Media and Social MediaDietitians Association of Australia 35th National Conference
17-19 May 2018, ICC Sydney, NSW, Australia
Media interested in reporting on research from the Conference, interviewing speakers, or attending Conference sessions should contact:
Maree Hall APD
Dietitians Association of Australia
Telephone: +61 408 482 581
Contact with presenters and interviews can be arranged prior to the Conference.
Conference media updates
Keep up-to-date with media alerts on the Conference as these become available by signing up to our Conference media mailing list. To be placed on this list, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also see our media updates by following @DAA_feed and our hashtag #DAA2018 on Twitter, or by downloading the Conference app.
Be onsite for the Conference to attend sessions and interview speakers. Press passes can be made available for interested media (including Australian-based journalists from print, radio, television and online media outlets) to attend sessions at the conference. To request a press pass, please email email@example.com.
Please note: Issuing of press passes is at the discretion of the Conference Management Committee.
On-site media centre
Interested journalists can use the dedicated on-site media centre. The media centre will be open from 8.00am on Thursday 17 May for the duration of the Conference. Staff from the Dietitians Association of Australia will be on hand to assist with coordinating interviews with speakers and accessing additional information.
Join the online conversation around DAA’s 35th National Conference by:
- Following DAA’s Twitter account: @DAA_feed
- Using our Conference hashtag: #daa2018
- Sharing images with @dietitians_association_aus on Instagram
Share these details with your contacts or through your social media channels. If you’re tweeting or posting about the Conference, please include #daa2018 in all tweets and posts.
Are you presenting at DAA’s National Conference?
If the answer is ‘yes’, we encourage you to list your professional social media details at the end of your Conference presentation, and include the conference hashtag #daa2018.
Etiquette: Social media at DAA’s National Conference
The National Conference social media moderator/s will:
- Delete spam or comments that are off-topic, offensive, untruthful, libellous, threatening, discriminatory or demeaning.
- Reply to comments or posts when appropriate, but cannot reply to all comments or posts.
Users who engage on DAA’s social media channels (such as Twitter) acknowledge that:
- It is their responsibility to keep contributions professional and respectful,
- The information posted by individuals or groups external to DAA represents the opinion of the participants and not necessarily the opinion of DAA,
- Any advertisements (including products and services) that may appear on DAA’s social media channels are independent of DAA, and the presence of these advertisements does not imply endorsement by DAA.
All Trade Exhibitors using social media must comply with our social media guidelines.