Upcoming SNEB Events

Sip Your Way to Better Health – What’s the Truth about 100% Fruit Juice?

 

Wednesday, August 20, 2014 | 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM EDT | Register

 

There is no question that eating fruit is important for overall health, however, fruit consumption remains surprisingly low, with most Americans consuming less than half of their recommended intake. Research shows that one hundred percent fruit juice is a nutrient-dense drink that can help children and adults, meet fruit intake goals, while also delivering significant nutrients and improving diet quality. Nonetheless, many misperceptions exist about 100% fruit juice’s role in health, and its impact on body composition and weight, particularly in children.  What does the science say?    

Learning Objectives:
1. To understand the role of 100% fruit juice as a nutrient-dense beverage which helps Americans meet dietary guideline recommendations for fruit intake and fills substantial nutrient gaps.
2. To explore the nutrient and economic impact that 100% fruit juice has on meeting fruit shortfalls.  
3. To identify expert guidelines and public health recommendations for including 100% fruit juice as part of a healthy diet.   
4. To understand key findings of scientific research on 100% fruit juice consumption including its effect on diet quality, fruit intake and body composition.            

Speaker: Diane Welland MS, RD, Juice Products Association

Cost: SNEB Members attend webinars free as a benefit of membership. Non-member cost is $25. A payment link will be sent once you register. Attendees will earn 1 CPE from the CDR.



 

 

Education, Environmental Change & Evaluation: Combining Multiple Approaches to Nutrition Education & Obesity Prevention in Low-Income Populations

Wednesday, August 27, 2014 | 1:30 - 2:30 PM EDT | Register

 

Speaker: Andrew Riesenberg, MSPH, Food and Nutrition Service, Western Regional Office

 

No single strategy has the potential to prevent overweight and obesity, especially among low-income populations. A growing body of evidence calls for multi-component approaches to nutrition education, physical activity promotion, and obesity prevention. Program implementers working on Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed) are at the forefront of planning, implementing, and evaluating multi-component strategies and interventions. This session intends to connect research and practice in how direct education, social marketing, and environmental change are best delivered together. Special emphasis will be placed on setting evaluation objectives that measure progress and outcomes in multi-component programs, including measuring parallel objectives in individual and environmental changes. Sponsored by the SNEB Social Marketing Division in cooperation with ASNNA.

Learning objectives:
a. Increase understanding of what a multi-component nutrition education, physical activity, and obesity prevention model looks like;
b. Increase knowledge, skills, and confidence to link education, social marketing, and environmental changes in SNAP-Ed
c. Identify evaluation indicators for multi-component programming with individual, organizational, and environmental changes


SNEB and ASNNA members attend the webinar free as a benefit of membership. Cost to attend as a non-member is $25. If you are not an SNEB member you will receive an email with payment instructions after registering. After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar. Attendees earn 1 CEU

 



 

Six Family Fun Ways to Help Parents Start the School Year Off by Eating Healthfully and Being Active

Tuesday, September 9, 2014 | 2:00 - 3:00 PM EDT | Register

 

Speakers: Marcia Greenblum MS, RD, International Food Information Council and  Jean Ann Fischer, MS, RD, Director, Nutrition Education Program (SNAP-Ed and EFNEP), University of Nebraska-Lincoln

 

The Dietary Guidelines Alliance’s It’s All About You Communicators Tool Kit, is a free teaching tool to help nutrition communicators convey positive, simple and consistent nutrition and health messages for consumers. This session seeks to raise awareness of how to utilize the Tool Kit, to encourage parents to teach their children that healthful eating and physical activity is a family priority. The messages in the toolkit were consumer tested and the booklet was pilot tested by the Cooperative Extension Service. The Tool Kit, consists of a booklet, 5 fact sheets, a slide presentation and will soon include a Spanish version.



Learning Objectives:
1) Attendees will be able to communicate via social media (e.g tweets, blog posts) positive messages that are consumer tested to motivate behavior change.
2) Attendees will be able to translate US Dietary and Physical Activity guidance into actionable steps for consumers.
3) Attendees will be able to share some useful resources with parents who are eager to start the school year off by establishing healthful eating and physical activity habits.

 

This webinar is being offered free to all registrants. Attendees earn 1 CEU



 

Fall 2014 Journal Club - Nutrition Environments and Shaping Behavior


SNEB Members attend webinars free as a benefit of membership. Cost to attend as a non-member is $25. If you are not an SNEB member you will receive an email with payment instructions after registering. After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar. Attendees receive 1 CEU for attending.

 

Journal Club 1 - September 15 at 1 p.m. ET
Impact of Cooking and Home Food Preparation Interventions among Adults: Outcomes and Implications for Future Programs, presented by Marla Reicks, PhD, RD, University of Minnesota | Register

Journal Club 2 - September 22 at 1 p.m. ET
The Influence of Home Food Environments on Eating Behaviors of Overweight and Obese Women presented by Michelle C. Kegler, DrPH, Emory University | Register 

Journal Club 3 - September 29 at 1 p.m. ET
Involvement in Meal Preparation at Home is Associated with Better Diet Quality among Canadian Children presented by  Yen Li Chu, PhD, University of Alberta | Register 

Journal Club 4 - October 6 at 1 p.m. ET
Associations Between Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Consumption and Fast Food Restaurant Frequency among adolescents and their Friends presented by Meg Bruening, PhD, MPH, RD, Arizona State University | Register

 

Journal Club 5 - October 13 at 1 p.m. ET
Environmental Factors That Impact the Eating Behaviors of Low-income African American Adolescents in Baltimore City presented by Karina M.H. Christiansen, MPP, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health | Register

Journal Club 6 - October 20 at 1 p.m. ET
Differences in Food Environment Perceptions and Spatial of Food Shopping Between Residents of Low and High Food Access Areas presented by Angela D. Liese, PhD, University of South Carolina | Register

 

Journal Club 7 - October 27 at 1 p.m. ET
Differences in Home Food and Activity Environments between Obese and Healthy Weight Families of Preschool Children presented by Richard E. Boles, PhD, University of Colorado Denver | Register

Journal Club 8 - November 3 at 1 p.m. ET
Determinants of Diet Quality in Pregnancy: Socio-demographic, Pregnancy-specific, and Food Environment Influences presented by Danielle M. Nash, MSc and Karen Campbell, PhD, University of Western Ontario | Register

 

Journal Club 9 - November 10 at 1 p.m. ET
Validation of an Adapted Version of the Nutrition Environment Measurement Tool for Stores (NEMS-S) in an Urban Area of Brazil presented by Paula A. Martins, PhD, Federal University of São Paulo | Register

 

Journal Club 10 - November 17 at 1 p.m. ET
Examining the Influence of Price and Accessibility on Willingness to Shop at Farmers’ Markets Among Low-income Eastern North Carolina Women presented by Jared T. McGuirt, MPH, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill | Register

Journal Club 11 - December 1 at 1 p.m. ET
Family Nutrition Program Assistants’ Perception of Farmers Markets, Alternative Agricultural Practices and Diet Quality presented by Sarah Misyak, MS, Virginia Tech | Register

 

Journal Club 12- December 8 at 1 p.m. ET
A Cross-cultural Comparison of Eating Behaviors and Home Food Environmental Factors in Adolescents from Sao Paulo (Brazil) and Saint Paul/Minneapolis (US) presented by Camilla Chermont Prochnik Estima, PhD, University of São Paulo | Register


Special thank you to Sarah Colby PhD, RD, Assistant Professor at The University of Tennessee Department of Nutrition, for championing and organizing this effort. For more information please contact the SNEB office at info@sneb.org or call 317-328-4627. If you'd like to pre-register for the fall semester, please email rdaeger@sneb.org.

 

 

JNEB Workshop: How to Conduct and Write Systematic Reviews for JNEB

Wednesday, November 12, 2014 | 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM EST | Register

 

Systematic reviews are becoming more popular in JNEB and other journals. Learn the essential steps in your methods to increase the likelihood of publication: crafting your research question, forming your team, deciding on review protocol, evaluating articles for quality and outcomes, and providing insightful conclusions and recommendations.

Dr. Karen Chapman-Novakofski, JNEB Editor in Chief will be introducing the webinar. Panelists are: Noel Chavez, PhD, RD, LDN, UIC School of Public Health; Bret Luick, PhD, University of Alaska Fairbanks; Madeleine Sigman-Grant, PhD, RD, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension; Susan Johnson, PhD, UC Denver and Seung-Yeon Lee, PhD, University of Cincinnati

There is no cost to attend.

 

 

 



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