Nutrition research informs consumer eating habits, public policy, healthcare practice decisions and research agenda development. Yet, virtually every individual scientific study has limitations in design and methodology. The authors of a new analysis, “Using risk of bias domains to identify opportunities for improvement in food- and nutrition-related research,” examined these limitations to identify ways to improve scientific methods and in turn, research quality, in the future.
This work was supported by the ILSI North America Assembly on Scientific Integrity. Learn more about ILSI North America’s work and commitment to Scientific Integrity.