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ApScottsdale, AZ. Save the dates to at-tend the Sports, Cardiovascular, andWellness Nutritionists (SCAN) dieteticpractice groups 2009 symposium, The
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Journal of the AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION 2009 by the American Dietetic Associationfrom th
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e Journal of the American Dieteticsociation is issuing a Call for Papersthe topic of parenteral nutrition. Allated aspects of this theme will besidered. Papers on: specific popula-ns (ie, home patients, adults or chil-n with gastrointestinal failure, therbidly obese), electrolyte manage-nt, nutritional assessment, glycemictrol, discipline-oriented (RD, RN,h, MD), vitamin, mineral or tracement deficiencies or excesses, or ad-se events are welcomed. A review ond-base disorders demonstrating al comprehension of the physiologyd the resulting changes in paren-al nutrition prescription is specifi-ly sought. However, a broad range ofics are encouraged.eviews, Research and Professional
iefs, Research, Perspectives in Prac-e, Practical Clinical Solutions, andmmentaries are all suitable articleegories. Please refer to the Journalside for Authors for details. Papersrequested to be submitted by
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e Commission on Accreditation foretetics Education is ADAs accred-g agency for education programsparing students for careers asgistered Dietitians and Dieteticchnicians, Registered. CADE es-lishes and enforces eligibility re-irements and accreditation stan-rds that ensure the quality andtinued improvement of nutritiond dietetics education programs.he accreditation decisions madethe most recent CADE meeting areailable at www.eatright.org/cps//xchg/ada/hs.xsl/CADE_824_ENU_ML.htm and include the status ofograms which have received can-acy for accreditation, initial ac-ditation, continued accreditation,visional accreditation, substantialuivalency, probationary accredita-n, and voluntary withdrawal fromreditation.
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AN Symposium 2009
ril 16-19, 2009, Doubletree Hotel,iationPEOPLE & EVENTSer educational event will provide at-dees with a wealth of nutrition andllness information and resources.e agenda includes speakers from thervard School of Public Health,bMD, Cooking Light, Prevention,d other renowned organizations,o will be delivering the latest nutri-n and wellness research along withctical applications. Continuing edu-ion credits have been applied forth the American Dietetic AssociationA), American College of Sportsdicine (ACSM), National Strengthnditioning Association (NSCA), and
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758tional Athletic Trainers Assoc.ATA). Visit SCANs Web site at www.ndpg.org for upcoming informationthe exciting list of topics, speakers,d registration details.
h American Overseas Dieteticociation (AODA) Conference
ril 23-25, 2009, Crown Plaza Muti-, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Globalportunities for the RD: Translatingidence-Based Research into Prac-e is a 212-day educational event forCPE units (subject to approval).is cutting-edge conference is co-nsored by AODA and the Malaysiaetetic Association. The preliminarygram will provide information onely and popular topics of value tos around the globe. AODA is a CDR-redited Continuing Professional Ed-tion (CPE) provider. The registra-n fee for AODA/ADA/MDAmembersending this conference is MYR 600early-bird registration and MYR
0 for registrations posted after Feb-ry 28, 2009. For non-AODA/ADA/A members, the early-bird regis-tion fee is MYR 730, and MYR 830ear
April 2009 Volume 109 Number 4registrations posted after Febru-28, 2009. For information aboutDA, the 2009 Conference, onlineference registration, accommoda-n and program updates visitw.EatrightOverseas.org, or e-mailnference2009@EatrightOverseas.to reach the conference chair.
ference on Complementary andegrative Medicine
y 12-16, 2009, Hilton Minneapolistel, Minneapolis, MN. The 2009rth American Research ConferenceComplementary & Integrative Med-e will showcase original scientificplementary and alternative medi-e (CAM) research through keynoted plenary sessions, oral and postersentations, and innovative scientificsions. Areas of CAM research pre-ted and discussed at this conferencell include research in basic science,ical research, methodological re-rch, health services research, andcation research. Call for scientific
stracts and workshop submissions:ptember 30, 2008. For additionalference information, visit www.consortium-conference.org or firstname.lastname@example.org.
ernational Congress on Nutrition
tober 4-9, 2009, Bangkok Interna-nal Trade & Exhibition Centre,ngkok, Thailand. The 19th Annualernational Congress on Nutrition,med Nutrition Security for All,ll provide the highest quality scien-c program featuring internationallyognized speakers and experts in theld. The most up-to-date nutrition-ated issues will be covered in thenary lectures, dialogues, parallelposia/workshops, and panel dis-
ssions, as well as oral and postersentations. For more information,it http://icn2009.com/home.html.
semary Robinson, RD, August08, was a nutritional epidemiolo-t and a research assistant profes-at Clarkson University.arolyn Isch, RD, November
08, joined the ADA in 1955. After
ning a bachelors and masters de-e from The Ohio State University,went on to work at Yale-New Ha-Hospital in Connecticut and even-lly became director of Dietetics ategheny General Hospital in Pitts-rgh, PA. Isch was also on the staff ofDietary Managers Association forny years.. Elizabeth Handy, RD, De-
mber 2008, was a nutrition special-and program administrator with theDepartment of Agriculture (USDA)30 years. Handy beganworking as atitian at Doctors Hospital in Wash-ton, DC, during World War II in44 after graduating from Jamesdison University and doing gradu-work at George Washington Uni-sity and the USDA Graduateool. Handy became research projectder for the National School Lunchogram in 1946 and provided techni-assistance related to school lunchesschools across the country.When sheired in 1975, Handy was honoredth USDAs Distinguished Serviceard.