Dear SNEB Community,
We hope this message finds you well.
19-pandemic-with-creativity-and-resilience/> The work you do makes us proud
of the nutrition education profession and the many ways in which you are
positively impacting the world in the midst of the current global public
As we continue to make plans related to SNEB's Annual Conference, our
concern continues to focus on the health and safety of all. While this
remains a fluid situation, the reality is becoming clearer as public health
officials and medical professionals meet the COVID-19 pandemic head-on.
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We are grateful for your patience and input in this extraordinary time.
Jennifer Wilkins, PhD, RD
SNEB (The Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior) participates in the Osteo Arthritis Action Alliance program. You can learn more about their program and materials at https://oaaction.unc.edu.
The OAA mounted an effort to provide information to health care providers as well as patients about weight management. The first modules are about exercise and OA and are available on the Charlotte AHEC website and are available for CME and CE credit for the next 12 months. The flyer is attached please share with your colleagues who may be interested
The OAAA is exploring what type of programs and materials they should be developing/promoting/disseminating related to nutrition and weight management and nutrition and osteoarthritis. If you have thoughts I would be delighted to hear from you. I am currently serving as SNEB's rep to this group.
I hope everyone is safe and well
Journal Club 9: Exploration of Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Intake in a Latinx
Monday, May 4 | 1 p.m. - 2 p.m. EDT
Free as a benefit of SNEB membership | Non-members: $25
About the Webinar
Sugar-sweetened beverage behavior is rooted in various social and
environment factors. In this presentation, we will explore these factors
related to consumption within the Latinx population. Further, we will
discuss the role of culture and identity around consumption within the
context the the Cultural Capital Framework.
related JNEB article
About the Presenters
Diana Cuy Castellanos, PhD, RDN, University of Dayton
Diana Cuy Castellanos PhD, RDN has worked with the Latinx population for
almost 20 years. Her research resides in the area of dietary acculturation
and behavior and food systems. She earned her PhD from the University of
Southern Mississippi in 2011 and is currently an associate professor at the
University of Dayton in Ohio. Further, she is a mother of two children and
enjoys baking and being outdoors.
Beth Miller, PhD, RD, LD, Miami University
Beth Miller is a professor at Miami University in Ohio where she is an
active researcher and instructor. Dr. Miller's research focuses on community
nutrition and health, specifically in low-income and diverse populations.
She utilizes Community-based Participatory Research to identify
nutrition-related challenges and inform intervention development and
implementation in communities. Currently, she is a co-investigator on a
National Institute of Health funded project.
Participants of this webinar will receive 1 CEU for live attendance. The
webinar provides information on the following:
SNEB Nutrition Educator Competencies
Behavior and Education Theory
Nutrition Education and Research Methods
CDR Performance Indicators
6.1.9, 6.2.3, 6.3.8
CDR Learning Need Codes
1040, 6010, 9060
Senior Communications Coordinator
Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior
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The SNEB offices are closed until May 4 due to a state order to stay at
home. Staff are working from home and will continue to have access to email
From: Kolasa, Kathryn <kolasaka(a)ecu.edu>
Sent: Friday, April 24, 2020 9:21 AM
Cc: Kolasa, Kathryn <kolasaka(a)ecu.edu>
Does anyone have with the "sugar replacement" Swerve?
Cooking, baking, tasting, side effects?
Ingredients: erythritol, prebiotic oligosaccharides and natural flavors. We have explored what they say on their website swervesweet.com and I did taste it at the FNCE meeting in the fall.
It is now available in our market and people are asking me about it
Kathryn M Kolasa PhD, RDN, LDN
Professor Emerita, Brody School of Medicine
Vidant Health Consultant
Dean, Eastern AHEC Scholars Program
3080 Dartmouth Drive
Greenville, NC 27858
Do you have a curriculum that you have helped write? A new website? Know of
other new resources that would help nutrition educators? I looking for new
resources that can be peer reviewed for the Journal of Nutrition Education
and Behavior. If you know of any new resources, please email me.
I appreciate your assistance.
Best - and stay safe!
Shirley Camp, MS, RD
Editorial Assistant, New Resources
Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior
405 N. Union St.
Good Hope, IL 61438
Hi folks, just received this from Indian Health Service, these resources
may be helpful to you - feel free to share, thanks and hope you're all
hanging in there. Best wishes for health, safety, and sanity, Barbara
---------- Forwarded message ---------
From: Becenti, Alberta (IHS/HQ) <
Date: Mon, Apr 20, 2020 at 8:40 AM
Subject: Re: Talking to kids about COVID-19
FYI. Share widely.
Urban Indian Health Institute (UIHI) created an illustrated guide on
talking to Native youth about COVID-19. There is also a supplemental fact
sheet that provides in-depth information to assist caregivers in having a
trauma informed and resiliency based conversation. Tribal, Urban, and rural
clinics, may request these resources in print either as a poster, table
pop-up poster, or free standing large banner for waiting rooms and other
clinic spaces. The request may be submitted directly to UIHI via email at
info(a)uihi.org<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>. The print options are available on a
first come, first serve basis. They may be downloaded on demand directly
from the UIHI website https://www.uihi.org/projects/covid/.
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