Dietetics Today: online articles
As part of a move to widen our readership, we have decided to publish a number of articles online, with free open access. These articles showcase some of the fantastic work our members do, highlight issues that are important to the profession and that affect the public, and give you a flavour of the fantastic content in our membership magazine.
Don't forget to look at our articles written by student members (BDA members only).
Caring for patients with mental health needs.
Combatting high blood pressure.
Carbohydrate intake during exercise – how much is enough? / references.
Bullying and harrassment by BDA Trade Union.
Edith Elliot – June 2016.
June Davis – April 2016.
Joyce Thompson – March 2016.
Food, you and the EU.
My dairy-free diary.
Diet and the menopause.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome – the fundamentals.
Reflections and learning on poverty, food and nutrition.
Festive food from around the globe.
Gestational Diabetes Mellitus – risks and treatment.
Introducing your new Honorary President – Lord Balfe of Dulwich.
The realities of eating as a pensioner.
Maternal Obesity- a rising problem.
ONS and the power of taste.
Working with the young and homeless - an unconventional role.
Personal empowerment: reach your potential.
Which research methodology should I use?
Paediatric Q&A: Fish oils and children.
Essential reading on the FSMP legislation.
Dietetic outcome measures in care home settings.
The Bermuda Triangle does exist!
Patients and their spiritual and religious needs – dietetic considerations.
Eating Disorders - an innovative new care pathway.
Supporting non-medical clinical professions in research.
December 2014/January 2015
Management of Crohn's disease - recent developments.
Sickle cell disease: on the rise but under recognised.
Student interview - we talk to Ravi Nagar the student rep on Council.
Lung cancer - the nutritional implications.
School food - the start of a golden age?
Iodine deficiency in the UK - dietetic implications