Canadian Dietetic Practice Orientation and Self-Assessment Tool (OSAT) - Kentico CMS
The Canadian Dietetic Practice Orientation Website and Self-Assessment provides Internationally Educated Dietitians (IEDs) with an opportunity to gain an understanding of the scope of dietetic practice in Canada, familiarize themselves with the Integrated Competencies for Dietetic Education and Practice (ICDEP), and compare their previous knowledge and experience to Canadian competencies via an interactive self-assessment tool.
Key outcomes included:
A solution that is integrated within the College of Dietitians of Ontario Kentico CMS platform.
A site that is architected and constructed using Responsive Web Design (RWD) best practices in order to ensure optimized viewing for users through the device of their choosing - desktop, tablet or smart phone.
Development of a modern, engaging, visually appealing design – one that presents CDO as a progressive, authoritative and stakeholder-focused organization.
Secure user registration and authentication.
A survey component, which will help IEDs compare their knowledge and experience to Canadian competencies
Case-based scenarios and related questions, which will provide IEDs an interactive opportunity to better understand the scope of dietetic practice in Canada
The capacity for users (IEDs) to complete elements of the survey and case-based scenarios at multiple sittings.
Automated reporting for the end user (IEDs) encompassing survey and case-based scenario results auto-emailed to the user in PDF format.
Reporting for the CDO website administrator(s) encompassing anonymous aggregated usage statistics and user evaluation survey submission results.
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