08:30 Registration and refreshments
09:20 Welcome and introductions
09:30 Choosing dietary assessment methods
Dr Emma Foster, Lecturer, University of Newcastle
10:30 Minimising error in data collection 1 – Gathering intake data
Dr Kathryn Hart, Lecturer in Nutrition and Dietetics, University of Surrey
12:10 Minimising error in data collection 2 – Conversion nutrient data
Dr Kathryn Hart
13:30 Lunch and one-to-one sessions
14:30 Analysing dietary data: Diet pattern analysis, adjustment for energy intake
Dr Margo Barker, Reader, Food and Nutrition Group, Sheffield Hallam University
16:10 New approaches to dietary assessment
Dr Emma Foster
17:00 Close of day
Accurate reporting of food intake can be challenging and there are many factors that contribute, not least, the method by which the intake is recorded. In this free to access article available here, published in Proceedings of the Nutrition Society journal, Phyllis Stumbo from the University of Iowa explains the history of dietary assessment and reviews digital methods in improving food record accuracy.
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