Latest Dietitians Association of Australia News

GP, Exercise Physiologist, and Dietitian support program improves wellbeing of complex mental health patients
Nutrition And Diet Action Overlooked In Federal Budget
Budget must include the cost of living healthy and well into the future
Dietitians Are Not Immune To ‘placement Poverty’
Nutrition concerns raised as Australians buy below recommended daily intake of core food groups
Affordable, nutritious food not sweet enough for an election commitment in Tasmania?
“We must consider what we eat and where we source food from,” Dietitians say
Dietitians Australia welcomes the appointment of Magriet Raxworthy as incoming Chief Executive Officer
Limiting children’s exposure to unhealthy food marketing
“Make us more accessible through Medicare,” Dietitians plead
Australia is in the dark on the depths of our household food insecurity crisis
Dietitians ready to support people with disability through the next chapter of the NDIS
Dietitians welcome the release of Australia’s new National Health and Climate Strategy
Dietitians call on the Government to recognise the role of diet for mental health and brain health
Disability advocate and emergency doctor Dr Dinesh Palipana OAM calls on Government to guarantee the nutrition rights of people with disability
Dietitians Australia welcomes new Chief Executive Officer Marco Xuereb
It’s time to do better for First Nation’s nutrition outcomes
Dietitians descend on Melbourne to delve into the nations most pressing nutrition issues
Dietitians behind the push for emphasis on nutrition in Government’s Early Years Strategy
Minister: People with disability deserve continued affordable access to dietitians
Dietitians Australia commends Minister for Aged Care’s momentous aged care nutrition commitment
Nutrition in aged care gets 12.9 million boost
Dietitians: We need to support aged care homes to meet standards
10 things you probably didn’t know about dietitians
Nutrition now has permanent home at Parliament House
Here’s the score: Nutrition is not a clear priority for the major parties in NSW
​​Dietitians Australia welcomes national spotlight on improving support for eating disorders​
Australians deserve more out of Medicare
Fault in our stars: we’re still missing out on nutrition information
Hard pill to swallow: Newly elected Government must focus on future-proofing health of Victorians
New research grades Victorian Government at C+ on preventive health
Little less conversation, little more action’ needed on Australia’s food and nutrition policy
Prime Minister: Aged care residents are still starving
New research shows eating for health and sustainability is cheaper for household budget
All hands on deck to turn mental health numbers around – statement
More spent on prisoners’ food than aged care residents’ food
New strategy supports Australians to eat their way to good health
Dietitians’ welcome permanent telehealth
Oral health and nutrition: collaboration supports better health
Dietitians essential in mental health care
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