Journal Club Webinar Series

Announcing the Fall 2019 Journal Club

This is the 14th Journal Club hosted by the JNEB. Based on member interest, the fall series will focus on the topic of Technology in Nutrition Education and Behavior Change.

The webinars will host nutrition education and health behavior experts who will share their behavioral intervention and program research that uses a variety of study design and methods of application to improve health outcomes in the population. These informative educational workshops will provide valuable learning opportunities for participants to learn the latest hot topics and study design methods in the nutrition and health field. Participants can also receive CPEs by attending these educational webinars.

Journal Club 6: Changing Diet and Physical Activity in Nurses: A Pilot Study and Process Evaluation Highlighting Challenges in Workplace Health Promotion
Journal Club 7: Tele-Motivational Interviewing for Cancer Survivors: Feasibility, Preliminary Efficacy, and Lessons Learned
Journal Club 8: Validity and Reliability of Behavior and Theory-Based Psychosocial Determinants Measures, Using Audience Response System Technology in Urban Upper-Elementary Schoolchildren
Journal Club 9: Evaluation and Lessons Learned From the Development and Implementation of an Online Prenatal Nutrition Training for EFNEP Paraprofessionals
Journal Club 10: Body Quest Parent: A Text Message Parent Education Intervention to Supplement a School-Based Obesity Prevention Initiative for Third-Graders


2019 Spring Series: Environmental Sustainability and Food Security (10 sessions)

2018 Fall Series: Research, Evaluation and Practice: Analysis to Impact Behavior Change (8 sessions)
2018 Spring Series: Health Disparities: Meeting the Nutritional Needs of Vulnerable Populations (10 sessions)

2017 Fall Semester: Nutrition Education and Lifestyle Interventions/Programs: Study Design and Methods of Application (9 sessions)
2017 Spring Semester: Policies, Systems, and Environmental Change Initiatives/Programs to Improve Health (10 sessions)

2016 Fall Semester: Health Behaviors across the Lifespan: Education, Theory, and Policy (10 sessions)
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)