The Dietetics Licensing Board was created during the 2011 legislative session by the passage of Senate Enrolled Act #74 which established the Dietetics Practice Act, Wyoming Statutes 33-47-101 through 33-47-110.

To expand on the authority given by the legislature in the Board's Practice Act, the Board may promulgate the following rule types: Emergency, Proposed, or Filed. 

Emergency rules, once approved, are valid for 120 days. Proposed rules, once approved, are posted for a 45 day public comment period. Filed rules, once approved, have gone through the public comment period and are the current rules in effect for the Board and licensees. 

FILED RULES AND REGULATIONS (effective April 21, 2016)

Rules and Regulations by Chapter: 
Chapter 1 - General Provisions           
Chapter 2 - Organization and Procedures of the Board [REPEALED]
Chapter 3 - Licensure and Application Procedures
Chapter 4Application Procedure [REPEALED]
Chapter 5Fees   
Chapter 6 - Renewal    
Chapter 7 - Professional Responsibility
Chapter 8Adverse Action [REPEALED]
Chapter 9 - Practice and Procedures for Disciplinary, Application and Licensure Matters
Appendix A - Academy on Nutrition and Dietetics/Commission on Dietetic Registration 
                      Code of Ethics for the Profession of Dietetics [REPEALED]  

The Board's Rules and Practice Act have been listed above for your ease and convenience.  To obtain these materials directly from their source:

You can find the Rules on the Secretary of State's website at: Click "Current Rules" and scroll down for "Dietetics Licensing Board (043)".

You can find the Practice Act (aka Statute) on the Wyoming Legislature's website at:  You will be searching for Title 33, Chapter 47 for the Dietetics Licensing Board.

The Board may clarify a requirement in the Rule or Statute by drafting an advisory. Licensees are expected to be familiar with, and adhere to, any drafted advisories.
Advisory regarding order writing privileges (Mailed to all licensees on 3/19/2018)

The Wyoming Dietetics Licensing Board is staffed through the Professional Licensing Boards Office, a division of A&I.