Reviewers needed!

The journal is currently looking to expand the range of reviewers that we hold on our database. If you feel that you would be a suitable (and willing!) to review for us, please send the following information to Title (Dr, Prof, etc): Name: Primary email address: Affiliation: Keywords: up to 5 words that describe your … Continue reading Reviewers needed!


Coming soon!

The November/December issue of the journal will feature the following articles:CLINICAL NUTRITIONThe Malnutrition Screening Tool versus objective measures to detect malnutrition in hip fracture.  J. J. Bell, J. D. Bauer and S. CapraDevelopment of a low phenolic acid diet for the management of orofacial granulomatosis.  H. E. Campbell, M. P. Escudier, P. Milligan, S. J. … Continue reading Coming soon!

Improving fat quality moderately increases adiponectin levels in T2DM-Ins subjects

Impact of polyunsaturated vegetable oils on adiponectin levels, glycaemia and blood lipids in individuals with type 2 diabetes: a randomised, double-blind intervention studyMullner et al., 2013BackgroundLow adiponectin levels are discussed as risk factor for cardiovascular events. This is of special importance in individuals with type 2 diabetes (T2DM) because they are at higher risk for … Continue reading Improving fat quality moderately increases adiponectin levels in T2DM-Ins subjects

Student learnin…

Student learning and thus assessment is hindered by a number of barriers, including workload demands and case-mix.Work-based assessment: qualitative perspectives of novice nutrition and dietetics educators.Palermo et al.,BackgroundThe assessment of competence for health professionals including nutrition and dietetics professionals in work-based settings is challenging. The present study aimed to explore the experiences of educators involved in … Continue reading Student learnin…