The British Dietetic Association (BDA) is the largest association of food and nutrition professionals in the UK, and the only body supporting the whole of the dietetic workforce. The BDA is both a professional body and trade union, representing the professional, educational, public and workplace interests of over 11,000 members.
BDA membership is open to the whole profession, including dietitians, dietetic support worker/assistants, dietetic students, qualified nutritionists, and those with occupational interests in nutrition
We have different membership categories for the varying roles across the dietetic workforce. Find out which category you're eligible for and join us today.
If your circumstances have changed and you've been a full BDA member for more than 12 months, find out how you can access heavily subsidised membership options.
BDA membership includes a bespoke set of useful benefits, services and resources (worth over £2,000) to help support the profession in their daily practice.
BDA membership is excellent value for money, costing as little as £26.95 per month for full members, £9.45 per month for dietetic support staff, and free or just £40 per year for students.
My BDA membership is essential to me. Engagement with the BDA and specifically the specialist groups allows for me to help engender change within the profession not just locally but nationally. The BDA helps to support this and drive forward on important topics. In addition, when needed the BDA are an excellent source of support for professional grievances and advice.
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