The University of Queensland, in collaboration with Children’s Health Queensland, has developed a digital tool to predict childhood obesity, called i-PATHWAY. Clinicians can use i-PATHWAY with infants to accurately predict risk of future childhood obesity.
We are looking for clinicians (who currently see infants aged 0-2 years) to complete a short survey (5 minutes) about:
• What are enablers for using i-PATHWAY in practice?
• What barriers would exist to using i-PATHWAY in practice?
You can help shape how i-PATHWAY is used in clinical practice! Complete the survey now: https://survey.app.uq.edu.au/iPATHWAY1.survey.