American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine
In January 2007, Sage Publications launched the American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine. This is a bi-monthly publication which goes to 20,000 health care providers. Dr. Rippe serves as the Editor in Chief of AJLM. More information on AJLM may be found at http://ajlm.sagepub.com
Journal of Intensive Care Medicine
The Journal of Intensive Care Medicine, edited by Dr. James Rippe and Dr. Nicholas Smyrnios, has been in publication since 1985. The Journal of Intensive Care Medicine is a peer-reviewed, subscription-only publication with an audience of intensive care specialists with diverse backgrounds in areas such as internal medicine, cardiology, pulmonology, neurology, anesthesiology, pediatrics, neonatology, and surgery.
Obesity Research Special Supplement
Dr. Rippe served as the co-editor of a special supplement to the journal Obesity Research in April 1998. Dr. Rippe is one of the leading obesity researchers in the United States and the RLI Laboratory is one of the leading research sites for the study of lifestyle-related obesity treatments. In addition to co-editing the supplement, Dr. Rippe also wrote an article in the supplement entitled "The Case for Medical Management of Obesity: A Call for Increased Physician Involvement" (Obesity Research 6:23S-33S, 1998).
Journal of the American Dietetic Association Supplement
Dr. Rippe served as guest editor of the October 1998 supplement to the Journal of the American Dietetic Association titled, "The Obesity Epidemic: A Mandate for a Multidisciplinary Approach." The supplement, which brought together a large body of current information on obesity, was sent to over 64,000 members of the American Dietetic Association at that time.
Nutrition in Clinical Care
Dr. Rippe is the Founding Editor of Nutrition in Clinical Care, a major academic nutrition journal that was inaugurated in 1997. Today the journal is edited by Tufts University.