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Next Practices Help You Create the Future
"Recently I have realized that 'next practice' is not about the goal, it is about the journey. In most cases this is going to take a fair bit of learning from others, of looking at the current 'best practice,' but fundamentally I think it is not about emulation but about a research based approach to constant evaluation and development. 'Next practice' is a commitment to a process not an end product. In moving from 'best practice' to 'next practice,' we acknowledge that the best solutions come from development," wrote Oliver Quinlan, author of The Thinking Teacher.
Registration includes the opportunity to register for pre and post conference workshops and tours, a conference mentor, student and professional networking, etc.
The SNEB Awards Committee has decided to extend the deadline for all awards through Tuesday, March 15. Consider nominating a peer or yourself in the following categories: Helen Denning Ullrich Award for Lifetime Excellence in Nutrition Education, Mid Career Achievement, Early Professional Achievement, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Nutrition in Higher Education, Practice Impact Award, Research Award (new).
Details and online submissions forms are accessible here. You will be asked to create an account which will allow you to save drafts prior to submission. If you have any questions please contact the SNEB office at firstname.lastname@example.org, 317-328-4627 or 800-235-6690.
Journal Club #6 — March 7 — Register
Effect of Nutritional Intervention on Food Choices of French Students in Middle School Cafeterias
Presented by Marie-Christine Turin, MD, University Hospital of Toulouse, Soumia TAOUI, MS, Educ@dom and Jean-Christophe BUISSON, Ph.D. CTDIT
Journal Club #7 — March 21 — Register
- Summarize the use of interactive kiosks to build children's nutritional skills and food choice competencies.
- Describe the methodology and results of this nutrition intervention on food choices in middle school cafeterias.
- Identify the strengths and limitations of the overall approach used in this study.
- Identify and propose implications of personalized nutrition counseling through a free-access, stand-alone media device in a school environment.
Using a Systematic Approach and Theoretical Framework to Design a Healthy Eating Curriculum
Presented by Martin H. Smith, MS, EdD and Jessica Linnell, Ph.D., University of California
Webinar participants will understand the:
- Need for evidence-based materials and strategies for nutrition education interventions.
- Need for grounding nutrition education interventions in relevant educational theories and practices.
- Importance of and basic steps necessary for utilizing a systematic approach to curriculum development when designing nutrition education interventions.
- Benefit of utilizing a collaborative approach to nutrition education program development, drawing upon expertise from nutrition science and education.
There are thousands of apps for that — navigating mobile technology for nutrition education and behavior — a JNEB Perspectives webinar
View recording | Moderator: Karen Chapman Novakofski, Ph.D., RD, LDN, JNEB Editor-in-Chief and presenters: Melanie Hingle, Ph.D., MPH, RD, University of Arizona and Heather Patrick, Ph.D., Envolve PeopleCare
SNEB Journal Club 5: A Mixed Methods Evaluation of a SNAP-Ed Farmers' Market-Based Nutrition Education Program (Feb. 29)
SNEB Journal Club 4: Effects of Group Counseling Transmitted Through Videoconferencing on Changes in Eating Behaviors (Feb. 22)
|Welcome new SNEB members (since Feb. 4)
Welcome Institutional Group Membership
- Trishnee Bhurosy, MSc, Indiana University School of Public Health, Bloomington, IN, International Nutrition Education
- Joseph Bishop, ADN, RN, Lake Emory Post Acute Care, Greenville, SC, Public Health Nutrition
- Joanne Burke, RD, LD, PhD, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, Sustainable Food Systems Network
- Juliana Camargo, MPH, Overland Park, KS, Public Health Nutrition
- Amanda Clark, BS, Boone, NC, Nutrition Education for Children
- Jennie Davis, MS Candidate, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID, International Nutrition Education
- Rose Ewald, Undergraduate, Greensboro, NC, Weight Realities
- Amanda Fairweather, BS, Grand Forks, ND, Public Health Nutrition
- Bridget Hannon, BA, Champaign, IL, Weight Realities
- Jennifer Hey, RD, Washington State University, Renton, WA, Public Health Nutrition
- Gauri Karnik, DTR, Santa Clara, CA, Public Health Nutrition
- Hannah Killion, BS, Ball State University, Anderson, IN, Food & Nutrition Extension Education
- Erika Lannaman, BS/RD, Rutgers University Cooperative Extension, Teaneck, NJ, Higher Education
- Michelle Lynch, MSH, RDN, LD/N, St. Vincent's Healthcare Mobile Health Outreach MI, Jacksonville, FL, Nutrition Education for Children
- Allison Morris, BA, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV, Food & Nutrition Extension Education
- Shannon Pierson, BS, Chico, CA, Sustainable Food Systems Network
- Allison Ritter, MS candidate, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, Nutrition Education for Children
- Lela Swartz, Skillman, NJ, Sustainable Food Systems Network
- Allison Teeter, Dr., Office of Educational Innovation and Evaluation, Manhattan, KS, Food & Nutrition Extension Education
- Melissa Wyatt, MS, University of Arizona, Parker, AZ, Food & Nutrition Extension Education
Washington State University Extension, SNAP-Ed
- Maria Catalina Aragon, MS, Renton, WA, Food and Nutrition Extension Education
- Jennifer Hey, RD, Renton, WA, Food and Nutrition Extension Education
- Kathleen Manenica, MS, CN, Puyallup, WA, Food and Nutrition Extension Education
- Kristine Perry, Community Health Educator, Vancouver, WA, Nutrition Education for Children
- Terry Perry, RDN, Spokane, WA, Food and Nutrition Extension Education
Creating a Culture of Health
Wednesday, March 30 | Pre-Conference Events and Thursday, March 31| KNC Annual Conference
Thank you to Joanne Ikeda and Dawn Clifford for sharing this video tribute to SNEB member Lora Beth Brown. Lora Beth, a longtime member of SNEB, is past chair of the Weight Realities Division. Last year she was the first recipient of the SNEB Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Nutrition in Higher Education Award.
1 p.m. EDT Tuesday, April 26 | Register now!
Karen Chapman-Novakofski, Ph.D., RDN, Editor in Chief, Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior; Christopher Taylor, PhD, RDN; Susan Johnson, Ph.D.
In this session, presenters will describe the purpose of the Research Methods papers, and how that has impact on how to write and review these unique types of papers.
Research Methods are manuscripts that describe the objectives and methodologies for multiyear interventions whose aims are to change nutrition and/or physical activity behavior and/or related physiological outcomes, such as BMI or blood glucose. JNEB webinars are free to everyone.
Developing an Evidence Review Cycle Model for Canadian Dietary Guidance
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. will create hundreds of management positions as part of a new program aimed at improving the fresh food sections at its U.S. stores, according to people familiar with the matter and a spokesman for the retailer. Wal-Mart, the largest grocer in the United States, has already hired 30 field managers and plans to hire hundreds more over the next three years, people familiar with matter said.
American Journal of Health Promotion
April 25-29 | Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista | Orlando, Florida
The 26th Annual Art and Science of Health Promotion Conference brings together more than 600 professionals with a passion for health promotion — individuals who represent the most successful programs in workplace, clinical, educational and community settings.
Dairy Council of California
Many food literacy programs focus solely on vegetables and fruits. Dairy Council of CA's inclusive programs also promote food literacy in the other food groups: milk + milk products, grains and meat + beans. Since all five food groups are important for healthy eating, food literacy needs to follow suit.
In this special food literacy edition of Nutrition Connection, Dairy Council of CA is excited to highlight some new offerings and partner resources to help you promote inclusive food literacy in your classrooms, cafeterias and even at home to elevate the health of children and parents.
The Associated Press via The Seattle Times
Meal-kit companies have exploded in the past four years, shipping boxes of raw meat, seafood, fresh vegetables and other ingredients to busy city folk who want to skip the supermarket and still cook at home. Now they want to tempt even more people to give them a try.
The Chronicle of Social Change
Food and nutrition are being viewed more and more through the equity lens, and this seems particularly true for child nutrition. Over the past decade, attention to addressing childhood obesity and diet-related diseases for children has increased in the U.S., as the country has had to face the fact that these problems will only multiply if they are not addressed.
Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
Promote the Dietary Guidelines during National Nutrition Month in March — with content for the Web, social media and more.
Institute of Medicine via The National Academies Press
On Oct. 28–29, 2015, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine Food and Nutrition Board convened a workshop in Washington, D.C., to examine factors in the physical, social, and cultural environment that affect the ability of older adults to meet their daily dietary needs.
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