The provisional running order for the May/June issue of JHND will be as follows: Review article. Green: Barriers and facilitators to undertaking nutritional screening of patients: a systematic review. Nutritional Science. Spearing: Nutritional composition of commonly consumed composite dishes from rural villages in Empangeni, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Lopes: Factors associated with the calibration of a food … Continue reading Coming soon- JHND vol 23 (3)
"The worst system imaginable, except from all the others." An interesting blog about the perils and pitfalls of peer-review, with some consideration of initiatives being tried elsewhere. BioMedCentral
Barker and colleagues have published a pair of papers which document the dietary messages conveyed in British women's magazines between the 1950s and 1990s. The papers are now available on Early View. Nutrition claims in British women's magazines from 1940 to 1955 Background The present study examined dietary messages conveyed in articles and advertising in … Continue reading Early view- Food, nutrition and slimming in British women’s magazines
I have completed my first quarter as editor of JHND and having spent some time reflecting on how things are going, I have to declare myself fairly pleased. It has proved to be a lot of work, but has been immensely satisfying to see the journal go through some changes, which I hope are for … Continue reading A day in the life
Weight loss expectations and body dissatisfaction in young women attempting to lose weight M. Siervo, C. Montagnese, E. Muscariello, E. Evans, B. C. M. Stephan, G. Nasti, A. Papa, E. Iannetti, A. Colantuon BackgroundUnrealistic weight loss expectations (WLEs) and greater body dissatisfaction may be associated with the poor long-term outcomes of dietary and lifestyle weight loss treatments. We evaluated the association between body size, WLEs … Continue reading Early view- Weight loss expectations and body dissatisfaction in young women attempting to lose weight
Have you seen the April issue of JHND? The April edition of JHND is available on the journal website. Contents are: Systematic review of randomised controlled trials of the effects of caffeine or caffeinated drinks on blood glucose concentrations and insulin sensitivity in people with diabetes mellitus (pages 111–125) N. Whitehead and H. White Costing a pilot … Continue reading Have you seen the April issue of JHND?
Sick of impact factorsStephen Curry's great blog post about journal impact factors. Very enjoyable for those with a publishing bent.