Partnerships and Alliances
About DAA Partnerships
By establishing partnerships, DAA can increase capacity to strengthen our influence in building healthier communities through nutrition. DAA’s vision is to be the leading voice in nutrition and dietetics, particularly around important issues that impact the health of Australians. These issues include obesity, mental health, National Disability Insurance Scheme and a new National Nutrition Policy. DAA advocates across the nutrition spectrum, working with all stakeholders including government, food industry, public health representatives, media and others.
DAA’s partnerships are managed in accordance with the Association’s Partnership Policy. Other related policies of interest are the Policy for Acceptance and Dissemination of Advertising (including trade exhibitions) and DAA’s Endorsement Policy.
The principles underpinning Partnership management at DAA are:
- alignment with DAA Strategic Plan
- alignment of organisational objectives, brand values and image
- appropriate partnership benefits
- value for money
- ethical behaviour and fair dealing
- appropriate activity and association
DAA will not consider partnerships with organisations within or related to food manufacturing and food industry associations or alcohol companies.
All Partnerships support our DAA mission:
Supporting members, advocating for our profession, and building healthier communities.
Education in Nutrition has grown to become an extremely popular online professional development webinar series. Our program curates the latest nutrition information and hot topics from remarkable and talented dietitians and health experts around the world. There are over 30 webinars delivered annually, and each is created with the dietitian’s on-going professional development in mind. Busy dietitians from Australia and internationally come together in one, easily accessible, online space to update and advance their knowledge and clinical practice on a continual and convenient basis. What’s more, viewing these webinars also means dietitians can log CPD hours.
nextmedia publishes Australian Healthy Food Guide magazine – a monthly consumer title designed to help consumers make healthy eating choices. Every issue contains practical advice, dozens of tips and ideas, and healthy recipes with complete nutritional analyses. The content is reliable and credible – with all articles written or reviewed by Accredited Practising Dietitians. For members there is a special subscription price click to subscribe.
AIA Australia is one of the leading life insurers in Australia and has introduced Vitality to the Australian market. Vitality is one of the largest health and wellness programs globally with over 5 million registered members across the US, UK, South Africa and Singapore. Vitality members earn points for completing a Nutrition Assessment with an APD.
Proudly supporting the Guild Insurance Yearly Planner
The Dietitians Association Australia refers members to Guild Insurance for Dietitians Liabilities Insurance, which includes: Breach of Professional Duty as a Dietitian, Public Liability and Goods Sold and Advice on Goods Sold. Guild understands the insurance needs of Dietitians and aims to provide a service that exceeds expectations.
The Australian Trucking Association is the peak body that represents trucking operators. The ATA’s members include major logistics companies, transport industry associations and businesses with leading expertise in truck technology.
The ATA releases Health Fact Sheets to it’s members, promoting better health and well being to it’s members. This April, the ATA covered healthy eating in a fact sheet which has been endorsed by the Dietitains Association of Australia, with information for ATA members about how to find the DAA website and how to contact an APD.
We are thrilled to announce that DAA will be partnering with Network Ten pre-school program, Crocamole, to help raise awareness of good nutrition among Australian children and their parents. DAA will work collaboratively with Crocamole to showcase the foods that Australian kids need for healthy growth and development. You can view the show on tenplay Kids.
Foodbank collects surplus and donated food and groceries from industry and the public to disseminate to over 2,500 front line food relief charities around the country. Foodbank supplies enough food to provide 109,000 meals a day to Australians in need.
Haemochromatosis Australia is he support, advocacy and health promotion group for Australians affected by hereditary haemochromatosis. This common genetic condition can cause people to absorb too much iron from their daily diet. The excess iron is stored in the body and can have serious health impacts. Early detection and treatment mean those at risk can lead a normal life. We work with DAA to raise awareness of the risks of too much iron and the need for medical advice before iron supplementation.
Healthy Kids Association is a non-profit organisation that has been promoting and influencing healthy food choices for children since 1991.
For more than fifty years, the Heart Foundation has been dedicated to saving lives by making a difference to the heart health of all Australians. Donations from the community help us to fund vital research, develop guidelines for health professionals, support patient care and help Australians to live healthier lifestyles. Visit www.heartfoundation.org.au for more information.
Kidney Health Australia is a not for profit organization whose focus is to improve kidney health outcomes which lead to substantial improvements to the quality of life for people with kidney and urinary tract diseases, their families and carers, as well as developing initiatives that reduce the incidence of kidney disease in the Australian community.
SecondBite exists to provide access to fresh, nutritious food for people in need across Australia. SecondBite do this by rescuing and redistributing surplus fresh food through their 1,200 community food program partners; building community capacity in food skills and nutrition and advocating for an end to food insecurity.