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 Aims and Scope

Special Journal of Public Health, Nutrition and Dietetics is a bi-annual peer-reviewed, journal with a mandate to publish, open and free access, high manuscript throughput, high quality, reliable, novel, affordable, accessible, available, and science-based amenable novel research papers for global stakeholders with emphasis on resource-limited settings.

Special Journal of Public Health, Nutrition and Dietetics is expected to be a profoundly significant database for healthcare professionals with an emphasis on those with expertise in:

  • Biostatics,
  • Community public Health,
  • Epidemiology,
  • environmental Public Health,
  • Global Public Health,
  • Public Health policy,
  • Public Health promotion,
  • Maternal and Child Health,
  • Minority Health,
  • Health disparities,
  • Social and Behavioral Health experts and
  • emergency Public Health emergencies
  • Challenges in Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Food quality
  • Research advances in Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Nutritional Science
  • Epidemiology of food and Nutritional Challenges

The central aim is to provide an information center of excellence in Public Health, Nutrition, and Dietetics for all stakeholders with special emphasis on developing country settings.

This Public Health, Nutrition, and Dietetics database should serve as a quick reference resource that will work in tandem with the expertise of stakeholders and professionals in healthcare provision. It should also strengthen their capacity to achieve the long terms sustainable development goals in diagnostic and preventive medicine

The scope of the Special Journal of Public Health, Nutrition, and Dietetics [SJ-PND] includes the publication of manuscripts with details on Public Health, Nutrition, and Dietetics that ultimately improves the living conditions and life expectancies of the general population.

To achieve these objectives in view of the fact that making decisions on what to include and exclude is challenging it is the authors’ job to demonstrate why their manuscript should be published. It is the publisher’s role to demonstrate why public health stakeholders and the general public should read manuscripts published in the publisher’s database.

The scope of the Special Journal of Public Health, Nutrition, and Dietetics [SJ-PND] is to publish peer-reviewed Nutrition articles from researchers, in academics, industries, government and non-governmental organizations, and public and private sectors respectively.

Public Health Scope

Manuscripts quality assurance

In order to have the most possible influence on stakeholders, the Special Journal of Public Health, Nutrition, and Dietetics [SJ-PND] will publish submissions that include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Papers that Use the health position of observers to find a solution to community health concerns
  • Identifies and investigates health concerns and health dangers in the general population.
  • People are made aware of, educated about, and authorized on health-related issues.
  • Health concerns are being identified and resolved through community collaborations and activities led by Muster.
  • Develops policies and plans to assist individuals and communities in their attempts to improve their health.
  • Enforces laws and regulations that are designed to protect the public’s health and safety.
  • Connects people to preferred individual services and ensures that they are available on a consistent basis.
  • The availability of qualified public and personal health care workers.
    Individual and population-based health services are evaluated for their efficiency, approachability, and overall quality.
  • Studies in search of new insights and innovative solutions to health-related difficulties
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Special Journal of Public Health, Nutrition, and Dietetics [SJ-PND] publishes accepted manuscripts under the following but not limited to the following eleven subheadings

1. Biostatistics scope

An article submitted to the Special Journal of Public Health, Nutrition, and Dietetics [SJ-PND] will be considered for publication under the category of Biostatistics, which is concerned with the analysis of data and its application to health care. In addition, manuscripts should demonstrate how models can be used to track the health of a population and discover patterns, such as in clinical trials, genomic projects, and spatial studies that seek to determine how geography affects health and risk factors, among other things.

2. Public health Epidemiology scope

Submitted manuscripts in the category of Epidemiology will be published in the Special Journal of Public Health, Nutrition, and Dietetics [SJ-PND].

Epidemiology is concerned with the surveillance and transmission of diseases in order to understand their causes and develop treatments. in addition to underlining the complicated elements associated with socio-economic and educational factors that can contribute to public health hazards. Specific information on how to apply this knowledge to develop an effective response during an intervention is especially valued in manuscripts.

3. Community and Environmental public health

In the community health section of the Special Journal of Public Health, Nutrition, and Dietetics [SJ-PND], manuscripts will be published that address a variety of factors that can influence the overall health of a community or region, including but not limited to socioeconomic factors; cultural factors; mental factors; and physical factors.

Special Journal of Public Health, Nutrition, and Dietetics [SJ-PND]  will publish manuscripts under the heading Environmental health, which includes topics such as indoor and outdoor pollution, climate change, and electromagnetic fields, including but not limited to water quality that can affect a population’s health. Other factors such as neighborhood safety, political empowerment, and socioeconomic factors will also be taken into consideration when publishing manuscripts under this heading.

4. Health Promotion and Communication

Submitted manuscripts under the category of health promotion and communication will be published in the Special Journal of Public Health, Nutrition, and Dietetics [SJ-PND], which will focus on communication skills and marketing techniques in the fields of public health and public relations. The texts may provide detailed instructions on how to design and manage wellness programs, establish marketing campaigns, complete grant applications, and collaborate with a team to produce a holistic response to a health condition or crisis.

5. Maternal and child health scope

In the section on Maternal and Child health [SJ-PND], manuscripts will be published that deal with issues such as reproductive health and infant care, as well as how to best protect the health of mothers and their children. This includes, but is not limited to, knowledge of the social factors that influence the health habits of mothers, as well as knowledge of the fundamentals of child development, birth outcomes, and adolescent mental health, among other things.

6. Social and behavioral health.

SJ-PND [Special Journal of Public Health, Nutrition, and Dietetics] will publish publications that fall within the category of social and behavioral health. This course examines the social forces that have an impact on a person’s general health, as well as how individual mental processes can have an impact on health. It is possible that many of the abandoned or neglected health treatments are linked to a connection between the intervention project and the general population, which clearly illustrates the hole produced by the absence of social and behavioral health in the intervention. Particularly encouraged are manuscripts that link these stakeholders to the social and behavioral sciences.

7. Miscellaneous

Under this heading, we will accept and publish emerging public health topics and emergencies such as but not limited to:

  1. Prediabetes in Children
  2. The resurgence of diseases – where did we go wrong?
  3. Where is HIV now after over 4 decades of global devastation?
  4. Has Ebola and other related hemorrhagic diseases gone?
  5. How prepared are we for the next global pandemic after COVID-19
  6. Menace of global drug problems
  7. Social Media and the health care professionals
  8. Pros and cons of Bioterrorism
  9.  Oil spillage and explorations and community health
  10. Teenage and vulnerable groups addictions
  11. Need for the global health task force
  12. Sex abuse and STD
  13. Elderly cognitive health and management
  14. Youth violence and the healthcare
  15. Vitamin D and the elderly

Minority health and health inequalities are topics include Understanding why there is unequal access to health care and then demonstrating how it can be reduced and better distributed to improve health knowledge among less privileged communities will be addressed

Articles pertaining to health policies will be published under the heading “Health Policies,” which will include topics such as economics, politics, management, finance, law, ethics, and health care. Using implementation research ideas as a foundation, the checklist for approving submissions under this section was developed.

Global health is a topic  deals with how to combine research and education to serve populations all over the world, including ways to eliminate health disparities, improve access to care, and foster public health policies that encourage healthy habits.

Nutrition and Dietetics Scope

1. Research Advances and Challenges

It is acceptable to report on advances and problems in the field of food and nutrition because they are within the scope of this publication. As well as traditional articles dealing with nutritional and food issues in plants and animals, we will accept and publish innovative articles dealing with nutritional and food issues in humans and animals because we believe that this will provide comprehensive knowledge that will enhance our ability to meet the challenges of food and nutrition in the twenty-first century.

All manuscripts that deal with food security, good health, food production, quality of local food commonly consumed by the general public, regulation of the amount of food consumed per unit of time, public awareness of the value of natural and locally grown food, toxic effects of some foods, or any other aspect of food and nutrition will be considered.

2. Broad thematic areas

Subject  areas in Nutrition and Dietetics which are within the scope of this journal include, but are not limited to the following topics

  1. Attitudes to Food and Nutrition
  2. Consumer Choice, Preferences, and Concerns
  3. Diet and the Elderly
  4. Diet and Young People
  5. Family Health and Welfare
  6. Food Anthropology and Gastronomy
  7. Food Policy
  8. Food Preparation and Contamination
  9. Food Safety and Hygiene
  10. Food Systems
  11. Government Initiatives
  12. Growth and New Developments in Vegetarian Diets
  13. Healthy Eating Initiatives
  14. Low Carbohydrate Diets

3. Nutrition

  1. Malnutrition
  2. Managing Nutrition Transitions
  3. Marketing, Distribution, and Legislative Issues
  4. Novel Foods
  5. Nutrition and Food Production
  6. Nutrition, Social Status, and health
  7. Nutritional Education
  8. Nutritional Value of Fast Foods
  9. Social Aspects of Nutrition
  10. Sports Nutrition

4. Food Science and Dietetics

  1. Chemistry of food and its biochemical interactions
  2. Food microbiology, safety, and risk assessment
  3. Safety and security analysis of global food supplies
  4. Food preservation, storage, and hurdle technology
  5. Food toxicology
  6. Engineering of food processing technologies
  7. Handling and packaging of foods

5. Food Quality and Dietetics

  1. Quality assurance of food products
  2. Biotechnology as it relates to food production and processing
  3. Food oral processing, rheology, and other texture related studies
  4. Sensory and consumer science
  5. Enology and fermentation technology
  6. Health claims
  7. Agriculture research on plant production, utilization, biomass,
    and the environment
  8. Metabolic, molecular, and genetic mechanisms of nutrients
  9. Bioavailability and disease prevention
  10. Nutritional methodologies and modeling
  11. Nutritional methodologies and modeling
  12. Community and international nutrition

6. Nutritional Epidemiologies and Dietetics

  1. Nutritional epidemiology and clinical nutrition
  2. Nutrients in growth, development, and reproduction
  3. Nutrition in medical management
  4. Nutrition-related behaviors
  5. Nutritional toxicity
  6. Nutritional genomics
  7. Plant and animal nutrition
  8. Aging and age-related degeneration
  9. Dietetics

7. Nutrition, Dietetics, and Food Science

  1. Nutrition and Food Science
  2. Nutritional Disorders
  3. Vitamin & mineral nutrition- Current research
  4. Carbohydrate and protein nutrition
  5. Sensory evaluations of food
  6. Pediatric Nutrition
  7. Food Preservation and Quality Control
  8. Food Technology Applications
  9. Agri-Biotechnology

8. Food Processing Industries

  1. Food Processing Industries
  2. Nutrigenetics and nutrigenomics
  3. Organic nutrition
  4. Applications of nanotechnology in food and nutrition
  5. Food Processing and Engineering
  6. Food Security and Challenges
  7. Food Regulatory Affairs
  8. Current Research in Food Science and Technology


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