We encourage interesting and lively discussion and embrace the opinions of our followers. Our social media policy is a set of principles we use to protect our online community.
We love conversations with our members, the public and other key groups across our social media platforms. We’re grateful to have an ever-growing number of followers. And it’s no surprise, given nutrition is such a hot topic online — everybody eats!
Social media principles
- We will not respond to spam or comments that are off-topic, offensive, untruthful, defamatory, threatening, discriminatory or demeaning.
- We may delete your comments if it goes against our social media guidelines. We may also consider blocking your account.
- We respect that everyone has different opinions, and we encourage lively discussions. But, if your opinion doesn’t relate to our post or conversation, or if we feel you are trying to hijack the conversation, we may remove it. Please save these posts for your own pages.
- We ask that you respect our point of view. If you strongly disagree with what we stand for and consistently dislike our content, please feel free to ‘unlike’ or ‘unfollow’ our pages.
- Posts that appear on our pages but were not shared by us, represent the opinions of those posting, not Dietitians Australia.
- The quickest way to contact Dietitians Australia is to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will remove unsolicited advertising from our social media pages, where possible.
We offer advertising opportunities on our platforms to support our members. We can help get the word out about:
- available jobs
- products or services
- other opportunities
For more information read about our advertising opportunities.
Get in touch
We welcome your questions and will help in any way we can.
We may refer you to an Accredited Practicing Dietitian for specific dietetic questions. They can help give you informed and up-to-date advice.