The BDA is pleased to have supported the development of Your COVID Recovery, a new NHS website designed to help people recover from the long-term effects of COVID-19 and support them to manage their recovery.
A COVID-19 data set to capture how dietitians support service users with COVID-19.
Links to a series of NNEdPro resources and information on COVID-19.
The BDA Wales Board response to the Senedd Health, Social Care and Sport Committee Inquiry into the impact of the Covid-19 outbreak, and its management, on health and social care in Wales.
Dietitian Julie Walker from Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust talks about how she and her team adapted to provide support to patients and the community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Advice from the Malnutrition Advisory Group (MAG) of the British Association for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition.
Guidance around overtime payments during the COVID-19 period including context, proposed duration of the temporary measures, and funding
An online source developed by Lancashire Teaching Hospitals to support patients with recovery after COVID-19, including diet and nutrition advice.
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
BDA Chair Caroline Bovey writes to Prime Minister Boris Johnson to urge a comprehensive approach to obesity, asks that he avoid stigmatising language and ensure dietitians have a central role.
This guidance aims to provide practical considerations for the nutritional management of non-ICU COVID-19 patients in hospital.
BDA joins forces with other Allied Health Professionals to call for the extension of prescribing rights
The BDA has joned forces with other AHP bodies to call for a change to prescribing law to help dietitians and others better support the expected surge in demand post-COVID.
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.
The BDA's response to the Health and Social Care Select Committee's inquiry into delivering health and care services during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.
“It feels inevitable I’ll get something and bring it home.” NHS staff say social distancing is impossible in cramped and under-resourced offices
Following a survey of its membership, the British Dietetic Association (BDA) have uncovered that 54% of UK dietitians feel they are unable to appropriately follow social distancing guidelines at work – increasing their risk of contracting and spreading the coronavirus.