When it comes to smartphones, are you really smart when it comes to using them to deliver nutritional care?
What about wearable devices – are you taking advantage of the many benefits they can deliver?
No worries — this webinar will get you up to speed, stat.
First, you’ll gain an overview of relevant and useful smartphone apps and devices (e.g., wearables). Then, you’ll take away a new set of skills and knowledge to confidently integrate these technologies within your practice.
With technology moving at the speed of light, you can’t afford to miss this webinar to stay atop your profession.
- Outline key considerations and suitable tools for the selection and appropriate use of apps and wearable devices within dietetic practice.
- Summarise current evidence on the effectiveness of apps and wearable devices.
- Provide examples of quality apps and existing and emerging wearable devices that could be integrated into nutrition care.
Dr Megan Rollo is an early career postdoctoral research fellow and accredited practising dietitian (APD) within the Priority Research Centre in Physical Activity and Nutrition at the University of Newcastle. Megan’s research interests centre on developing and validating new methods for the assessment of dietary intake, in particular smartphone image-based food records. In addition, she has interests in the design and evaluation of innovative uses of interactive technologies to enhance dietetic practice and that support individuals to make and sustain healthy behaviours tailored to different life stages and in the management of chronic disease such as obesity and type 2 diabetes. She also leads the National interest group on nutrition informatics for the Dietitians Association of Australia.