Abstracts from the 19th World Congress of the

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OBES SURG (2014) 24:1136–1378 DOI 10.1007/s11695-014-1292-0

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Abstracts from the 19th World Congress of the International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity & Metabolic Disorders (IFSO), Montreal, Canada 26–30 August 2014

ORAL PRESENTATIONS O.001 DIETARY ASSESSMENT PRACTICES AND USE OF RELATED MOBILE APPS AND WEBSITES IN INTERDISCIPLINARY PRIMARY CARE: A MIXED METHODS STUDY PRESENTER: C. Bonilla1 Co-authors: P.M. Brauer1, D. Royall1, H. Keller2, R. Hanning2, A. DiCenso3 1

University of Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada 3 McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada 2

Introduction: Nutrition care is part of the management of most prevalent chronic conditions, including obesity. Diet assessment (DA) is a key part of the overall assessment of nutritional status. A number of challenges exist in conducting DA, and electronic DA (e-DA) tools within mobile apps or Websites can potentially improve the accuracy and efficiency of DA. Objectives: To explore DA practices and use of e-DA tools by health providers in Ontario Family Health Teams (FHTs). Methods: A mixed-method sequential design with interdisciplinary focus groups and a Web-based survey to explore current practice, facilitators and barriers to use of e-DA. Results: Eleven focus groups with 50 health providers identified important themes: 1) diet assessment as an interdisciplinary activity, 2) improving patient’s eating habits, 3) improving quality of diet assessment and 4) integrating e-DA tools into the care process. In the web-survey of 191 respondents from nine disciplines in 89 FHTs, 64 % conducted DA “every day” with various DA methods. Dietitians reported greater use of e-DA than other health providers (63 % vs. 19 %; p