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Feminist Nutrition Interventions in Cardiac Rehabilitation

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Reconsidering nutrition for women in cardiac rehabilitation through feminist design practices

Feminist Nutrition Interventions in Cardiac Rehabilitation considers the gender disparity in cardiac rehabilitation. It is a platform introducing intuitive eating in which women are supported in re-meeting their bodies. A chatbot function supports women while they learn to tune back into hunger and fullness cues, using the hunger scale to foster trust in the intuitive knowing of their own bodies. It intends to spark critical conversation about the ethics and impact that nutrition tracking interventions have on the women they are designed for, and how technologies can instead become champions of feminist liberation.

Daisy O’Neill

  • Daisy O’Neill

    Daisy O’Neill

    Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e)

    I am a PhD candidate and design researcher working to improve the future of healthcare for all. I see technology-based, personalized care empowering patients to feel increased ownership over their healthcare, and supporting healthcare professionals in delivering the quality they strive for at scale. more

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