Head of Nutrition at the Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU) is celebrating success
In her first season in the role, Emma, a SENR Practitioner Registrant, has overseen the performance nutrition service to Triple Crown and Grand Slam winning Senior and U20 Men's squads.
Supporting colleagues and patients in Ramadan
As the doors of Ramadan are set to open, many Muslims across the United Kingdom and worldwide are preparing for the 30-day continuous fasting month. Ines Jabir gives advice on how to support colleagues and patients who might be observing Ramadan.
Rebecca Fisher and Alison Smith introduce improved categorisation in the ePACT2 primary care prescribing data platform.
Obesity: the bigger picture
In this blog, Dietitian Vanessa Osborne takes a look at the topic of obesity and the health complications that are connected to the disease.
Advanced practice opportunities
An NHS initiative to support workforce shortfalls and help meet rising demands on healthcare is leading to opportunities for dietitians across all four nations
Supporting the health and nutrition of LGBT+ people through better curricular provision in higher education
Roza Jozefowicz considers how dietitians can promote health among LGBT+ people.
Students doing brilliant things: Rowena Kelly
Rowena Kelly shares her student volunteering experience as part of the BDA South East Branch.
Students doing brilliant things: Lucy Walton
Lucy Walton explains what she has learned during her experience volunteering on the BDA Critical Care Specialist Group committee.
What's it like working in a prison?
Francesca Allsop is a Registered Dietitian who works in the UK’s largest prison, HMP Berwyn in Wrexham. She discusses her role and how she got into working in a prison environment.
Students doing brilliant things: Avani Keshwalla
Avani Keshwalla discusses her student volunteering experience as part of the BDA North West and North Wales Branch.
Students doing brilliant things: Ellen Morgan
Ellen Morgan shares her unique experience volunteering as the BDA Student Representative.
Gut health and sports nutrition
Sports dietitian Sarah Chantler explains the importance of gut health in high-performance sport.
Students doing brilliant things: Selena Evans
It’s Student Volunteering Week! To celebrate we are sharing a special series of blogs that showcase the difference our student members make to our Group and Branch network, as well as highlight our latest volunteering opportunities.
What's it like to volunteer for a specialist group?
Chloé McMurray and Lisa Corrigan describe how volunteering with the BDA Critical Care Specialist Group as Social Media Officers is helping the group to reach new audiences.
BDA increases membership fees for 2023/24 - what this means to you
BDA Board of Directors has approved the membership fees for the coming financial year commencing 1 March 2023. This includes a small increase on the 2022 fees; here is why your Board came to this decision and what it means to you as a member.
Could you join our England Board?
We’re excited to announce that the BDA’s England Board is recruiting three new members. Learn more about what this role entails and the experiences of its members.
How can a dietitian help support those with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome?
Dietitian Chloe Hall looks at Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS), how it can be treated and how a dietitian can help.
SENR Registrants do extraordinary things...
SENR Registrant James Moran utilised his skills and knowledge for an altogether different purpose than helping pro cyclists to maximise their performance - he helped fuel Kevin Sinfield's "Ultra 7 in 7 Challenge".
The future of the UK food environment, an aligned approach
KIND®, in partnership with the BDA, hosted a roundtable to bring together a diverse group of experts to share insights on the current food landscape, discuss policies that encourage healthy eating, and identify opportunities to support the UK population increase consumption of recommended foods to meet dietary guidelines.
Research Symposium 2022 is a success!
The BDA Research Symposium returned in person for the first time since 2019 on Wednesday 7 December, with over 130 delegates joining us for our annual event showcasing the breadth of research across dietetics.