Update on NHS England pay offer 2023

All you need to know about the latest pay offer for NHS workers in England.

Henry Dimbleby's resignation needs to be a sharp awakening for the Government

We need to see the Government take more concrete steps and hands on action to support the British people to be able to make healthier choices, particularly young children.

BDA to recommend acceptance of NHS England pay offer

If accepted, the offer would boost pay significantly this year and mean a wage increase next year that’s more than the government had budgeted for.

Weight Stigma – the conversation begins!

Although this is not that new to many dietitians, an important debate has started in the general media around the use of inclusive language, when it comes to how we talk about people living with obesity and overweight.

Cow’s milk allergy management in practice

Annina Whipp is a senior specialist paediatric dietitian. In this Q&A she tells us about how she manages cow’s milk allergy management in practice.

BDA to join talks with the Government on NHS Pay in England

Following the BDA’s successful mandate for industrial action and subsequent letter to the PM, the BDA has been invited into NHS pay negotiations with the Health Secretary.

Help get Elsie Widdowson (another) blue plaque!

Join the campaign to get Elsie Widdowson a blue plaque in Dulwich, where she grew up.

The BDA is considering formal pay talk offer, alongside other health unions

Health unions, including the BDA have received an invite from the Government to enter into formal pay talks.

Outcome of Industrial Action Ballot Conducted February 2023

Dietitians demand better – strike action in England will go ahead

Dietitians working in 43 NHS Trusts in England have voted overwhelmingly to take strike action, following the results of an industrial action ballot by the BDA TU and its members.

Introducing our new Industry Specialist Group

As part of our continued commitment to providing excellent membership value, we are delighted to be launching the Industry Specialist Group.

Huge disappointment at the HCPC’s decision to increase fees

The BDA expresses huge disappointment with the decision to increase annual registration fees and fears it could result in dietitians leaving the profession.

Vote yes in strike ballot, says BDA

The BDA National Executive Committee is asking members to vote yes to strike action, as a last resort in the campaign for a decent pay award for the year 2022/23.

Ongoing disputes make it impossible to submit evidence to NHS PRB

Health unions, alongside the BDA, won’t be submitting joint evidence to the NHS pay review body (PRB) for the next wage round while the current industrial disputes remain unresolved.

Dietitians across the UK urge the public to avoid the diet rush this January

As we head into the post festive New Year, New You territory, the BDA and our member dietitians are urging the public to say No Thank You to fad diets.

Scotland Pay Award – NHS Dietitians accept latest offer

Following consultation, members of the BDA in Scotland have agreed to accept the most recent NHS pay offer from the Scottish Government.

British Dietetic Association suspends industrial action ballot in Scotland

The British Dietetic Association (BDA) has suspended the current industrial action ballot of its NHS members in Scotland in order to consult on the revised pay offer of an average increase of 7.5% received today following intense negotiations this week.

Success at Advancing Healthcare Awards in Northern Ireland

Congratulations to our Northern Ireland members who won Advancing Healthcare Awards at this year's ceremony.

The BDA responds to Autumn Statement

What does the Autumn Statement mean for the NHS and the workforce?

Celebrating BDA members' successes in Wales

The Advancing Healthcare Awards recognise and celebrate the work of Allied Health Professionals, Healthcare Scientists and those who work alongside them in support roles, leading innovative healthcare practice across the UK. We’re thrilled that three of our members in Wales have won awards this year!

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