The 2017 SNEB Annual Conference is 100 days away! This year’s conference will be SNEB’s 50th annual meeting. In recognition of this milestone, the Conference will celebrate the first meeting of the Society’s founders in 1967 in Berkeley, California which led to the formation of the Society for the purpose of publishing the Journal of Nutrition Education.
In 1968, Dr. George M. Briggs founded and became the first President of SNE. There were four other co-founders of SNE, who were also (...)
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Eligible for oral presentation
Eligible to be revised and resubmitted at no cost after reviewer comments.
$25 versus $50 for late breaking abstracts
SNEB invites you to submit abstracts for presentation at the 2017 Annual Conference in Washington, DC July 20 - 24. All accepted abstracts will be published in a supplemental issue of the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior. Details online. Submissions accepted online.
Beginning in February, the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior (SNEB) is launching the ninth Journal Club series of webinars. Based on member interest, the spring series will focus on the topic of Policies, Systems and Environmental Change Initiatives/Programs to Improve Health.
The webinars will host nutrition education and behavior researchers who will share their research and experiences focused on improving population health and wellness outcomes using policy, system and/or e (...)
The Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior is accepting abstracts for oral and poster presentations at the 2017 Annual Conference in Washington, DC, July 20 – 24, at the Grand Hyatt. Submissions are accepted online at http://sneb.submittable.com/submit. Abstract categories are:
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Food and Nutrition Extension Education Pre-Conference Workshop Research and Program posters on the topic "Next Steps in PSE - Effective Evaluati (...)
SNEB/JNEB are calling for authors for a proposed SNEB position paper concerning “kids' food” both from a marketing and advertising perspective as well as conceptually and practically as served by restaurants and parents.
Containing extensive background information and analysis, the position paper provides a more complete understanding of the issues and the reason behind the positions(s) set forth by the organization. Position papers are expected to be well referenced and unbiased.
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Dear Dr. :
As a university professor and president of the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior (SNEB), I want to introduce you to this great organization. We applaud and support your work and feel strongly that your faculty and students would benefit from being a part of the SNEB family. SNEB represents the unique professional interests of nutrition educators worldwide and is dedicated to promoting effective nutrit (...)
KAREN M. ENSLE is a Family and Community Health Sciences (FCHS) Educator/Department Head for Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Union County. She is a Registered Dietitian, Fellow of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) and certified in Family and Consumer Sciences. Prior to joining the Rutgers faculty, she was full-time faculty at William Paterson University, Clinical Dietitian/Nutritionist in long-term care and alcohol-drug rehabilitation facilities, the Head Nutritionist at a 96-bed l (...)
Dear SNEB Members:
We are proud to announce that our effort to achieve SNEB's strategic vision of building collaborations with organizations promoting healthy communities, food systems, and behaviors in order to grow and maintain a dynamic Society serving the field of nutrition education around the world has been realized as SNEB has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Japanese Society of Nutrition and Dietetics (JSND). We had the honor and pleasure of meeting with Yukar (...)
This resolution was approved by a vote of the SNEB membership.
TITLE Building a nutrition education evidence data base to support policy and planning in developing countries
DATE 18 May 2016
Note The term “nutrition education” as used in this proposal refers to action taken to improve food practices and attitudes, and has broad application in several sectors and at several levels.
despite the growing evidence of the potential long-term impact of (...)