Journal Club Webinar Series

Announcing the Fall 2016 Journal Club

This is the eighth in a series that JNEB is holding a Journal Club.  Based on member interest, the fall series will focus on the topic of Health behaviors across the lifespan: Education, theory, and policy. The series is anticipated begins September 12 and be held each Monday at 12 noon ET.

The webinars will host nutrition education and health behavior experts who will share their research that uses education, theory and/or a policy approaches focused on improving the health of individuals across the lifespan.  These informative educational workshops will provide valuable learning opportunities for participants to learn the latest hot topics in the nutrition and health field.  Participants can also receive CPEs by attending these educational webinars.

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9/12 @ 12 pm ET
Christopher M. Wharton, PhD, Arizona State University and Carol Johnston, PhD, RD
Dietary Self-Monitoring, But Not Dietary Quality, Improves With Use of Smartphone App Technology in an 8-Week Weight Loss Trial

9/19 @ 12 pm ET
Paula DN Dworatzek, PhD RD, and June Mathews, PhD, Western University
University Students Intend to Eat Better but Lack Coping Self-Efficacy and Knowledge of Dietary Recommendations

10/3 @ 12 pm ET
Paul Rozin, PhD, University of Pennsylvania and Naomi Arbit, MA, MAPP, PhD Candidate, Teachers College
The Meaning of Food in Our Lives: A Cross-Cultural Perspective on Eating and Well-Being

10/10 @ 12 pm ET
Jennifer Utter, PhD, School of Population Health, University of Auckland
Adolescent Cooking Abilities and Behaviors: Associations With Nutrition and Emotional Well-Being

10/24 @ 12 pm ET
Amber Hromi-Fiedler, PhD, MPH, Yale University
Barriers and Facilitators to Improve Fruit and Vegetable Intake Among WIC-Eligible Pregnant Latinas: An Application of the Health Action Process Approach Framework

11/7 @ 12 pm ET
Carly R. Pacanowski, PhD, RD, University of Minnesota
Self-Weighing Throughout Adolescence and Young Adulthood: Implications for Well-Being

11/21 @ 12 pm ET
Jerica M. Berge, Ph.D., MPH, LMFT, CFLE, University of Minnesota Medical School
A Qualitative Investigation of Parents' Perspectives About Feeding Practices With Siblings Among Racially/Ethnically and Socioeconomically Diverse Households

11/28 @ 12 pm ET
Megan M. Patton-López, PhD, RD, Benton County Health Services
Prevalence and Correlates of Food Insecurity Among Students Attending a Midsize Rural University in Oregon

12/5 @ 12 pm ET
Marla Reicks, PhD, RD, and Megan Kocher, University of Minnesota & Julie Reeder, PhD, MPH, CHES, Oregon Health Authority
Impact of Cooking and Home Food Preparation Interventions Among Adults: Outcomes and Implications for Future Programs



2016 Spring Semester | Lessons Learned from Development and Implementation of Behavioral Nutrition Interventions (10 sessions)

2015 Fall Semester  | Survey Design and Validation in Nutrition Education and Behavior Research (8 sessions)

2015 Spring Semester | Statistical Methodology in Nutrition Education Research (12 sessions)

2014 Fall Semester  | Nutrition Environments and Shaping Behavior (12 sessions)

2014 Spring Semester  | Media, Marketing and Labels (10 sessions)

2013 Fall Semester  | Schools and Nutrition: Environment, Interventions and Policy (11 sessions)

2013 Spring Semester  | Childhood Obesity (10 sessions)