a
condition
that
substantially impairs his or her ability to provide effective
service to others.
Responsibilities to Clients
1. The dietetics practitioner recognizes and exercises professional
judgment within the limits of his or her qualifications and
collaborates with others, seeks counsel, or makes referrals as
appropriate.
2. The dietetics practitioner treats clients and patients with respect
and consideration.
a. The dietetics practitioner provides sufficient information to
enable clients and others to make their own informed
decisions.
b. The dietetics practitioner respects the clients right to make
decisions regarding the recommended plan of care,
including consent, modification, or refusal.
3. The dietetics practitioner protects confidential information and
makes full disclosure about any limitations on his or her ability
to guarantee full confidentiality.
4. The dietetics practitioner, in dealing with and providing services
to clients and others, complies with the same principles set forth
above in Responsibilities to the Public (Principles #3-7).
Responsibilities to the Profession
1. The dietetics practitioner practices dietetics based on evidence
based principles and current information.
2. The dietetics practitioner presents reliable and substantiated
information and interprets controversial information without
personal bias, recognizing that legitimate differences of opinion
exist.
3. The dietetics practitioner assumes a life-long responsibility and
accountability for personal competence in practice, consistent
with accepted professional standards, continually striving to
increase professional knowledge and skills and to apply them in
practice.
4. The dietetics practitioner is alert to the occurrence of a real or
potential conflict of interest and takes appropriate action
whenever a conflict arises.
a. The dietetics practitioner makes full disclosure of any real or

perceived conflict of interest.


b. When a conflict of interest cannot be resolved by disclosure,
the dietetics practitioner takes such other action as may be
necessary to eliminate the conflict, including recusal from
an office, position, or practice situation.
5. The dietetics practitioner permits the use of his or her name for
the purpose of certifying that dietetics services have been
rendered only if he or she has provided or supervised the
provision of those services.
6. The dietetics practitioner accurately presents professional
qualifications and credentials.
a. The dietetics practitioner, in seeking, maintaining, and using
credentials provided by CDR, provides accurate information
and complies with all requirements imposed by CDR. The
dietetics practitioner uses CDR-awarded credentials (RD
or Registered Dietitian; DTR or Dietetic Technician,
Registered; CS or Certified Specialist; and FADA or
Fellow of the American Dietetic Association) only when
the credential is current and authorized by CDR.
b. The dietetics practitioner does not aid any other person in
violating any CDR requirements, or in representing himself
or herself as CDR-credentialed when he or she is not.
7. The dietetics practitioner does not invite, accept, or offer gifts,
monetary incentives, or other considerations that affect or
reasonably give an appearance of affecting his/her professional
judgment.
3.

Swedia

THE PROFESSION
AIMS OF THE PROFESSION
To promote health and quality of life in individuals through nutritional
measures aimed at prevention as well as treatment.
TASKS OF THE PROFESSION
1. To prevent and alleviate illness/symptoms by means of
nutritional treatment through oral, enteral and/or parenteral
nutrition.
2. To inform and educate on issues of nutrition.
3. To act as a resource for the health and medical care services and
society concerning nutritional issues.
4. To participate in and follow research in the field of nutrition.
THE CLINICAL DIETITIANS OBLIGATION
1. To provide treatment or information based on scientific
evidence and proven experience and actively represent this
professional expertise in contacts within health and medical care

and society in general.


2. To endeavor at all the times to adhere to the professions
established and accepted corect use of language, in an
understandable form, when informing patients and staff, in
written publications and in contacts with the media.
3. To be aware of ones role as a representative of the profession in
official situations, and in contact with the media, and to strive
for objectivity and a serious image.
4. To understand the complexity of illness process and the limits of
the clinical dietitians own competence and role in the treatment
of patients.
5. To seek advice and knowledge from colleagues as well as from
other professions when required.
6. To document the nutritional treatment.
7. To transfer relevant information to others involved in the
treatment of the patient
8. Not to allow the clinical dietitians duties and work to be used to
meet other needs of the patient.
9. To maintain personal levels of competence by continually
following the scientific and other literature within the nutritional
and relevant medical fields, as well as participating in further
education.
10. To work using the nutritional care process as the overall
structure
11. Not to allow thoughts of personal gain to influence the
treatment and information given.
12. To maintain a rational and critical position with regard to all
forms
of
marketing
and
information
and
to be aware of the commercial interests behind parts of this
information.
OBLIGATIONS TOWARDS PARTIES CONCERNED
Obligations towards parties concerned apply independent of their sex,
age, ethnicity, colour of skin, sexual orientation, religion, political and
social affiliations.
OBLIGATIONS TOWARDS THE PATIENT
1. To regard the patient as autonomous, i.e. to see the patient as
having the capability to make decisions concerning his/her own
life.
2. To keep informed at all times; of the patients diagnosis,
treatment and needs and of various factors concerning the
patients situation that may influence the formulation of the
nutritional treatment.
3. To give advice and propose treatment based on ones own

professional knowledge and experience as well as knowledge of


the patients wishes and situation and establish goals together
with the patient
4. To respect the patients wishes as far as possible considering the
demands of the professions.
5. To balance the consequences of the nutritional treatment against
those of other treatment of the patient so that an overall positive
outcome has priority.
6. To take into consideration that there may be situations where the
correct course of action is to end or not to start a nutritional
treatment.
7. To actively support and encourage the patient in the nutritional
treatment and, as far as can be considered realistic, try to
motivate the patient by means of information to carry out and
complete the treatment.
8. To make sure that the treatment is carried out with the patients
informed consent. This mean that the patient is capable of
making decisions, understands the information and is under no
form of compulsion when accepting the treatment. If the patient
is a child the informed consent must be obtained from its
guardian. When the child is mature enough to give its own
consent it must be obtained together with that of the guardian.
Where the patient is an adult incapable of making
decisions, and informed consent must be obtained from the
patients next-of-kin or guardian. In the absence of a guardian or
next-of-kin, or if a certificate exists for compulsory admission
to a psychiatric hospital in accordance with the law regulating
compulsory psychiatric care, responsibility for deciding proper
treatment rests with the clinical dietitian and physician.
9. To treat patient information confidentially and to observe legally
binding professional secrecy. Transfer of information over and
above professional obligations may occur only after having
obtained the patients consent
10. To ensure that documentation is factual, relevant and observes
the patients integrity and dignity. The dietitian has a legal
obligation to keep documented records.
OBLIGATIONS TOWARDS THE NEXT-OF KIN OR
EQUIVALENT
1. To be explicit to the next-of-kin that the clinical dietitian
represents the patient.
2. To inform the next-of kin concerned of the treatment only after
having obtained the patients consent.
3. To involve the next-of-kin in the treatment only after having
obtained the patients consent.

OBLIGATIONS TOWARDS COLLEAGUES AND OTHER


PROFESSIONAL GROUPS
1. To work for a trustful co-operation towards common goals.
2. To work jointly with colleagues or other professional groups in
order to promote the interests of the patient in the best way
possible.
3. To explain ones own field of competence and fulfill the
obligations associated with the position.
4. To respect the competence and field of responsibility of other
professionals.
5. To assist other clinical dietitians or representatives of other
professions by giving advice and sharing knowledge and
experience as requested. It is particularly important to introduce
and support new and less experienced colleagues.
OBLIGATIONS TOWARDS THE EMPLOYER
To adhere to the employers guidelines and to show loyalty towards the
employer as far as this is consistent with other demands of professional
ethics.
OBLIGATIONS TOWARDS SOCIETY
To take responsibility towards society, mainly through providing
information on matters concerning nutrition and nutritional treatment,
using ones own competence based on scientific evidence and proven
experience.
RESEARCH ETHICS
1. When the clinical dietitian pursues research, he/she is bound by
the law concerning vetting of the ethics of research involving
humans and by the ethical rules and guidelines that govern
medical and social science research in Sweden.
2. When research is carried out in connection with care, the
patients wellbeing and rights must at all times precede research
demands.
3. When research is carried out as part of training, the final
responsibility
for
adherence
to
research
ethics
rests with the supervisor.
4.

Australia

DIETITIANS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA


Statement of Ethical Practice
For members with Australian recognised dietetic qualifications, and
non-members with APD status (referred to as practitioners in this
Statement)
Revised November 2013

The objective of the Dietitians Association of Australias (DAA)


Statement of Ethical Practice is to identify fundamental values and
principles for practitioners.
The Statement of Ethical Practice offers guidance when making
decisions. It does not specify how to make decisions or to act in
particular situations.
Ethical standards help ensure consistent approaches and high standards.
The Statement of Ethical Practice indicates to the community, values
which practitioners hold.
DAA encourages debate and discussion to keep practitioners abreast of
contemporary issues.
DAA also subscribes to the principles and aspirations of The Universal
Declaration of Human Rights (1948) and other international
conventions derived from the Declaration.
A practitioner embraces the values and principles in DAAs vision and
mission:
DAA is the leader in nutrition for better food, better health and
wellbeing for all.
DAA is the peak body of dietetic and nutrition professionals providing
strategic leadership in food and nutrition through empowerment,
advocacy,
education,
accreditation
and
communication.
Values and Principles
Being ethical means:
Practitioners act lawfully and responsibly and are accountable for
their decision making.
Practitioners will:
1. act within the letter and the spirit of the law and accept the
standards of DAA
2. be accountable for their decision making and have a moral and
legal obligation for the provision of safe and competent service
delivery
3. have an ethical responsibility to report unsafe and unethical
practice and support colleagues who appropriately notify the
relevant authorities of such practice
4. respect the collaborative nature of comprehensive health care
with recognition and respect for the perspective and expertise of
other health professionals
5. acknowledge the contribution of colleagues and any other
sources of original material in their work.
Practitioners will be honest and fair with members of the public,
colleagues, employers and employees.
Practitioners will:

1. ensure that they do not exploit relationships with clients for


emotional, sexual or financial gain
2. identify and manage conflicts of interest
3. not use inaccurate or misleading ways to promote their services
or products, or accept undisclosed private financial benefits
4. treat their colleagues with fairness, honesty, courtesy, respect
and good faith.
5. apply natural justice when dealing with clients and colleagues
6. provide services within the legal requirements of occupational
health, welfare and safety and workplace requirements.
Practitioners will respect individuals needs, values, culture and
privacy.
Practitioners will:
1. ensure provision of non-discriminatory services to all people
regardless of age, colour, gender, sexual orientation, religion,
ethnicity, race, and mental or physical status
2. respect the rights of individuals to make informed choices
3. respect the confidences and trust in their relationships with
clients
4. promote a professional relationship and maintain appropriate
professional boundaries between themselves and those for
whom they provide services.
Practitioners will maintain their professional competence and
provide evidence based practice and quality service.
Practitioners will:
1. recognise the limits of competence, referring to the most
appropriate provider if necessary
2. continually update and extend professional knowledge and skills
through such activities as attending professional development or
seeking a mentor
3. be required to practice within current evidence based practice
limit their provision of advice about alternate therapies to those
who voluntarily seek it and only about therapies for which there
is documented scientific peer reviewed evidence of
effectiveness
4. understand and respect diversity of nutrition and dietetic
practice
5. promote an ecological, social and economic environment which
supports health and well being.

Perbedaan ISI Kode Etik Ahli Gizi


Indonesia
Dalam Kode Etik Ahli
Gizi yang diatur oleh
KMK RI NOMOR
374/MENKES/SK/III
/2007 dan PERSAGI
berisi kewajiban
umum, kewajiban
terhadap klien,
kewajiban terhadap
masyarakat,
kewajiban terhadap
teman seprofesi dan
mitra kerja, kewajiban
terhadap profesi dan
diri sendiri.

Amerika
Dalam Kode Etik Ahli
Gizi yang diatur oleh
ADA (American
Dietetic Association)
berisi Fundamental
Principles (Prinsip
mendasar),
Responsibilities to the
Public (Tanggung
Jawab kepada
Masyarakat),
Responsibilities to
Clients (Tanggung
Jawab untuk Klien),
Responsibilities to the
Profession (Tanggung
Jawab untuk Profesi
Ahli Gizi)

Swedia
Dalam Kode Etik Ahli
Gizi yang diatur oleh
Swedish Association
of Clinical Dietitians
(DRF) berisi Aims of
the profession(tujuan
profesi), Tasks of the
profession (tugas
profesi), The clinical
dietitians obligation
(kewajiban ahli gizi
diet klinis),
Obligations towards
parties concerned
(kewajiban dengan
pihak yang terkait),
Obligations towards
the patient (kewajiban
terhadap pasien),
Obligations towards
the next-of kin or
equivalent (kewajiban
dengan kerabat yang
setara), Obligations
towards colleagues
and other professional
groups (kewajiban
terhadap rekan rekan
ahli gizi dan kelompok
profesional lainnya),
Obligations towards
the employer
(kewajiban terhadap
pemimpin),
Obligations towards
society (kewajiban
terhadap masyarakat),
Research ethics (etika
penelitian)

Australia
Dalam Kode Etik
Ahli Gizi yang
diatur oleh
DIETITIANS
ASSOCIATION
OF AUSTRALIA
(DAA) berisi
Practitioners act
lawfully and
responsibly and
are accountable
for their decision
making (Praktisi
bertindak secara
sah dan
bertanggung
jawab untuk
pengambilan
keputusan
mereka);
Practitioners will
be honest and fair
with members of
the public,
colleagues,
employers and
employees
(Praktisi akan
jujur dan adil
dengan anggota
masyarakat,
kolega, pengusaha
dan karyawan);
Practitioners will
respect
individuals needs,
values, culture
and privacy
(Praktisi
menghormati
kebutuhan

individu, nilainilai, budaya dan


privasi);
Practitioners will
maintain their
professional
competence and
provide evidence
based practice and
quality service
(Praktisi akan
mempertahankan
kompetensi
profesional
mereka dan
memberikan
latihan
berdasarkan bukti
dan kualitas
layanan).

Perbedaan Kode Etik Ahli Gizi


Indonesia
Kode etik Ahli gizi
indonesia hampir
sama dengan kode
etik Ahli gizi
Amerika. Ini mungkin
dikarenakan
kompetensi ahli gizi
Indonesia berkiblat
pada ADA (American
Dietetic Association)

Amerika
Kode etik Ahli gizi
Amerika hampir sama
dengan kode etik Ahli
gizi indonesia. Tetapi,
lebih menekankan
tanggung jawab
seorang ahli gizi.

Swedia
Kode etik Ahli Gizi
Swedia
mencamtumkan tujuan
profesi, tugas profesi,
etika penelitian dan
lebih mengarah pada
ahli gizi klinis.

Australia
Kode Etik Ahli
Gizi Australia
berbeda dengan
kode etik
indonesia,
amerika, dan
swedia. Lebih
menekankan sikap
yang harus
dilakukan ahli
gizi.

DAFTAR PUSTAKA
KMK RI NOMOR 374/MENKES/SK/III/2007.
http://www.hukor.depkes.go.id/up_prod_kepmenkes/KMK%20No.%20374%20ttg
%20Standar%20Profesi%20Gizi.pdf
ADA(American Dietetic Association). 2009. Journal of ADA: American Dietetic
Association/Commission on Dietetic Registration Code of Ethics for the Profession of
Dietetics
and
Process
for
Consideration
of
Ethics
Issues.
http://www.bu.edu/sargent/files/2009/09/ADA-Code-of-Ethics-8-13.pdf
Swedish Association of Clinical Dietitians (DRF).2009.CODE OF ETHICS FOR CLINICAL
DIETITIANS
SWEDISH
ASSOCIATION
OF
CLINICAL
DIETITIANS.
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