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.
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 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.
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.
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.
The BDA and corporate partners are backing an industry campaign aimed at getting UK consumers to boost their fibre intakes
Dr Duane Mellor looks at some common myths about alcohol, and whether some of the well-known hangover 'cures' have any evidence behind them.
Dietitian Chloe Hall looks at Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS), how it can be treated and how a dietitian can help.
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.
Following consultation, members of the BDA in Scotland have agreed to accept the most recent NHS pay offer from the Scottish Government.
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".
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.
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.
Juliette Kellow RD looks at HEART UK's Ultimate Cholesterol Lowering Plan© .
Anna Pettit explains how she has seen an increase in complex gut conditions in her caseload.
Practice-based learning (placement) can be a stressful, but amazing time. There can be a lot of pressure to achieve and be the best but at the end of the day we’re only students and here to learn! Here are a few tips I’ve learnt from my practice-based learning (B placement) to help things run a little more smoothly and spend more time enjoying than stressing!
In this article, we hear what a day might look like as a First Contact Dietitian.
Jean Langford is in her first year studying Dietetics after a career change. She shares how volunteering has helped her to understand more about being a Dietitian and working with other healthcare professionals.
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.