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The British Dietetic Association
Description: 

The BDA is the only body in the UK representing the whole of the dietetic workforce. We are a trade union and professional body representing the professional, educational, public and workplace interests of our members.

Founded in 1936, we are one of the oldest and most experienced dietetic organisations in the world. Membership is open to anyone working in dietetics, in nutrition, or who has an interest in diet or food, throughout the world. We represent the whole of the dietetic workforce - practitioners, researchers, educators, support workers and students.

Main trades: 
Health - private sector
Health - public sector
Membership: 
Male 437 | Female 8,126 | Total 8,563
Employers represented include: 

NHS, Private health sector

Tel: 
0121 200 8021
Fax: 
0121 200 8081
Address:
Charles House
148/149 Great Charles Street
Queensway
Birmingham
B3 3HT
General secretary: 
Head of employment relations: Annette Mansell-Green
Membership benefits: 

As both a professional body and trade union, we’ve worked hard to provide our members with tangible bespoke benefits and services (worth over £1,600) to cater for their professional needs. These benefits and services cover a wide range of areas including representative and legal, education and professional development, resources, promotion, events and saving our members' money.

Cost: 

Full Membership: £288
Associate Membership (DSW Band 5+): £144
Associate Membership (DSW Band 4): £98
Associate Membership (SENr): £137
Alliance Membership: £144
Student Membership: First year free, additional years £35

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