Behaviour Change Resources for Dietitians: A Snapshot of the Requirements of European Dietitians

Julia Barnett, Michelle Harricharan, Raymond Gemen, Laura Fernández Celemín, Anne de Looy

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Abstract

Dietetic practice involves more than just the delivery of weight loss advice. Dietetic
practice is essentially involved in the complex processes of encouraging and supporting behaviour change and maintenance. Recent work on the myPace project has sought to articulate emerging perspectives in behaviour change theory and consider their application to both dietetic practice and the design of digital resources to support dietitians using behaviour change in their practice. We’ll report on work conducted with European dietitians aimed at developing digital behaviour change resources for the dietetic practitioner community.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusUnpublished - 2015
Event9th Annual EFAD-DIETS Conference - Casa400, Amsterdam, UK United Kingdom
Duration: 23 Oct 201524 Oct 2015

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Conference9th Annual EFAD-DIETS Conference
CountryUK United Kingdom
CityAmsterdam
Period23/10/1524/10/15

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Keywords

  • Behaviour change
  • dietitian
  • dietetic practice
  • digital
  • resources

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Barnett, J., Harricharan, M., Gemen, R., Fernández Celemín, L., & de Looy, A. (2015). Behaviour Change Resources for Dietitians: A Snapshot of the Requirements of European Dietitians. Paper presented at 9th Annual EFAD-DIETS Conference, Amsterdam, UK United Kingdom.

Behaviour Change Resources for Dietitians: A Snapshot of the Requirements of European Dietitians. / Barnett, Julia; Harricharan, Michelle; Gemen, Raymond; Fernández Celemín, Laura ; de Looy, Anne.

2015. Paper presented at 9th Annual EFAD-DIETS Conference, Amsterdam, UK United Kingdom.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Barnett, J, Harricharan, M, Gemen, R, Fernández Celemín, L & de Looy, A 2015, 'Behaviour Change Resources for Dietitians: A Snapshot of the Requirements of European Dietitians' Paper presented at 9th Annual EFAD-DIETS Conference, Amsterdam, UK United Kingdom, 23/10/15 - 24/10/15, .
Barnett J, Harricharan M, Gemen R, Fernández Celemín L, de Looy A. Behaviour Change Resources for Dietitians: A Snapshot of the Requirements of European Dietitians. 2015. Paper presented at 9th Annual EFAD-DIETS Conference, Amsterdam, UK United Kingdom.
Barnett, Julia ; Harricharan, Michelle ; Gemen, Raymond ; Fernández Celemín, Laura ; de Looy, Anne. / Behaviour Change Resources for Dietitians: A Snapshot of the Requirements of European Dietitians. Paper presented at 9th Annual EFAD-DIETS Conference, Amsterdam, UK United Kingdom.
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