Key Journals

Here are a few of the key journals to find nutrition and public health information relevant to the Pacific Islands. For a list of Key research papers and articles click here or search on PubMed.

Pacific Health Dialogue

Pacific Health Dialog

Pacific Health Dialogue of community health and clinical medicine for the Pacific Region is the only Medline listed health journal for the Pacific Islands. With a different theme for each edition, you can access all articles since 1994 free of charge here.

Asia Pacific Journal Clinical

Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health/ Clinical Nutrition

The Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health publishes original articles on public health related issues in the region while the Journal of Clinical Nutrition aims to promote education and training of nutrition professionals in the region by publishing original research and reviews on nutrition related topics.


Deakin University + Fiji School of Medicine

The Pacific Research Center for the Prevention of Obesity and Non- Communicable Diseases (C-POND) is a collaborative research center between the School of Medicine, College of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, Fiji National University and Deakin University (WHO Collaborating Centre for Obesity Prevention). Situated in the Tamavua campus in Suva, Fiji, learn more about C-POND here.

Pacific Journal Medicine Science

Pacific Journal of Medical Science

A multidisciplinary journal for publication of medical and biomedical research findings on issues pertinent to improving family health and related issues of public health. Access all articles free of charge here.


The FJPH, is a Fiji based Journal published for Public Health practitioners, public health researchers, clinicians and all allied health practitioners. It provides evidence-based information and analysis to enable evidence-based decisions concerning health and health services to ensure better health for all.

Nutrition and dietics

Nutrition and Dietetics is the official Journal of the Australian Dietetics Association reporting on all aspects of food, nutrition and dietetics. Nutrition & Dietetics publishes original research, methodology analyses, research reviews, book reviews and much more. The Journal aims to keep health professionals abreast of current knowledge on human nutrition and diet, and accepts contributions from around the world.

The World Health Organisation is the world's leading authority on evidence-based nutrition and health information. To help you navigate, research and implement this information they’ve developed three innovative information programs.



Global database on the implementation of Nutrition Action

Launched in 2012 Gina contains valuable information on the implementation of nutrition policies and interventions. It also provides the opportunity for you to interact and share program information and lessons learned. GINA allows you to map nutrition policies and action, link these with nutrition status indicators, monitor implementation of nutrition actions as well as identify overlaps and gaps and action, link these with nutrition status indicators, monitor implementation of nutrition actions as well as identify overlaps and gaps.



e-Library of Evidence for Nutrition Action

eLENA is an online WHO Library of evidence-informed guidance for nutrition interventions. It’s the single point of reference for the latest nutrition guidelines, recommendations and related information to help countries successfully scale-up and implement nutrition interventions and supportive policies. Search by health condition, nutrient or intervention type.



Nutrition Landscape Information System

The NLiS system brings together all existing WHO Global Nutrition Databases, as well as existing food and nutrition-related data from partner agencies in a dynamic system. You can use NLiS to produce country profiles (including nutrition and demographic information) and user-defined downloadable data to suit your research needs.


For more of the latest evidence-based nutrition articles search PubMed. PubMed is a free medical search engine containing more than 24 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books.

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The Cochrane Collaboration systematically assesses available evidence to develop Cochrane reviews to inform evidence-based decision making in health. Cochrane reviews are of the highest quality, independant research. Make sure to search it for you're area of interest, you might also be interested in these reviews: