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The DietAdvice website a new innovation for dietitians in clinical practice

Grant


Scheme


  • Development Grant

Abstract


  • Dietary software in the Australian context currently only allows for the nutrient analysis of the dietary assessment conducted by a dietitian, leaving increased amounts of time to be spent manually entering dietary data into a nutrient database. It is applicable to not only the clinical but also to the research setting but in order to commercialise, the product must be able to show reliable and accurate data can be produced. The aim of the research is to further the development of the CAST website leading towards commercialisation for dietitians in clinical practice. The research will primarily focus on testing the reliability and accuracy of the method. By confirming these two attributes there will be a sound basis to commercialise the product.

Date/time Interval


  • 2007

Sponsor Award Id


  • 459127

Local Award Id


  • 9033

Scheme


  • Development Grant

Abstract


  • Dietary software in the Australian context currently only allows for the nutrient analysis of the dietary assessment conducted by a dietitian, leaving increased amounts of time to be spent manually entering dietary data into a nutrient database. It is applicable to not only the clinical but also to the research setting but in order to commercialise, the product must be able to show reliable and accurate data can be produced. The aim of the research is to further the development of the CAST website leading towards commercialisation for dietitians in clinical practice. The research will primarily focus on testing the reliability and accuracy of the method. By confirming these two attributes there will be a sound basis to commercialise the product.

Date/time Interval


  • 2007

Sponsor Award Id


  • 459127

Local Award Id


  • 9033