In partnership with BMJ Nutrition, Prevention and Health, the iKANN Research Registry is under development and will host an open access registry of all food, nutrition and health related research projects. Users will be able to register a comprehensive range of study designs as per BMJ article types. At the moment, this link will take you to the BMJ Nutrition, Prevention and Health Website.
The registry will be constructed to enable global standardising in format and promote quality standards in food, nutrition and health related research. Once fully operational, it is anticipated that the research registry function will reduce unnecessary duplication of efforts and allow funding to be maximised by focussing on real, rather than perceived evidence gaps, foster global and interdisciplinary collaboration and increase transparency.