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SNEB goes to Cuba! For the first time in its history, the SNEB Annual Conference will travel internationally for a post-meeting tour in Havana, Cuba. Join us for this unique opportunity to explore Cuba's rich culture and history.
Highlights of what attendees can expect to experience on this tour include:
The deadline to book your trip is Jan. 15, 2019. Learn more and book online here.
- Visit famous landmarks and agriculture producers
- Eat world class meals in amazing restaurants
- Enjoy Havana's live music and cultural scene
- Walk old Havana's famous plazas with your bilingual guide
- Learn about Cuba's rich history and art
- Visit museums and the national theater
- And more! Download the full itinerary here.
Internationally known nutritionist, Joanne P. Ikeda, traveled to a new dimension on Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2018. She regretted leaving her wonderful husband, Roy H. Ikeda, and her two marvelous daughters, Melinda Mayumi Ikeda and Jennifer Ayame Ikeda, but knew she would be reunited with them in the Great Beyond. Read the full obituary here.
After retirement, Joanne was elected President of the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior and in 2018 was honored to receive the prestigious Helen Denning Ullrich Award for Lifetime Excellence in Nutrition Education — view her acceptance speech here. Instead of flowers, Joanne requested donations in her name be made to the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior Foundation. Donations can be made online here.
SNEB invites you to submit abstracts for presentation at the 2019 Annual Conference, July 27-30 in Orlando, Florida. SNEB is interested in abstracts about research, and/or programs that relate to behavior change and food choice. Abstracts related to this year's conference theme, Nutrition Education: Rooted in Food, are also encouraged. LEARN MORE AND SUBMIT
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As we begin JNEB's 51st volume, I wanted to look back at last year to provide some perspective on this year. Within the 50th volume, we had five articles being accessed more than 1,000 times between January 2018 and September 2018. I think that is amazing and wanted to share a brief description.
As part of the SNEB strategic plan, an SNEB Division Evaluation Advisory Committee is being formed to evaluate and articulate the role of divisions within SNEB, as well as offering recommendations for strengthening division contributions to SNEB and its members. If you are interested in assisting this committee over the next six months, please email Committee Chair and SNEB Director at Large, Andrea Anater at email@example.com. You don't have to be active in an SNEB leadership role or division to participate — all members are welcome.
Publication Ethics Resources for Editors
Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019 | 2:30 – 3:30 p.m. Eastern | Register
About the Webinar
As the number of published articles continues to increase each year, so do the number of fraudulent studies. In fact, the number of retractions in the biomedical literature increased from 467 in 2013 to 684 in 2015 (source: https://www.vox.com/2016/3/24/11299102/scientific-retractions-are-on-the-rise). Fortunately, there are tools available for editors (and reviewers) to help them handle ethically questionable manuscripts at the time of submission or post publication. This webinar provides an overview of two free resources available to editors (and reviewers) to help handle publishing ethics allegations - the Committee on Publishing Ethics (COPE) and the Publishing Ethics Resource Kit (PERK).
This webinar is sponsored by the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior.
About the Presenter
Jason Winkler, MBA, Elsevier
Jason Winkler is a Senior Publisher for Elsevier. In this role, he oversees a portfolio of journals in nutrition, dermatology and long-term care.
Participants of this webinar will receive 1 CEU for live attendance. The webinar provides information on the following CDR Learning Need Codes:
1140 - Written communication skills, publishing
1050 - Ethics
9050 - Publication, communications or research outcomes
Using Mentored Peer Review of Journal Articles as a Strategy for Graduate Student Development
Thursday, March 7, 2019 | 1 - 2 p.m. Eastern | Register
About the Webinar
Training of graduate students to be future scholars often focuses on research design, data collection and interpretation, but commonly the translation of that knowledge to critical appraisal is less developed. The peer review process has been developed to provide a formal structure to evaluate research before it is widely disseminated. The skills needed to translate research training into meaningful and effective peer reviews need to be fostered during training of graduate students. The presenters will discuss a model of peer review training that guides masters and doctoral students through the critical appraisal process to develop a respectful and thorough review of a manuscript submission. This process includes the ability for students to review the anonymous submission independently. After independent reviews are complete, a meeting is held to discuss the strengths and limitations of the paper, as well as the broader contribution to the science.
About the Presenters
Christopher A. Taylor, PhD, RDN, LD, FAND, The Ohio State University, Medical Dietetics Division
Chris Taylor is a Professor of Medical Dietetics and has served as a reviewer, past Editorial Board Member and current Associate Editor for JNEB.
Colleen Spees, PhD, MEd, RDN, LD, FAND, The Ohio State University, Medical Dietetics Division
Colleen Spees is an Associate Professor of Medical Dietetics and mentors graduate students through her biobehavioral research interventions.
Ashlea Braun, MS, RDN, LD, The Ohio State University, Medical Dietetics Division
Ashlea Braun is a doctoral student at The Ohio State University, working in Dr. Spees' lab with an emphasis on Motivational Interviewing application in behavioral interventions.
Participants of this webinar will receive 1 CEU for live attendance. The webinar provides information on the following:
SNEB Nutrition Educator Competencies
Nutrition Education Program Design Implementation and Evaluation
Nutrition Education Research Methods
Written Oral and Social Media Communication
CDR Performance Indicators
6.1.2, 6.3.7, 6.3.11, 8.1.2
CDR Learning Need Codes
9020, 9050, 6080
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By Ellen Schuster, BA, MS
Much like seeing holiday decorations this time of year, get ready for a slew of food trends to look for in 2019. The question is, which trends will truly take hold in 2019? Some repeating trends in the articles below are plant-based, fermented products, new flavors (African, Japanese, Filipino), continued evolution of meal kits, cannabis/THC foods and more. Enjoy!
|Welcome new members (since Dec. 4)
- Maura Benton, BA, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, Nutrition Education for Children
- Margaret Samson, BS, Providence, RI, Food & Nutrition Extension Education, Public Health Nutrition
Nutrition and Limited Resource Audience — December 2018
Hierarchy of Food Needs
Ellyn Satter, MS, RD, LCSW, BCD, Ellyn Satter Associates
How would it look to apply the principles of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs to food management? Why even wrestle with such a conundrum? The Satter Eating Competence Model (ecSatter) stresses joining with individuals right where they are and working within their constraints and circumstances. Rather than emphasizing food selection and portion sizes, ecSatter operationalizes the Dietary Guidelines by emphasizing structured opportunities to eat, and within that structure, encouraging people to eat preferred food in satisfying amounts.
Office of Disease Prevention & Health Promotion
The evidence is clear: being physically active is one of the most important things people can do to improve their health. Since 2008, the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans has been the go-to resource for policy makers and health professionals, providing evidence-based physical activity recommendations for all Americans.
National Cancer Institute
The National Cancer Institute's Behavioral Research Program (BRP) is pleased to feature its training programs and fellows in this special edition of its newsletter. BRP hopes to create awareness about NCI's broad array of fellowship opportunities available to graduate students and post-docs.
On Oct. 2, we convened over 75 food and nutrition education professionals, advocates, and school community members from across the city to explore forming a coalition with a shared vision that all NYC school children deserve healthy, equitable, sustainable, and culturally responsive food access and education.
The International Nut and Dried Fruit Council (INC) launches annually the Call for Research Projects and the Call for Promotion and Dissemination Projects. Both Calls are open for public and private institutions, as well as not-for-profit organizations, and are usually launched between October and December, with due date for submission Jan. 31 or Feb. 28 of the following year. The Guidelines and Application Form are posted online.
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