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The Nutrition Society Journal Club (NSJC) is a monthly, 1-hour session open to all Nutrition Society members as a free benefit of membership. Each journal club will focus on a recent research paper, and will be led by Dr Bernard Corfe, supported by a team of facilitators including Dr John Brameld, Dr Ruan Elliot, Dr Wendy Hall, Dr Carrie Ruxton and Dr James Thorne, who will host the club on rotation.  Read more about the team.  

With nutrition receiving an increasing amount of interest from policy-makers, the press, and the public, there is a need to advance nutritional science through evidence-based practice and research that meets rigorous scientific standards and is conducted with integrity.

The NSJC therefore aims to promote and develop:

  • Discussion and engagement with the latest research papers
  • Development of critical appraisal skills
  • The interpretation and communication of research findings.

Attendees who participated in NSJC said:

"I enjoy the journal clubs and will definitely be looking to join each month"

"A great way for a student to understand the critiquing of literature and the way in which to communicate such"


Next Journal Club

The June club will be led by Dr Ruan Elliott, 13:00-14:00, 24 June. A recent Paper of the Month from the Society's British Journal of Nutrition which considers whether we can we drink pure fruit juice instead of eating whole fruit will be discussed. Download the paper

Please take the time to read the paper before the club, to maximise your engagement opportunity. To support you in thinking about what questions to ask, you may find the CASP checklists useful, which provide checklists for each study design. 

How to participate? Further information on the logistics of participating within the Journal Club are provided when registering. Read more


Continuing Professional Development (CPD):

The Journal Club has been endorsed by the Association for Nutrition (EN182).


Questions? 

If you have any queries or for further information, please contact the Society's Professional Development Manager.

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