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Lookup NU author(s): Dr Carlos Celis Morales,
Dr Jose Lara-Gallegos,
Professor John Mathers
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Improving diet and other lifestyle behaviours has considerable potential for reducing the global burden of non-communicable diseases, promoting better health across the life-course and increasing wellbeing. However, realising this potential will require the development, testing and implementation of much more effective behaviour change interventions than are used conventionally. Evidence-based, personalised (or stratified) interventions which incorporate effective behaviour change techniques (BCT) and which are delivered digitally are likely to be an important route to scalable and sustainable interventions. Progress in developing such interventions will depend on the outcomes of research on: (i) the best bases for personalisation of dietary advice; (ii) identification of BCT which are proven to enhance intervention efficacy; (iii) suitable platforms (digital-based tools) for collection of relevant participant characteristics (e.g. socioeconomic information, current diet and lifestyle and dietary preferences) linked with intelligent systems which use those characteristics to offer tailored feedback and advice in a cost-effective and acceptable manner. Future research should focus on such interventions aiming to reduce health inequalities and to improve overall public health.
Author(s): Celis-Morales C, Lara J, Mathers JC
Publication type: Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)
Publication status: Published
Conference Name: Nurition Society Irish Section Meeting
Year of Conference: 2014
Online publication date: 12/12/2014
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Series Title: Proceedings of the Nutrition Society