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Digital health is transforming the delivery of health care around the world to meet the growing challenges presented by ageing populations with multiple chronic conditions. Digital health technologies can support the delivery of personalised nutrition care through the standardised Nutrition Care Process (NCP) by using personal data and technology-supported delivery modalities. The digital disruption of traditional dietetic services is occurring worldwide, supporting responsive and high-quality nutrition care. These disruptive technologies include integrated electronic and personal health records, mobile apps, wearables, artificial intelligence and machine learning, conversation agents, chatbots, and social robots. Here, we outline how digital health is disrupting the traditional model of nutrition care delivery and outline the potential for dietitians to not only embrace digital disruption, but also take ownership in shaping it, aiming to enhance patient care. An overview is provided of digital health concepts and disruptive technologies according to the four steps in the NCP: nutrition assessment, diagnosis, intervention, and monitoring and evaluation. It is imperative that dietitians stay abreast of these technological developments and be the leaders of the disruption, not simply subject to it. By doing so, dietitians now, as well as in the future, will maximise their impact and continue to champion evidence-based nutrition practice.
|Number of pages||13|
|Journal||Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics|
|Early online date||27 Oct 2020|
|Publication status||Published - Feb 2021|
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Scholarship of Learning, Teaching, and Workforce Development in Nutrition & Dietetics
Reidlinger, D., Morgan, K., Campbell, K., Isenring, E., Van der Meij, B., Turner, C., Odgers-Jewell, K., Marx, W., Tang, X., Van Herwerden, L. & MacKenzie-Shalders, K.
1/01/14 → 30/06/29
Public health nutrition research
Reidlinger, D., Cox, G., Marshall, S., MacKenzie-Shalders, K., Patterson, P., Campbell, K., Van Herwerden, L., Utter, J., Mayr, H., Tang, X., Van der Meij, B. & Kelly, J.
1/01/14 → 31/01/29