Saturday, August 21, 2010

Accredited Practising Dietitian
Tara Diversi, B.HSc, MS, APD

 Website. taradiversi.com
Twitter. @TaraDiversi
LinkedIn. Tara Diversi

Tara Diversi is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD). She holds a Bachelor of Health Science, Masters of Nutrition and Dietetics, Graduate Diploma of Psychology and Masters of Business Administration majoring in Marketing.

Tara has worked in private practice, public health dietetics, community dietetics and foodservice. She currently lecturers at the University of Sydney, Australia in the Human Nutrition Unit.

Tara is the founding director of Health Management. She promotes positive ‘can do’ attitude and innovation in practice amongst the Health Management team, encouraging them to aim to be the best they can be. She enjoys training, mentoring and supporting health professionals to reach their goals and achieve positive health outcomes.

She is passionate about communication within the health industry and is involved in a range of writing, consulting and speaking work.


Food Personality
Australian Dietitian Tara Diversi talks about what your eating type is.

Tara enjoys all aspects of nutrition but is particularly interested in how food is used to fulfil needs other than nutrition and therefore causes over eating and under eating disorders. She works with eating disorders, weight loss and with women with PCOS and other fertility problems.

Areas of interest
- Corporate Health/Nutrition
- Nutrition in Food Service
- Sports Nutrition
- Aged care nutrition
- School Nutrition
- Nutrition in heat (sports, outdoor, elderly, worksites)

Tara is the convenor of DAA's (Dietitians Association of Australia) Dietitians in the Private Sector Interest Group. Tara has worked with a range of media since becoming a spokesperson in 2005. She was recently awarded with a 'North Queensland Telstra Country Wide Media Award' for Best Editorial for her work on The Cairns Post ‘Lose 2 Win’ campaign. Tara writes a regular column for Hospital and Healthcare magazine.
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