The BDA expresses disappointment that key recommendations set out in the National Food Strategy led by Henry Dimbleby have been ignored in the new Government Food Strategy.
BDA member and Dietitian Linda Hindle, Deputy Chief AHP Officer for England, has been awarded an OBE for services to public health in the Queen's Birthday Honours.
The BDA is to begin consulting members in NHS Scotland on a pay offer of 5%.
The BDA has joined other organisations in calling on the Government to reconsider withdrawing its promise to restrict promotions on food and drinks high in fat, salt or sugar (HFSS) later this year.
The BDA are delighted to announce the appointment of Liz Stockley as new CEO, who will join us in the summer, as current CEO Andy Burman moves on after 19 years leading the Association.
The BDA is playing its part in supporting families and households experiencing food insecurity by working with Barnardo’s on a new cooking skills project.
Dr Elizabeth Weekes is a retired Consultant Dietitian at Guy's & St Thomas NHS and Foundation Trust and retired Senior Clinical Lecturer at University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Elizabeth was awarded a BDA Fellowship in 2022.
The Food Standards Agency issued a Product Recall Information Notice (PRIN) after the manufacturer Abbott took the precautionary step of recalling batches of two infant formula products due to concern of possible contamination with Salmonella Newport and Cronobacter sakazakii.
The BDA and our partner NHS unions have issued a joint statement in response to a change of position on NHS pay by the Royal College of Nursing (RCN).
After over 19 years as Chief Executive of the British Dietetic Association (BDA), Andy Burman has decided to retire from the role to focus on his external Board and consultancy work.
The BDA condemns the illegal invasion of a sovereign nation and calls for Russia to respect Ukrainian territorial integrity.
Dr Julie Lanigan is Honorary Associate Professor at the UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health. Julie was awarded a BDA Fellowship in 2022. We asked what it means to have won the award.
The BDA welcomes the government’s announcement that COVID-19 vaccinations will no longer be mandatory for dietitians and others working in the NHS.
The BDA has joined forces with other leading NHS unions to urge ministers to act now with a significant wage boost to address the growing NHS staffing crisis.
The Covid Airborne Protection Alliance, which the BDA is a member of, welcomes updated Government guidance on respiratory protective equipment that will help keep healthcare workers, patients and the public safe.
Dietitian and BDA member Lynne Radbone has been awarded an MBE in the 2022 New Year Honours List for her work in neonatal critical care.
Coventry University will begin delivery of the first ever dietetic degree apprenticeship programme this month, after the BDA approved accreditation for the course.
Fiona Moor is an Assistant Professor in Dietetics at Coventry University, who was awarded a BDA Fellowship in 2021. We spoke to Fiona to find out what it means to have won the award.