KNDI LICENSE RENEWAL BASED ON CPD

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KNDI would like to inform you that starting 2020/2021 financial year, all nutritionists and dieticians will be required to attain a minimum of 14 CPD points (equivalent to 42 hours) per calendar year to qualify for re-licensure and retention in the register of nutritionists and dieticians maintained by KNDI. Please see the full notice below […]

REGISTRATION OF PRIVATE PRACTICE WAIVER.

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Smiles Nutrition & Wellness Centre have received their certificate for private practice in Kenya. The initiative by KNDI to license private practices created by nutrition and dietetics professionals is ongoing as per the notice here. Please find the Smiles Nutrition & Wellness Centre profile here Any nutrition and dietetics professional is encouraged to come and […]

PROFESSIONALS’ OUTSTANDING BALANCE NOTICE

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Dear professional Find an attachment below of a list with the balances as at 16th May,2019. Please be advised to pay your withstanding balance by 16/6/2019 at 5pm. BALANCES AS AT 16TH MAY, 2019 EXCEL To clear the balance pay via Pay bill number 272223 and use account number as your registration number followed by […]

IMPORTANT UPDATES MAY 2019

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The KNDI COUNCIL has been gazetted under Gazette Notice of 7th May 2019 NO 4397. Please follow the link below. KENYA GAZETTE MAY 2019 The ONLINE PROFESSIONAL REGISTER has been updated please check on your details. Please follow the link below. KNDI ONLINE PROFESSIONAL REGISTER The PRIVATE PRACTICE LICENSE FEE WAIVER notice. Please follow the […]

The Kenya Nutritionists and Dieticians Institute is warning medical practitioners operating private medical facilities against prescribing diet therapies

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The Kenya Nutritionists and Dieticians Institute is warning medical practitioners operating private medical facilities against prescribing diet therapies to patients without the input of certified nutritionists. The Institute is warning that by prescribing such drugs the medical facilities were violating the Nutritionists Act 2016 and will face the full force of the law.