BANT is delighted to announce the launch of its new look website which has been completely overhauled and updated as part of BANT’s continued drive to improve standards and raise the public profile of nutritional therapy.
The site has been redesigned to better support members through the much improved members area, easier searching and integrated social media and news feeds. The biggest change however is the public facing element of the site that can be used by the media, health professionals and the general public who want to find out more about nutritional therapy and Registered Nutritional Therapists.
A new feature on the website is the newly launched Centre of Excellence which includes educational tools such as webinars and the learning zone, knowledge sharing resources such as nutrition articles and business and PR toolkits, and access to evidence based databases. This will grow as the Centre of Excellence develops.
The new site also has an improved CPD logging area, better practitioner search tool, easy to navigate portal of useful information and data – which will be regularly added to – and that is naming just a few features.
BANT Chair Miguel Toribio-Mateas said: “It has taken months of hard work from our volunteers, Council members and consultants to get us here today, but it was worth it. I am proud to launch the new look website which is a huge improvement for members but now will also support the other great work that is being done on media engagement and, moving forward, the new Centre of Excellence. This takes us another step closer to BANT’s vision of professional excellence in the practise of nutritional therapy.
“The process of updating and improving the content will be ongoing as we strive to ensure we are providing members, health professionals, the public and media with insightful and useful support and information on our profession.”