The SDA Board has established the following committees to carry out the work as defined in the Dietitians Act and SDA Bylaws (Administrative Bylaws, Fee Bylaws and Regulatory Bylaws). Additional committees may be struck on an as needed basis.
Professional Conduct Committee – The purpose of this committee is to investigate complaints against members of the Saskatchewan Dietitians Association, which have been referred to the committee by the Registrar.
Discipline Committee – The purpose of this committee is to determine whether or not a member is guilty of professional misconduct or professional incompetence. This outcome will be achieved by reviewing the report submitted by the Professional Conduct Committee and conducting a formal hearing if necessary. If a member is found guilty of professional misconduct or professional incompetence, the Discipline Committee will determine the appropriate resolution.
Professional Standards Committee – This committee is responsible to establish, revise and update policies and procedures for the Continuing Competence Program. The committee will review all learning plans and completed learning plan submissions. A subcommittee is responsible for completing an annual quality assurance audit of the Continuing Competence Program.
Registration Committee – The purpose of this committee is to make recommendations to the Registrar with respect to licensure and registration related issues.
Legislation Committee – The purpose of this committee is to ensure that SDA is abiding by all provincial and national legislation affecting the practice of dietetics in Saskatchewan and to propose amendments as needed to Saskatchewan dietetic regulations.
Finance Committee – The purpose of this committee is to prepare the annual budget, financial reports and suggest investment strategies to the Board.
Communication Committee – The purpose of this committee is to coordinate communication to SDA stakeholders including the newsletter (at least 3 times per year) and website.