Latest Dietitians Association of Australia News

It’s time for action: improving food security in remote communities
Food a human-rights issue for people with disability
Promising changes ahead for older Australians
Food security essential for remote communities to thrive
Stronger together: reducing racism in healthcare organisations
Feeding good mental health is key for young Australians
Do not forget food: essential ingredient in health and wellbeing of older Australians
Continuing telehealth is essential to keep Australians connected to healthcare
Digesting rest: meal quality and timing linked with better sleep in female AFL players
Virtual Reality: Interning at World Health Organization during a pandemic
Weight of evidence supports continuation of telehealth
Medicare co-payments for telehealth services – a vital requirement for allied health
Dietitians are now available for consultations via video conference and phone appointments
Dietitians call for sensible shopping at supermarket
Critical need for a national residential aged care malnutrition audit
Making right sugar choices this Smart Eating Week
Dietitians equip Australians with skills to make Smart Eating choices
Adequate iron intake: a key nutrient to Closing Gap
New President welcomed to Dietitians Association of Australia Board
Malnutrition in aged care: one quarter of submissions just tip of iceberg
A National Nutrition Policy: a recipe to create a healthy, hunger free nation
Leading charity’s recommendations worth taking to heart
Nutrition for under-2’s: understanding intake for life-long health
Providing cultural care: meeting nutrition needs of Indigenous Elders
Mistreatment results in malnutrition: faceless abuser in aged care