The BDA is continuing to develop this series of 'Key Facts' information sheets, which are designed to raise the profile of dietitians and highlight their varied roles in different speciality areas.
We encourage BDA members to shout loud and proud about the work that they, their dietetic colleagues and wider teams do by using these key facts to promote the vital work of dietitians. We have also produced a concise document highlighting the overall benefits of dietetic intervention in NHS England, which you can find at the bottom of the page.
The Key Fact sheets are written by the Specialist Groups of the BDA. They describe the role of the dietitian in the different specialities:
- Trust a Dietitian: support our campaign
- Stroke / References.
- Food Services.
- Public Health. - NEW
- Sports Nutrition.
- Prescribing appropriately.
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome / References.
- Head and Neck Cancer / References.
- Malnutrition/ References.
- Obesity/ References.
- Dementia/ References.
- Critical Care.
- Mental Health.
- Learning Disabilities.
- Eating Disorders.
For anyone wishing to reproduce any of the information here, this is possible provided it is correctly referenced: for example, as ‘material reproduced from and copyright of the British Dietetic Association, Key Fact Sheet; Name, date, www.bda.uk.com’.
Any further queries regarding these Key Fact Sheets can be sent to email@example.com You can also use this email address if you are interested in writing a Key Fact Sheet or if you have any general questions or comments.
Benefits of dietetic intervention
As part of the toolkit for our campaign 'Trust a Dietitian', and with the support of the England Board, we have produced 'NHS priorities - the benefits of dietetic intervention' a double-sided sheet showcasing the key role of dietitians in NHS priority areas.
If you work in the NHS in England this document will help you showcase the varied role that dietitians have to play whilst supporting the NHS priorities: protecting from harm, positive care experience, recovery from ill health, preventing premature deaths and enhancing the quality of life for people with long-term conditions.