The BDA's international peer-reviewed journal brings you the latest research, reviews, practice guidelines and discussion papers in the field of nutrition and dietetics. JHND has a high performing impact factor (recently increased from 3.088 to 3.146, the fourth consecutive increase) and is consistently ranked one of the most valued benefits by BDA members.
JHND Online Access
Online JHND access is provided to BDA members free of charge, as part of their membership.
BDA members, please log in to your BDA account using this link then click the button below once logged in, no further logins will be required. If there is no button shown below, please check that you are logged into your account.
This latest feature from JHND gives you the opportunity to tune in and listen to authors discussing their research that has recently been published in the journal.
Wiley Online Library App
The Wiley Online Library App gives you quick and easy access to all of the research, reviews, practice guidelines and discussion papers in JHND.
To get started:
- Download the Wiley Online Library App from IOS or Android
- Select 'Get Access' and choose 'Society Login'
- Search for 'British Dietetic Association'
- Enter your BDA member username/email and password
- Select 'Journals' from the options are the bottom of the app
- Search 'Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics'
- Add JHND to your favourites by clicking the star to the right of the journal
Each issue is labelled with the date of publication, volume and issue number. Click on your chosen issue icon to see the list of published papers in JHND. Published papers are grouped by themes (e.g. Public Health, Clinical Nutrition, Service Evaluation and more...) making it easier for you to locate your chosen topic.
Submissions to JHND
Journal articles are welcomed on:
- clinical nutrition and the practice of therapeutic dietetics
- public health nutrition and nutritional epidemiology
- health promotion and intervention studies and their effectiveness
- food choice and the psychology of eating behaviour
- food intake and nutritional status
- sociology of food intake