Publications & Resources
DAA has numerous publications and resources available. Some items are available to the public, others are for members only. Below you will find resources that are freely available and available for purchase.
Professional and Nutrition resources available for free download
Nutrition intervention by Accredited Practising Dietitians (APDs) can considerably improve patient outcomes. This poster lists 36 conditions / diagnoses, indications for referral and patient health benefits seen when an APD is involved in nutritional management of their condition.
Developed by DAA and Speech Pathology Australia, this poster is a visual representation of the Australian standards for texture modified foods and fluids.
To accompany the poster is the Nutrition and Dietetics supplement: A scale for modified fluids and a scale for texture-modified foods: Australian Standardised Terminology and Definitions for Texture Modified Foods and Fluids
This DAA project reviewed the top line literature related to nutrition and menu planning in residential Aged Care Facilities and investigated stakeholder interviews on the possible development of national planning standards. The project report was published online in 2012
The DAA Nutrition Support Interest Group has developed this manual for dietitians and other health care professionals who need a practical resource for managing enteral nutrition support.
Nutrition and Hydration Policy Support Handbook for Acute Adult Inpatient Setting (under review)
The SA Chapter of DAA’s Nutrition Support Interest Group has developed this policy support document to provide guidelines for dietitians and other health professionals to develop local or state level nutrition and hydration policies and/or standards.
The DAA Nutrition Support Interest Group has developed this manual for dietitians and other health care professionals who need a practical resource for managing parenteral nutrition support.
This manual was developed for the purpose of guiding the reviewers undertaking the Review of the evidence to address targeted questions to inform the revision of the Australian Dietary Guidelines.
These resources have been developed to assist in the calculation and advocacy of Renal Dietitians in renal services and departments in Australia and New Zealand. They are suitable to be used by Renal APDs and Managers of Renal Services or Managers of Nutrition and Dietetics Departments.
This document outlines the considerations that are needed when providing telehealth or technology-based clinical consultations.
Developed by the DAA Food and Environment Interest Group, the resource includes tips to assist in reducing food waste, including the planning and purchasing of food, storage, food preparation, managing leftovers, and reusing, repurposing and recycling excess food and food waste.