Journal Club Webinar Series

Announcing the Fall 2021 Journal Club

This is the 18th Journal Club hosted by the JNEB. Based on member interest, the fall series will celebrate the FAO Year of Fruits & Vegetables. Click to view the schedule of webinars and register to attend. The first session in the semester is September 20 at 1 pm ET.

With the UN General Assembly’s designation of 2021 as the International Year of Fruits and Vegetables (IYFV), this series will feature webinars discussing the important role of fruits and vegetables in human nutrition, food security and health.

Webinars are free to SNEB members as a benefit of membership (log in for discount). The Fall Journal Club series is supported by Elsevier. If you are not an SNEB member use the code JNEBJCCOMP to receive free registration as their guest. Participants can receive CPEs by attending these educational webinars.

2021 Spring Series: Nutrition Education Research Methods (10 sessions)

2020 Fall Series: SNEB Nutrition Educator Competencies (10 sessions)
2020 Spring Series: Telling a Research Story: Qualitative Research Design (9 sessions)

2019 Fall Series: Technology in Nutrition Education and Behavior Change (10 sessions)
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)