The Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior (JNEB), the official peer-reviewed journal of the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior, since 1969, serves as a global resource to advance nutrition education and behavior-related research, practice, and policy. JNEB supports the continued development of diversity, equity, and inclusivity as well as transparency in publishing.
JNEB publishes original research, as well as papers focused on emerging issues, policies, and practices broadly related to nutrition education and behavior. These topics include, but are not limited to, nutrition education interventions, theoretical interpretation of behavior, epidemiology of nutrition and health, food systems, food assistance programs, nutrition and behavior assessment, and public health nutrition. Strategies to implement nutrition education, such as policy, systems, and environmental approaches or technological advances are also considered. Skill development within interventions, such as food procurement and culinary expertise; physical activity partnered with nutrition education; and strategies to reduce food insecurity are valued.
The Editor-in-Chief is responsible for the overall management and production of the content of the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior (JNEB), published online 12 times a year by Elsevier. The Editor-in-Chief provides all services necessary to manage the affairs of the JNEB in a businesslike fashion. The Editor-in-Chief supervises support staff, which currently includes managing editor services, the Senior Associate Editor, Associate Editors, and an Editor Assistant focused on reviews of new resources. The Editor-in-Chief works with Elsevier and its delegates, such as the publisher, journal manager, etc. Finally, the Editor-in-Chief works in collaboration with the Journal Committee (JC) and its subcommittees to review policies and practices related to JNEB.
The Editor-in-Chief also facilitates the growth of JNEB, including but not limited to the following editorial and management services that may, at the Editor-in-Chief’s discretion, be delegated to Associate Editors or other staff:
Applications must include a CV, three professional references (name and contact information only), and a letter of interest. The letter of interest will detail your experiences in publishing, editorial experiences, management and leadership expertise, and address diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) with your perspective and philosophy on DEI in publishing.
For more information about this position, please contact Virginia C. Stage, PhD, RDN (Search Committee chair) at [email protected].