Upcoming Webinars

 

 

Social Marketing 101: An Introduction to an Exciting Process

Monday, April 28, 2014 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT | Register

Join us for Social Marketing 101! Have you wanted to learn more about how to incorporate social marketing principles into your work? This presentation will introduce the social marketing process and review examples of exciting ways social marketing cam be used in nutrition education. The target audience is those who are new to social marketing and desire to use it as a tool for behavior change. This webinar is jointly presented by SNEB and ASNNA; specific examples will connect to social marketing within the context of SNAP-Ed.

Learning objectives:
1. Participants will distinguish between social marketing, social media and nutrition messaging.
2. Participants will appreciate the critical nature of audience research and testing.
3. Participants will understand the process of developing high-quality social marketing messages and campaign strategies.

Speakers: Christine Hradek, MPH, Iowa State University Human Sciences Extension and Outreach

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


 

The Power of Protein: Separating Hype from Reality


Date: Tuesday, May 6, 2014 | Time: 2:00 AM - 3:15 PM EDT | Register

 

The consumer is bombarded with nutrition information on a daily basis—with protein as a hot issue this past year. Information is often confusing and conflicting and consumers do not understand how to apply the knowledge to their own diets to improve their health. This webinar will outline the most substantiated health effects of protein, specifically on appetite, weight management, sarcopenia and athletic performance. The importance of consuming balanced amounts of protein throughout the day and the influence of a protein-rich breakfast on adolescents’ health will also be covered. Emerging research on protein’s effects on cognition and in prevention of diabetes will be addressed. The session will end with practical points on how the nutrition educator can translate the research into application to meet the needs of individual clients.

Speakers:
Heather Leidy, PhD, Nutrition and Exercise Physiology, University of Missouri
Nancy R. Rodriguez, PhD, RD, FACSM, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Departments of Kinesiology and Allied Health, University of Connecticut, Storrs

 

Learning Objectives
1. Outline the multiple health benefits of protein, beyond muscle building (e.g. satiety/weight mgmt., healthy aging, blood sugar control,
2. Compare the IOM’s recommended range of protein intake (10-35cal %) to the RDA minimum intake (0.8g/kg/day) and identify specific demographic groups that may benefit from the higher levels.
3. Design diets that include evenly-distributed protein levels throughout the day from a variety of sources, starting with breakfast.
4. Identify foods that are high-quality sources of protein.

Attendees will earn 1 CPEs from the Commission on Dietetic Registration.

Cost:
SNEB Members attend webinars free as a benefit of membership. Non-member cost is $25 however but the first 100 non-members to register will attend as guests of Dairy Council of California.

 

Aging and Muscle Loss: Too Young to Worry? Think Again!

 

Thursday, June 19, 2014 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM EDT | Register

 

Although many people consider sarcopenia—the degenerative loss of muscle mass, function and strength—with old age, it’s actually a progressive syndrome that begins much earlier in life. In fact, sarcopenia is characterized by approximately 3-8% reduction in lean muscle mass per decade after 30 years of age. This webinar will focus on the importance of early interventions to maintain muscle mass and strength through nutrition and exercise. Protein research, including protein quality, timing and usage will be discussed; and practical advice, including effective exercises to prevent muscle loss with aging will be shared. Session sponsored by the National Dairy Council.

Speakers:
Hope Barkoukis, PhD, RD, LD, Associate Professor and Interim Chair, Department of Nutrition in the School of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University
Susan Kundrat, MS, RD, CSSD, LDN, Clinical Assistant Professor and Nutritional Sciences B.S. Program Director, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Moderator: Matt Pikosky, PhD, RD, Vice President, Nutrition Marketing & Affairs, National Dairy Council

Learning Objectives
• Reposition sarcopenia in the minds of health professionals from a condition that impacts older Americans to a progressive syndrome that can start much earlier in life.
• Leverage the latest research on sarcopenia and muscle maintenance to elevate the importance of proper exercise and protein intake among middle-aged Americans.
• Review the gradual domino-effect decline in health that accompanies muscle loss: beginning with the loss of strength, through the loss of physical function and declines in performing activities of daily living and quality of life, to an increased risk of mortality.
• Identify the best dietary and exercise approaches for middle-aged Americans to adopt in order to maintain muscle and reduce their risk for sarcopenia.

Cost: SNEB Members attend webinars free as a benefit of membership. Non-member cost is $25. Attendees will earn 1 CPE from CDR


 

Fall 2014 Journal Club


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.


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.



 

 


Recorded Webinars

SNEB member can view recorded webinars for no cost as a benefit of membership at http://www.sneb.org/members/recordings.html. Non-members wishing to purchase a recording will be charged $25 per webinar. Email info@sneb.org with the title of the sessions you wish to purchase. The following webinars are available:

USDA’s Smart Snacks Standards What they are, When they kick in, and How you play a role (April 16, 2014)

Obesity Risk Assessment for Preschoolers: Tailor to your needs (recorded March 31, 2014)

Journal Club 10: The Salience of Food Labeling among Low-income Families with Overweight Children (recorded March 25, 2014)

Journal Club 9: Predictors of Total Calories Purchased at Fast-food Restaurants: Restaurant Characteristics, Awareness, and Use of Calorie Info (recorded March 31, 2014)

Journal Club 8: Front-of-package References to Fiber in Canadian Supermarkets Highlight the Need for Nutrition Knowledge among Consumers (recorded March 24, 2014)

Journal Club 7: Do food blogs serve as a source of nutritionally balanced recipes? An analysis of six popular food blogs (recorded March 17, 2014)

Journal Club 6: A Content Analysis of Food References in Television Programming Specifically Targeting Tween Viewing Audiences (recorded March 10, 2014)

Journal Club 5: Determinants of Food Label Use among Supermarket Shoppers: A Singaporean Perspective (recorded March 2, 2014)

Student Only Webinar (recorded February 26, 2014)

Journal Club 4: Social Media and Nutrition Education: The Food Hero Experience (recorded February 24, 2014)

Journal Club 3: Manga Comic Influences Snack Selections in Black and Hispanic New York City Youth (recorded February 10, 2014)

Journal Club 2Hispanic Parents of Overweight and Obese Children and Their Outcome Expectations for Children’s Television Viewing: A Qualitative Study (recorded February 3, 2014)

Journal Club 1: Knowledge and Practices of Using Food Label Information among Adolescents Attending Schools in Kolkata, India (recorded January 27, 2014)

8 Steps to Becoming a Reporting Rockstar (recorded December 19, 2013)

Is Lactose Intolerance Stopping Your Dairy Intake? (recorded December 5, 2013)

Journal Club 11: Electronic Media and Beverage Intake among U.S. High School Students (recorded November 18, 2013)

Disruption of the usual - Rethinking behavior change and communication in nutrition education by Craig LeFebvre (recorded November 13, 2013) - playback is free to non-members with signup!

Journal Club 10: Classroom Parties in United States Elementary Schools: The Potential for Policies to Reduce Student Exposure to Sugary Foods and Beverages (recorded November 11, 2013)

Journal Club 9: A Qualitative Investigation of Teachers' Information, Motivation, and Behavioral Skills for Increasing Fruits and Vegetables Consumption in Preschoolers (recorded November 4, 2013)

Journal Club 8: A Pilot Comprehensive School Nutrition Program Improves Knowledge and Intentions for Milk and Alternatives Intake among Youth in a Remote First Nation (recorded October 28, 2013)

Journal Club 7: Associations Between Whole Grain Intake, Psychosocial Variables and Home Availability among Elementary School Children (recorded October 21, 2013)

Journal Club 6: Statewide Evaluation of Local Wellness Policies in Georgia: An Examination of Policy Compliance, Policy Strength, and Associated Factors (recorded October 14, 2013)

Journal Club 5: Implementation of a School-based Internet Obesity Prevention Program for Adolescents (recorded October 7, 2013)

Journal Club 4: Expanding Children's Food Experience: The Impact of a School-based Kitchen Garden Program (recorded September 30, 2013)

Journal Club 3: Using a Systematic Conceptual Model for a Process Evaluation of a Middle School Obesity Risk-Reduction Nutrition Curriculum Intervention: Choice, Control & Change (recorded September 23, 2013)

Journal Club 2: Psychosocial Measures Used to Assess the Effectiveness of School-Based Nutrition Education Programs: Review and Analysis of Self-Report Instruments for Children 8 to 12 Years Old (recorded September 16, 2013)

JNEB Webinar: Statistics for Survey Design: Solutions for Success (September 11, 2013)

Journal Club 1: Pilot Study of the Effects of Interview Content, Retention Interval, and Grade on Accuracy of Dietary Information from Children (September 9, 2013)

Beyond Bones: Understanding the Benefits of Dairy and Overcoming Barriers to Dairy Consumption (August 22, 2013)

Early Childhood Nutrition: How to Get Feeding off to a Positive and Healthy Start (May 23, 2013)

JNEB Journal Club Session 10 - Texting for Health: The Use of Participatory Methods to Develop Healthy Lifestyle Messages for Teens (April 8, 2013)

JNEB Journal Club Session 9 - Incentivizing Children’s Fruit and Vegetable Consumption: Results of a US Pilot-Study of the Food Dudes Program (April 1, 2013)

JNEB Journal Club Session 8 - Perceptions of Healthful Eating and Influences on the Food Choices of Appalachian Youth (March 25, 2013)

JNEB Journal Club Session 7 - The Relationship between Practices and Child Care Providers’ Beliefs Related to Child Feeding and Obesity Prevention (March 18, 2013)

SNEB New Member Orientation (March 13, 2013)

JNEB Journal Club Session 6 - Associations among School Characteristics and Foodservice Practices in a Nationally Representative Sample of U.S. Schools (March 11, 2013)

JNEB Journal Club Session 5 - Beliefs about the Role of Parenting in Feeding and Childhood Obesity among Mothers of Lower Socioeconomic Status (March 4, 2013)

JNEB Journal Club Session 4 - A Qualitative Study to Explore How Parental Expectations and Rules Influence Beverage Choices in Early Adolescence (February 25, 2013)

Supporting Healthy Body Image through Nutrition Education and Counseling (February 20, 2013)

JNEB Journal Club Session 3 - The Healthy Toddlers Curriculum (February 11, 2013)

JNEB Journal Club Session 2 - The Influence of Cartoon Character Advertising on Fruit and Vegetable Preferences of 9- to 11-Year-Old Children (February 4, 2013)

Food and Nutrition Blogging 101 (January 29, 2013)

JNEB Journal Club Session 1 - Nutrition Claims Impact Health Perceptions and Taste Preferences in 4th and 5th Grade Children (January 28, 2013)

Five Social Media Lessons Learned from the Food Hero Social Marketing Campaign (Nov. 16, 2012)

Best Practices for Providing Nutrition Education for Religious and Cultural Competency (Nov. 14, 2012)

Getting your Results into JNEB: Insights into Paper Categories, Tables, Figures, and More (October 30, 2012)

Exploring Solutions to Increase Access to Nutritious Food in "Food Deserts" (September 25, 2012)

Fruved: A Social Marketing Campaign (September 20, 2012)

Understanding Consumer Behaviors from Mindset to Meal (June 2012)

Implementing Social Marketing in Michigan (May 2012)

The Way We Eat: Looking Beyond Nutrients to Help Clients Build Better Diets (May 2012)

SNEB Member Orientation (March 2012)

Listening to the Audience: Iowa Nutrition Network Social Marketing for 2012 & Beyond (December 2011)

What the JNEB Looks for in Qualitative Papers (November 2011)

Make Half Your Plate Fruits and Vegetables (October 2011)

Children and Weight: First Do No Harm (September 2011)

An Insider's View of USDA's MyPlate (June 2011)

Cheese and the Sodium Challenge: Insights for Educators

Teaching Students, Interns, and Paraprofessionals Non-Diet Approaches to Weight Management

Going with the Grain: Solutions to Achieve 2010 Dietary Guidelines Fiber Recommendations

Health Literacy: Delivering Effective Messages and Understanding Cultural Differences

Food Intolerances: How to Distinguish Between Fad and Reality

Child Nutrition Reauthorization (CNR) Update

The Development and Application of the Healthy Eating Index - 2005

Communicating Nutrition: Working with the Media

Mapping Your Course to the Executive Suite

Nutritional Challenges Faced by Seniors Living in Rural Areas

Older Americans: Health, Functionality, Nutrition and Food Security

 

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