CNS is Celebrating 10 years!

The Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism Award for Nutrition Translation

(supported by Canadian Science Publishing, the publishers of “Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism” – the official journal of the Canadian Nutrition Society).

The Canadian Nutrition Society recognizes the importance of activities that facilitate the translation of nutritional knowledge. Thus, on an annual basis, a call for review papers is announced on a theme established by the Canadian Nutrition Society, in conjunction with the editorial board of the journal Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism (APNM), to recognize excellence in the translation of nutritional knowledge.  The selected author will prepare an invited review that includes a knowledge translation component. The manuscript will be subject to the journal’s peer-review process.  Upon notification of acceptance of the manuscript, the author will receive an honorarium of $1000.  Official recognition of the award will be made at the annual meeting of the Canadian Nutrition Society. The award is supported by Canadian Science Publishing, the publishers of APNM.

Theme for 2021 - “Plant-Based Diets”  

Proposal Submission:


The submission of proposals is open to all scientists, but preference will be given to members and supporters of CNS. It is ideal if both nutrition and physical activity are addressed and would be considered a strength, however the inclusion of physical activity is not essential. If needed, the lead applicant may choose to partner with a coauthor with expertise in both the fields of Nutrition and Physical Activity. A team with an early and/or mid-career investigator is encouraged. Trainees are welcome to submit a proposal with support of their supervisor or mentor. Applicants should provide a document (maximum 4 pages, single-spaced, excluding any references) that includes the following information:

  1. Topic area and proposed title along with the full name and address (including email address) of each applicant.
  2. Statement of relevance to the established theme (Plant-Based Diets). Please note that submissions are anticipated to focus on a specific area within this deliberately broad theme.
  3. Outline of review paper, including major headings and sub-headings (maximum of 2 pages, single-spaced).
  4. Statement of novelty, anticipated impact, and timeliness of the review.
  5. Explain how translation of nutritional knowledge is anticipated to result from the article. For example, identify how a knowledge translation component will be incorporated into the actual paper.
  6. Evidence of the author’s expertise in the proposed topic area.

Selection Process:


Selection of the successful proposal will be based on the six criteria established above. The proposal with the highest score will be selected for development towards a review paper for publication in APNM, following the journal’s established peer-review process.

Announcement of the Award:


The official announcement of the award and recognition of the author will be made at the Awards Banquet at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Nutrition Society in 2022. The recipient will receive an honorarium of $1000 from Canadian Science Publishing (publishers of APNM).  If the author is in attendance, the opportunity exists to formally recognize them with a certificate provided by the publisher.  The society is not responsible for covering costs associated with attendance at the Awards Banquet. 

Proposals to be submitted via email to Professor Wendy Ward at wward@brocku.ca


2020 Award for Nutrition Translation recipients

To be announced


2019 Award for Nutrition Translation recipients

The Canadian Nutrition Society (CNS), in conjunction with the editorial board of the journal of Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism (APNM), are pleased to announce the 2019 recipients of this award established in an effort to recognize excellence in the translation of nutrition knowledge. The 2019 award theme was “Nutrition for Mental Health (see below).

This year CNS received a record number of submissions on a very timely topic – and due to the breadth and quality of the submissions – we are pleased to announce three winning research teams for this achievement:

Healthy Brain, Healthy Life: a review of diet and exercise interventions to promote brain health and reduce Alzheimer’s disease risk
Bradley J. Baranowski PhD(c), Danny Marko PhD(c), Rebecca E.K. MacPherson, PhD

Nutrition interventions for mental health: A scoping review
Stephana Cherak, PhD(c), Tanis R. Fenton, PhD, Kristen M. Fiest, PhD, Carlota Basualdo-Hammond, Diane Lorenzetti, PhD, Sue Buhler, Lorna Driedger, Lori Hands, Leah Gramlich, MD, FRCPC

Treatment-related weight gain and metabolic complications in children with mental health disorders: potential role for lifestyle interventions
Alejandra M Wiedeman, PhD, Constadina Panagiotopoulos, MD, FRCPC, Angela M. Devlin, PhD

Each team has been selected for development towards a review paper that will be published in a future issue of APNM, following the journal’s established peer-review process. On behalf of CNS, APNM and CSP – we wish to extend sincere congratulations to each team on this deserving recognition.  


Past Award Winners

2018 - No longer beeting around the bush: a review of potential sex differences with dietary nitrate supplementation
Kate A. Wickham, Lawrence L. Spriet
https://www.nrcresearchpress.com/doi/full/10.1139/apnm-2019-0063


2017 - Are Canadian protein and physical activity guidelines optimal for sarcopenia prevention in older adults? 
Oliviera CLP, Dionne IJ, Prado CM  
Appl Physiol Nutr Metab. 2018 Jul 10:1-9. doi: 10.1139/apnm-2018-0141

 

2016 - Malnutrition or frailty? Overlap and evidence gaps in the diagnosis and treatment of frailty and malnutrition.
Laur CV, McNicholl T, Valaitis R, Keller HH 
Appl Physiol Nutr Metab. 2017 May;42(5):449-458. doi: 10.1139/apnm-2016-0652. Epub 2017 Mar 21

 

2015 - Evidence for the essentiality of arachidonic and docosahexaenoic acid in the postnatal maternal and infant diet for the development of the infant's immune system early in life.
Richard C, Lewis ED, Field CJ.
Appl Physiol Nutr Metab. 2016 May;41(5):461-75. doi: 10.1139/apnm-2015-0660 
 

2014 - Nutrients, satiety, and control of energy intake.
Tremblay A, Bellisle F.
Appl Physiol Nutr Metab. 2015 Oct;40(10):971-9. doi: 10.1139/apnm-2014-0549

 


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