Performing nutrition assessment remotely via telehealth
Nutrition, Food Science and Packaging
Human and Clinical Nutrition | Telemedicine
Nutrition in Clinical Practice
Performing nutrition assessment remotely via telehealth is a topic of significant interest given the global pandemic in 2020 that has necessitated physical distancing and virtual communications. This review presents an evidence-based approach to conducting nutrition assessments remotely. The authors present suggestions for adaptations that can be used to perform a remote nutrition-focused physical exam. Direct-to-consumer technologies that can be used in remote nutrition assessment are discussed and compared. Practice tips for conducting a telehealth visit are also presented. The aim of this publication is to provide interdisciplinary clinicians a set of guidelines and best practices for performing nutrition assessments in the era of telehealth.
direct-to-consumer, e-nutrition, nutrition assessment, nutrition-focused physical examination, physical assessment, remote consultation, technology, telehealth, telenutrition, wearable electronic devices
Kasuen Mauldin, John Gieng, Dania Saarony, and Catherine Hu. "Performing nutrition assessment remotely via telehealth" Nutrition in Clinical Practice (2021). https://doi.org/10.1002/ncp.10682