Thank you to everyone who joined us for Dietitians Week 2021! It was a fantastic week with so much shared and discussed. We're really grateful for everyone that took part. We are delighted that on the BDA social media accounts alone we had over 700,000 impressions over the week, and over 20,000 likes, shares and comments. You can still access lots of the resources and elements from the week below, and keep using them to promote dietetics!
Our careers campaign will continue over the next year as we try to encourage more people from a diverse range of backgrounds to consider a careers in dietetics. You can download resources and find out more about on our careers page.
We were very grateful to all our members who helped us created fantastic video content accross the week. Watch and share them below:
- Rachael becomes a dietitian (animation)
- Why become a dietitian? Priya Tew - Freelance Media Dietitian
- Why become a dietitian? Nokhuthula Nyoni - Acute Nutrition Support Dietitian
- Why become a dietitian? Alex Neilan - Sports Dietitian
- Why become a dietitian? Nicola Clarke - Diabetes Specialist Dietitian
- Why become a dietitian? | Katy Everson - NHS Oncology Dietitian
- DW Q&A with Karen Robinson
- DW Q&A with Rachael Colley
- DW Q&A with Susan Price
You can still download the various resources we created for the week:
- Why become a dietitian? Our new careers resources which can be accessed now - we will be launching them properly as of Dietitians Week!
- DW2021 Logo
- DW2021 Email Footer
- DW2021 Zoom/Teams background
- #WhatDietitiansDo Graphics:
- What is your dietitian thinking about? Poster
- You wouldn't want... Poster
- Top searches infographics:
Huge congratulations to our photo competition winner Hilary Rennie for her fantastic paediatrics themed cake celebrating the Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital where she works. Take a look at all five finalists below.
We were delighted to feature patient stories from five people whose lives were positively impacts by the support and care they received from dietitians. We are very grateful to Rebecca R, Michael, Charlie, Regina and Rebecca L for sharing their experiences. Read each of them here.