Investigating the relationship between diet and risk factors for chronic diseases is the basis of many dietary clinical trials and public health nutrition research.
However, the poor adherence to medications, differences in dietary behaviors, and the complexity of nutritional interventions have significant implications on the outcomes of both therapeutic and preventive nutrition trials.
Avicenna provides a flexible solution that allows researchers to collect information about individuals’ habits and dietary routines, and implement interventions based on the collected data.
Design close-ended surveys such as food frequency questionnaires, or open-ended surveys such as dietary recall, in a few simple steps to assess the dietary intake objectively.
Take advantage of Avicenna seamless integration with the Automated Self-Administered 24-hour (ASA24®) dietary assessment tool to collect dietary information directly from participants.
Gain a better understanding on how daily routine impacts individual dietary behavior. Leverage Avicenna's Time Diary feature to seamlessly collect information on time-use, and integrate that with data on subjects' dietary intake.
Implement personalized interventions based on the sensor data and survey responses. You can configure the interventions to be prompted dynamically, based on participants’ dietary behaviors, and also their content to be adjusted accordingly, all within a user-friendly participant app.
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