Editorials

Strengthening Cross-Sector Collaborations in Hunger-Relief Efforts to Address Structural Racism

Posted by: Chelsea Singleton on Monday February 15, 2021 Hunger is a pervasive problem that affects more than 35 million Americans.1 This public health issue

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Supporting One Another

Posted by: Karen Chapman-Novakofski, PhD, RDN on Sunday May 10, 2020 It is March and I am writing the editorial for the May issue, so forgive me if life has dramatically

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Food Waste in K–12 Schools: An Opportunity to Create More Equitable and Sustainable Food Systems

Posted by: Sara Elnakib, RD, MPH, CHES on Sunday May 10, 2020 According to the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, approximately one-third of food produced globally for human consumption

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What does scholarship mean to you?

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Posted by: Karen Chapman-Novakofski, PhD, RDN on Thursday April 9, 2020 This issue of JNEB is a themed issue whose topic was decided by a subcommittee of the Journal Committee. At

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Leveraging the power of nutrition educator competencies

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Posted by: Jennifer Wilkins, PhD, RD on Wednesday April 8, 2020 One of the areas of work undertaken by SNEB members over the past several decades that most excites me is

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National Nutrition Month 2020

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Posted by: Karen Chapman-Novakofski, PhD, RDN on Monday March 9, 2020 As you all know, March is National Nutrition Month. We will have library displays, school activities, newspaper articles and special

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Nutrition education for sustainable global food systems

Posted by: SNEB Division of International Nutrition Education (DINE) on Friday March 6, 2020 You are what you eat, and so is the Earth.Our food systems shape our diets, health

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Statistically speaking

Posted by: Karen Chapman-Novakofski, PhD, RDN on Monday February 10, 2020 There are few people I know who feel completely competent in statistics, and yet it is one of the most

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Getting corporate sponsorship right: Worth the effort

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Posted by: Jennifer Wilkins, PhD, RD on Monday February 10, 2020 In 1993, the nutrition education video cassette What’s on Your Plate was released. The cardboard VHS jacket (this

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New meat guidelines: A challenge for nutrition educators

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Posted by: Jennifer Wilkins, PhD, RD on Friday January 10, 2020 In late September, the Annals of Internal Medicine published a dietary guideline recommendation claiming that there is no need

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Scholarship in policy development

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Posted by: Karen Chapman-Novakofski, PhD, RDN on Friday January 10, 2020 It is so exciting to see an issue with several papers related to the science behind policy development! Not that

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Engaging students through service-learning opportunities in public health

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Posted by: Casey Coombs, MS, RD on Monday November 18, 2019 Service learning, a form of experiential learning, gives students the opportunity to apply knowledge and skills from the classroom in

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Chasing Technology

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Posted by: Karen Chapman-Novakofski, PhD, RDN on Monday November 18, 2019 I continue to find myself chasing technology, both professionally and personally. Of course, I'm of the generation that remembers physically

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Reflections on the 2019 Annual Conference and Post-Conference Tour to Cuba

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Posted by: Jennifer Wilkins, PhD, RD on Thursday October 10, 2019 As I begin my term as president of the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior, I am buoyed by the

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It’s a GEM!

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Posted by: Karen Chapman-Novakofski, PhD, RDN on Thursday October 10, 2019 Ever wonder what the difference between a Research Brief and a GEM (Great Educational Material) is? From 

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Prioritizing sustainability in food purchases – opportunity for our critical thinking

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Posted by: Jennifer Wilkins, PhD, RD on Wednesday August 28, 2019 As I proposed in my Presidential Address at last month’s Annual Meeting, SNEB is well-positioned to lead integration of human

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Opportunities in Nutrition and Aging

Posted by: Karen Chapman-Novakofski, PhD, RDN on Monday August 19, 2019 Although nutrition education is important across the lifespan, research funding seems to be more focused on childhood, specifically childhood obesity.

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50 Years of EFNEP: Contributions to the Evolution and Advancement of Theoretically Based Nutrition Education

Jennifer McCaffrey, PhD, MPH, RD
Posted by: Jennifer McCaffrey, PhD, MPH, RD on Monday August 12, 2019

by Jennifer McCaffrey, PhD, MPH, RD SNEB President

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education

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FDA’s Nutrition Innovation Strategy: How Nutrition Educators Can Help

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Posted by: U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday July 17, 2019 It is widely known that heart disease, cancer, diabetes and other chronic diseases are the leading causes of death and

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Addressing the Issue of Food Insecurity on College Campuses

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Posted by: Linda L. Thompson, PhD, LN on Wednesday June 19, 2019 Originally published in the May issue of JNEB.By Linda L. Thompson, PhD, LN; Mateja R. Savoie-Roskos, PhD, MPH, RDN; Alisha R. Farris, PhD, RDN; Kristin

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TraDiSHional Impact on the Health of Native American Children

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Posted by: Virginia C. Stage, PhD, RDN on Wednesday June 19, 2019 Originally published in the June issue of JNEB.Native American (NA) children have a rich cultural and sensory relation- ship with

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Reaching Pregnant and Postpartum Women: What We Want, What They Want

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Posted by: Karen Chapman-Novakofski, PhD, RDN on Wednesday June 19, 2019 Originally published in the June issue of JNEB.Pregnancy is an exciting, stressful, challenging time for most women. We try to

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JNEB Editorial: Updates from JNEB

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Posted by: Karen Chapman-Novakofski, PhD, RDN on Saturday June 15, 2019 Originally published in the May issue of JNEB.Hopefully you have now noticed that JNEB has transitioned from the EES system

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SNEB Editorial: Inquiring Minds Want to Know: Supporting SNEB Member Capacity to Describe, Explain, Predict, and Impact Nutrition Behaviors and Environments

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Posted by: SNEB Intern on Friday June 14, 2019 Originally published in the April issue of JNEB.In July of 2018, the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior (SNEB) Research

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JNEB Editorial: Sustainability Planning

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Posted by: Karen Chapman-Novakofski, PhD, RDN on Friday June 14, 2019 Originally published in the April issue of JNEB.If you have not already read the January JNEB issue, please do review

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Nutrition Buzzwords – Are You ‘In the Know?’

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Posted by: Ellen Schuster, MS on Monday June 3, 2019 Article originally appears in the May 24, 2019 issue of the SNEB eCommunicator.What words or terms keep

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What’s in a Name? Plant-Based, Plant Forward or Plant-Centered?

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Posted by: Ellen Schuster, MS on Monday May 20, 2019 Article originally appears in the May 10, 2019 issue of the SNEB eCommunicator.Currently, 39% of us are

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The Evolution of Farmers Markets

Posted by: Ellen Schuster, MS on Monday April 22, 2019 Article originally appears in the April 11, 2019 issue of the SNEB eCommunicatorAs we head into spring

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Want to Try a Recipe from Another Culture but Missing an Ingredient?

Posted by: Ellen Schuster, MS on Monday April 8, 2019 Article originally appears in the March 29, 2019 issue of the SNEB eCommunicator.Cuisines from other cultures are

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Robots Picking/Making our Food, AI, Voice Ordering – Oh My!

Posted by: Ellen Schuster, MS on Tuesday March 26, 2019 Article originally appears in the March 15, 2019 issue of the SNEB eCommunicator.If the article on grocery

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JNEB Editorial: Coherence in Adopting Implementation Science?

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Posted by: Karen Chapman-Novakofski, PhD, RDN on Wednesday March 13, 2019 Originally appears in the March issue of JNEB.Implementation science is gaining in adoption by nutrition education and

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SNEB Editorial: DigiTech Division: Positioning SNEB to Lead the Way in Digital Technology for Nutrition Education and Behavior Change

Posted by: Marissa Burgermaster on Wednesday March 13, 2019 Originally appears in the March issue of JNEB.In July 2018, the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior

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More Grocery Store Disruptors with a Focus on Technology

Posted by: Ellen Schuster, MS on Monday March 4, 2019 Article originally appears in the February 28, 2019 issue of the SNEB eCommunicator.Last year I shared some

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School Food Service at the Ground Level

Posted by: Ellen Schuster, MS on Wednesday February 20, 2019 Article originally appears in the February 14, 2019 issue of the SNEB eCommunicator.The recent government shutdown highlighted

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SNEB Editorial: Professional Development and Volunteerism Can Go Hand in Hand

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Posted by: Andrea Morris on Friday February 8, 2019 Originally published in the January 2019 issue of JNEB.As the New Year begins and thoughts of resolutions

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SNEB Editorial: Public Health Nutrition: Translating Research into Practice

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Posted by: Casey Coombs, MS, RD on Friday February 8, 2019 Originally published in the February issue of JNEB.Public health nutrition is a unique, multifaceted discipline that includes

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JNEB Editorial: National Heart Health Month

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Posted by: Karen Chapman-Novakofski, PhD, RDN on Tuesday February 5, 2019 Originally published in the February issue of JNEB.I realize that all of JNEB’s readership knows that February

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The Murky World of Superfoods

Posted by: Ellen Schuster, MS on Monday February 4, 2019 Article originally appears in the February 1, 2019 issue of the SNEB eCommunicator.Looking for a definition of

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Look, on the Shelf, it?s a Health Halo!

Posted by: Ellen Schuster, MS on Wednesday January 23, 2019 Article originally appears in the January 17, 2019 issue of the SNEB eCommunicator.It all started with the

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2019…What Will We See on Shelves and Other Food-Related Trends

Posted by: Ellen Schuster, MS on Wednesday December 12, 2018 Article originally published in the December 6, 2018 issue of the SNEB eCommunicator.Much like seeing holiday decorations

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