Development and evaluation of the Oxford WebQ, a low-cost, web-based method for assessment of previous 24 h dietary intakes in large-scale prospective studies.

@article{Liu2011DevelopmentAE,
  title={Development and evaluation of the Oxford WebQ, a low-cost, web-based method for assessment of previous 24 h dietary intakes in large-scale prospective studies.},
  author={Bette Liu and Heather Young and Francesca L. Crowe and Victoria S Benson and Elizabeth A Spencer and Timothy J Key and Paul N. Appleby and Valerie Beral},
  journal={Public health nutrition},
  year={2011},
  volume={14 11},
  pages={1998-2005}
}
OBJECTIVES To describe the development of the Oxford WebQ, a web-based 24 h dietary assessment tool developed for repeated administration in large prospective studies; and to report the preliminary assessment of its performance for estimating nutrient intakes. DESIGN We developed the Oxford WebQ by repeated testing until it was sufficiently comprehensive and easy to use. For the latest version, we compared nutrient intakes from volunteers who completed both the Oxford WebQ and an interviewer… CONTINUE READING

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