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Call for Position Paper Topics

As part of SNEB’s strategic plan, our extensive engagement in national issues and the growth of the Journal, we are continuing to solicit topics for position papers. Position papers provide a comprehensive discussion of SNEB’s policy on one or more topics. Containing extensive background information and analysis, position papers provide a more complete understanding of the issues and rationale for the position(s) set forth by the organization.

If you have topic ideas or questions, contact SNEB’s Journal Committee Chair, Rickelle Richards (, and JNEB’s Editor-in-Chief, Lauren Haldeman, PhD (

Call for Papers – Nutrition Education and Older Adults

In addition to an ongoing call for papers, JNEB editors have a special interest in papers on Nutrition Education and Older Adults. Topics include food insecurity, nutrition intervention, social and community support, health care, and nutritional issues and chronic disease.

This call for papers will consider Research Articles, Research Briefs, Reports, Perspectives, Systematic Reviews, Research Methods, and GEMs. Research articles may include evaluation of an intervention, formative research, surveys, or qualitative investigations.

Recent papers published in JNEB on this topic include:

Submit to JNEB through Editorial Manager.

Call for Papers: Nutrition Literacy

The Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior serves as a global resource to advance nutrition education and behavior related research, practice, and policy.

In addition to an ongoing call for papers, JNEB editors have a special interest in papers on Nutrition Literacy due to its emergence as a crucial tool for individual well-being, as noted in the new journal editorial, Separating Fact from Fiction: Enhancing Nutrition Literacy to Navigate Healthy Eating Decisions (link). Topics of interest include:

  • Assessment of nutrition literacy
  • Impact of nutrition literacy on diet quality
  • Nutrition literacy across the lifecycle
  •  Influence of social media on nutrition literacy and nutrition decisions
  • Programs and interventions addressing nutrition literacy among various populations.

Recent papers include:

  •  Gibbs, H. D., Ellerbeck, E. F., Gajewski, B., Zhang, C., & Sullivan, D. K. (2018). The nutrition literacy assessment instrument is a valid and reliable measure of nutrition literacy in adults with chronic disease. Journal of nutrition education and behavior50(3), 247-257.
  • McNamara, J., Kunicki, Z. J., Neptune, L., Parsons, K., & Byrd-Bredbenner, C. (2022). Development and validation of the young adult nutrition literacy tool. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior54(7), 691-701.
  • Marchello, N. J., Daley, C. M., Sullivan, D. K., Nelson-Brantley, H. V., Hu, J., & Gibbs, H. D. (2021). Nutrition literacy tailored interventions may improve diet behaviors in outpatient nutrition clinics. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior53(12), 1048-1054.
  • Azevedo, J., Padrão, P., Gregório, M. J., Almeida, C., Moutinho, N., Lien, N., & Barros, R. (2019). A web-based gamification program to improve nutrition literacy in families of 3-to 5-year-old children: the nutriscience project. Journal of nutrition education and behavior51(3), 326-334..

Submit to JNEB through Editorial Manager.