Users, uses and effects of social media in dietetic practice: a scoping review of the quantitative and qualitative evidence

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Description: For the purpose of this study, social media in dietetic practice is defined as social media focused on nutrition topics and written by a registered dietitian. Using the scoping review methodology, we aim to: (1) map the literature on social media in dietetic practice; (2) document who use those social media and (3) for what purposes; (4) document the effects of interventions using those social media on knowledge, attitude, dietary intakes and behaviours, and biomarkers; (5) identify barriers and facilitators that could affect the use of those social media by users; (6) identify gaps in the literature to inform future research.

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