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Unformatted text preview: 1. Choose the correct path of approval for the 2008 SOP/SOPP. a. Developed by the HOD Leadership; Sent to the BOD; Sent to the Quality Management Committee; Sent to CDR b. Developed by the Quality Management Committee; Input provided by member constituencies, Approved by HOD Leadership and the BOD c. Developed by ADA Staff; Input provided by member constituencies; Approved by HOD Leadership; Approved by BOD d. Developed by CDR; Sent to Quality Management Committee; Input provided by member constituencies; Sent to HOD Leadership and BOD ANSWER: 2. The major impetus for the revision of the 2005 SOP/SOPP was __________. a. A need for a definition of the word supervision to assist the profession in meeting regulatory standards. b. A request from the membership to clarify the RD/DTR relationship in the Nutrition Care Process. c. A request from the Commission on Dietetic Registration to assist in revisions with the registration examination for DTRs d. A request from Education Taskforce to clarify their proposals to the HOD. ANSWER: 3. Which applies to all Registered Dietitians and Dietetic Technicians, Registered? (Choose all that apply). a. SOP b. SOPP c. Code of Ethics d. CDR Professional Learning Portfolio ANSWER: 4. Choose the phrase which best describes the difference between the SOP in Nutrition Care and the SOPP. a. The SOP in Nutrition Care describes the optimal or goal level for delivering patient care. b. The SOPP apply to administrative functions of the RD profession and the SOP in Nutrition Care to the clinical functions....
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This note was uploaded on 12/22/2009 for the course NFS 444 taught by Professor Koness during the Spring '09 term at Rhode Island.
- Spring '09