Join us, promote the impact and value of dietetics on social media. Interact and engage with us, fellow members and the wider profession to ensure our collective dietetic voice is represented across all major social platforms.
You can read about the BDA's approach to social media here. Please note that the British Dietetic Association is not responsible for content in and on external online platforms.
@BDA_TradeUnion - news and updates from our Trade Union team
@BDAGetCooking - our Let's Get Cooking project which teaches people how to cook healthy meals from scratch
@BDAWorkReady - find out how dietitians are making a difference in workplace health
@SENr - tweets from the Sport and Exercise Nutrition Register, hosted by the BDA
@BDAStudent - tweets from our Student Representative on the BDA Board of Directors
@DieteticSupport - updates from our Dietetic Suppport Worker Representative on the BDA Board of Directors
A number of the BDA office staff have professional Twitter accounts – why not follow and engage with them too:
Most of our BDA specialist groups and branches also have accounts on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. Use the search function on your chosen channel to find them.
Are you a BDA member?
We've recently updated our Professional Social Media Guidance (members only access) to help you navigate how to most effectively join social conversations whilst maintaining your professionalism. It includes guidance for members on using various platforms, practical tips and hints on professional approaches with social media, branding guidance for groups and branches and information about product endorsements and ads.
If you have any concerns you’d like support with in relation to Social Media, please get in touch and ask to speak to one of our Communications Officers.