We’re celebrating all our volunteers on International Volunteer Day 2020.
BDA Chair Caroline Bovey writes about a recently leaked report about potential impacts on food supplies in the event of a no deal Brexit.
Alison Smith and Vittoria Romano write about why the BDA and Older People Specialist Group are supporting the National Care Forum's Visiting Call to Action.
The Your COVID Recovery Programme has been launched! This is an NHS, interactive, self directed tool to support people through their rehabilitation journey following COVID-19. The BDA is pleased to have been involved in this initiative, and are now calling on dietetic services to sign up to be a part of the multidisciplinary team in England.
Caroline Bovey, Alison Smith and Ailsa Kennedy discuss their participation in the MAW2020 parliamentary event.
In this blog, Dr Hilda Mulrooney RD considers the government’s latest obesity strategy in more detail on behalf of the BDA Obesity Specialist Group (OSG).
A COVID-19 data set to capture how dietitians support service users with COVID-19.
Writing for Dietetics Today, the official membership magazine for the British Dietetic Association.
Alison Booker, BDA Student Rep 2019/20 writes about her highlights and experience in the role.
BDA Chair Caroline Bovey discusses recent developments in the UK's exit from the EU in relation to nutrition and food, and sets out the BDA's position on some key issues.
Tess Kelly discusses the important role that Quorn's partnership with the BDA has had in ensuring their messaging is engaging but also evidence based.
Dietitian Julie Walker from Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust talks about how she and her team adapted to provide support to patients and the community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Aisling Pigott asked Sam Eyre-Williams about what it is like to work as a DSW, and what challenges she faces.
Some advice for members on how they can stay professional online
Dietitian Joanna Teece shares some of her experience of digital innovation and dietetics in Scotland, and how this can be useful for all dietitians as they respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The BDA sets out a clear position on avoiding unnecessary face-to-face contact and using technology to increase safety during the COVID-19 outbreak.