This webinar will give you a first look at the new BDA Dietetic Digital Record Toolkit prior to publication. The toolkit should enable you to record and evaluate nutrition and dietetic problems, as well as capture the outcomes of dietetic interventions using the BDA Model and Process of Nutrition and Dietetic Practice.
Toolkit due for release in April.
This webinar launched our new social guidance for members – Dietitians’ Guide to TikTok. This dietitian-written guidance will explain how to set up a TikTok account. It will cover why you might wish to do this, how to find your niche, and share top tips from a successful dietitian already on the platform. The guidance will also explain how to succeed on the channel, and share ideas to help you get started.
We will also hear from Kate Hilton - @dietsdebunked on TikTok – who has partnered with the BDA on this guidance. Kate is a leading UK dietitian on the platform with more than 33,000 followers, and this resource has been shaped by her own experiences. Kate will be introducing the resource and sharing her own experiences with the platform – including giving insight into how she creates a post.
Finally we will share details about the launch of the BDA’s verified TikTok channel, which will become the BDA’s primary public-facing social channel. We’ll be sharing details about the type of things we’ll be sharing on there, plus how you can get involved with the channel yourself.
This resource and webinar has been funded by an educational grant from Nestle Health Science.
Watch back the webinar for an overview of the role of the First Contact Dietitian and how it differs from other Dietitians. We shared footage of first contact dietitians in action, showcasing what they do and Susan Gallagher (First Contact Dietitian) talked through some case studies showcasing the work she does in her role.
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Watch back the BDA and NHS England Workforce Training and Education (NHSE WT&E) National AHP Preceptorship and Foundation Support Programme.
Watch back our expert panel guests over lunch to explore some of the big questions on sustainability in relation to Dietetics
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It’s challenging to keep up with the big nutrition topics of the day, so the BDA regularly works with its partners to share new research or ideas to support your practice. This series of partner webinars will run throughout the year – catch up on our BDA Conversations here.
As part of our Dietetic Workforce Development Programme, our project to support the development of resources to dietitian in this area saw the BDA Mental Health Specialist Group host a special webinar series in Mental Health Awareness Week 2023, 15-21 May. Have a look at what ech webinar cover and how you can watch them back