Our response to the National Food Strategy Review's call for evidence relating to the role of dietitians
Good diabetes control will help you lead a full and active life and prevent other health complications.
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Guidance from the BDA Renal Nutrition Group, designed to maximise the safety of patients accessing renal services and renal dietetic staff.
A COVID-19 data set to capture how dietitians support service users with COVID-19.
Dietitians in Northern Ireland are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic in a number of ways, from acute care in ICU to using technology to support paediatric patients at home.
NHS England have produced a standard operating procedure for Community health services which clarifies the expected approach of community health services to the management of patients, in the community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
An online source developed by Lancashire Teaching Hospitals to support patients with recovery after COVID-19, including diet and nutrition advice.
A list of webinars and podcasts developed by third parties for the nutritional care of COVID-19 patients (both in-patient and post-discharge)
Policy makers, healthcare leaders and dietetic leaders need to take action to ensure that everyone leaving hospital after suffering COVID-19, has access to suitable nutrition, with expert guidance from a dietitian
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to unprecedented expansion of and challenge to our critical care services. Undoubtedly, this will require significant planning and re-structuring of dietetic services to ensure that we are able to provide a safe and effective service during this time. This document has been developed by members from the Critical Care Dietitians Specialist Group (CCSG) of the British Dietetic Association taking into account current recommendations for planning and local experiences to date.
Tips for eating well during the Coronavirus / COVID-19 pandemic
Advice from the Malnutrition Advisory Group (MAG) of the British Association for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition.
A joint set of recommendations rom the BDA PENG, BDA Critical Care, NNNG, BAPEN and British Thoracic Society
The BDA sets out a clear position on avoiding unnecessary face-to-face contact and using technology to increase safety during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The BDA and colleagues from UK Malnutrition Awareness and Prevention Network (MAPN) have arranged a letter to the Secretary of State to urge action on malnutrition amongst the elderly.