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<ul><li><p>ANBehPra</p><p>StaPrteranCanainthiextended until April 2011. The Behav-ioral Health Nutrition Dietetic PracticeGroup (DPG) has decided to developStandards of Practice (SOP) and Stan-da</p><p>(SOarereneastuaMemoSOhaconagatCaofsm</p><p>Cal</p><p>ThAsonrelcontiodremomeconRPeleveracifulantercaltopR</p><p>BrticCocatGuarevepumapeeW</p><p>tortantiothec-z90</p><p>Donating Journals</p><p>Members often inquire about donating</p><p>donforUnorgolddevlibdoknavaou</p><p>ED</p><p>Int</p><p>Octio</p><p>A2COD</p><p>2CNB</p><p>2CSS</p><p>DfoisbMPevAspLAS. Riverside Plaza, Suite 2000,Chicago, IL 60606;; 312/899-4829; or fax,</p><p>NCMANaac&amp;1ainfoo$</p><p>L</p><p>s</p><p>TWmys</p><p>mrwtiaw</p><p> 2rds of Professional Performance their old Journals to a good cause, but312/899-4812.</p><p>009 by the American Dietetic Association Journal of the AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION 1479from th</p><p>NOUNCEMENTSavioral Health Care Standards ofctice Reaffirmed</p><p>ndards of Practice and Standards ofofessional Performance for Regis-ed Dietitians (Generalist, Specialty,d Advanced) in Behavioral Healthre, originally published in the Jour-l of the American Dietetic AssociationMarch 2006, have been reaffirmed ats time and its review date has been</p><p>DA CALENDAR009 ADA Food &amp; Nutritiononference &amp; Expoctober 17-20, 2009;enver, CO</p><p>010 ADA Food &amp; Nutritiononference &amp; Expoovember 6-9, 2010;oston, MA</p><p>011 ADA Food &amp; Nutritiononference &amp; Expoeptember 24-27, 2011;an Diego, CA</p><p>otice of the Food &amp; Nutritiononference &amp; Expo (FNCE) Membereeting of the American Dieteticssociationotice is hereby given that, pursu-nt to the Board of Directors, thennual meeting of members willonvene at the Associations FoodNutrition Conference &amp; Expo at</p><p>0AM on Monday, October 17, 2009t the Colorado Convention CenterDenver, CO. Full registration</p><p>r members is $329 if postmarkedn or before September 10, 2009 or419 after September 10, 2009.Jessie M. Pavlinac, MS, RD, CSR,DPresident, American Dietetic As-</p><p>ociatione assocPP) for RDs in four distinct practiceas, as opposed to revising the cur-t standards. These four practice ar-include: Eating Disorders, Intellec-l and Developmental Disabilities,ntal Illness, and Addictions. Forre information on the SOP andPP currently being developed by Be-vioral Health Nutrition DPG, pleasetact Cecily Byrne, MS, RD, man-er of Quality Management at ADA, or Sharon Mc-uley, MS, MBA, RD, FADA, directorQuality Management at ADA,</p><p>l for Papers</p><p>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</p><p>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 No-</p><p>mber 30, 2009 for an estimatedblication date in early 2010. Allnuscripts will be subject to routiner review.e encourage authors and investiga-</p><p>s to give consideration to this impor-t clinical topic. If you have any ques-ns, please contact the Assistant toEditor-in-Chief, Claire Zulkey, at</p><p> or 312/8-5749.iationPEOPLE &amp; EVENTSt knowwhere to start. TheWeb sitethe Health Sciences Library at theiversity of Buffalo provides a list ofanizations that accept donations ofjournals and redistribute them toeloping countries, found at The Jour-</p><p>l encourages our readers to take ad-ntage of this opportunity to sharer knowledge.</p><p>UCATIONAL EVENTS</p><p>ernational Congress on Nutrition</p><p>tober 4-9, 2009, Bangkok Interna-nal Trade &amp; Exhibition Centre,</p><p>eadline for submitting materialr the People and Events sectionthe first of the month, 3 months</p><p>efore the date of the issue (eg,ay 1 for the August issue).ublication of an educationalent is not an endorsement by thessociation of the event oronsor. Send material to: Ryan</p><p>ipscomb, Editor, Journal of themerican Dietetic Association, 120</p><p>ell Us Your Issue . . .e care about the concerns of ADAembers and want to hear fromou. There are four easy ways toubmit your issues:</p><p> 312/899-4790.Phone 800/877-1600 ext 5000.Contact your delegate.</p><p>You will receive immediate confir-ation that your message has beeneceived and action will be takenithin 2 months. For more informa-on, visit ADAsmember home pagend click on Member Issues or</p></li><li><p>BaIntthewitifiallintriinalldisprevis</p><p>IntMe</p><p>SeCoVatioinv23anendreanantatiniprextioapFova</p><p>AB</p><p>Ob</p><p>Jobeica50grebatetVAshestrbectananWeCoM</p><p>weaftjoiallan</p><p>inanJ</p><p>waDeuaa bicsMeantitiStaDeanNuserioureganHoAmtartioIowprebucha</p><p>Hon</p><p>20enRdT</p><p>metioanAwtriforThWeonawwavelfascanadINNUrecStutaivictrileasittothetio(C</p><p>outhesorMeComegra(UAmtioidemaNualsforclutio(COuDiGlna20InsSc</p><p>PEOPLE &amp; EVENTS</p><p>148ngkok, Thailand. The 19th Annualernational Congress on Nutrition,med Nutrition Security for All,ll provide the highest quality scien-c program featuring internation-y recognized speakers and expertsthe field. The most up-to-date nu-tion-related issues will be coveredthe plenary lectures, dialogues, par-el symposia/workshops, and panelcussions, as well as oral and postersentations. For more information,it</p><p>ernational Society of Hypertensioneting</p><p>ptember 26-30, 2010, Vancouvernvention and Exhibition Centre,ncouver, BC, Canada. The Interna-nal Society of Hypertension (ISH)ites you to participate in theirrd Scientific Meeting, ISH 2010,d meet with the worlds leading sci-tific and medical specialists to ad-ss the current state of knowledged research in cardiovascular healthd risk reduction. Keynote presen-ions, industry- and investigator-tiated symposia, oral and posteresentations, public forums, andhibits will focus on the risk reduc-n theme and stress new integrativeproaches to cardiovascular diseases.r more information, visit</p><p>OUT PEOPLE</p><p>ituaries</p><p>yce L. Chamberlain, RD, Decem-r 2008, was a member of the Amer-n Dietetic Association for more thanyears. She received a bachelors de-e from the University of Illinois Ur-na-Champaign and completed a die-ic internship at the Edward HinesMedical Center in Hines, IL, wherebegan her career as an admini-</p><p>ative dietitian. Chamberlain laterame chief dietitian at the Manhat-VA Medical Center in New York</p><p>d retired as chief dietitian from thest Haven VA Medical Center innnecticut.ary E. Carter, RD, April 2009,</p><p>nt to work at Providence Hospitaler completing her internship andned ADA in the 1950s. She eventu-y became chief dietitian at Veter-</p><p>s Affairs Medical Centers located ma</p><p>0 August 2009 Volume 109 Number 8Martinsburg, WV; Phoenix, AZ;d Sepulveda, CA.eanne Clawson, RD, April 2009,s a consultant dietitian for the Iowapartment of Elder Affairs. She grad-ted from Iowa State University withachelor of science degree in Dietet-, interned at Indiana Universitydical Center in Indianapolis, IN,d served as chief administrative die-an there. Clawson returned to Iowate University to obtain her Mastersgree in Food Science and served asassistant professor in the Food andtrition Department there. She alsoved as a consultant dietitian at var-s hospitals and nursing homes, asistered dietitian for Elderbridge,d as renal dietitian at IowaLutheranspital. Clawsonwas amember of theerican Dietetic Association, secre-y of the Indiana Dietetic Associa-n, and held many positions in thea Dietetic Association, includingsident, president-elect, treasurer,lletin editor and local arrangementsirman for the state meeting.</p><p>ors</p><p>09 International Award Recipi-t, Patricia Y. Thompson, MSc,Nhe recipient of the 2009 Wimpfhei-r-Guggenheim Fund for Interna-nal Exchange in Nutrition, Dieteticsd Management Competitive Essayard and the First International Nu-tionist Dietitian (FIND) FellowshipStudy in the USA is Patricia Y.</p><p>ompson, MSc, RdN, of Jamaica,st Indies. This is the first time some-e has the distinction of receiving bothards in the same year. Thompsons selected for her essay entitled, De-oping and Sustaining School Break-t Programs in Jamaica. Her essaybe found at the following link, www.</p><p> She was selected toeive the FIND Fellowship fordy in the USA for her plan to ob-n a doctoral degree in Health Ser-es with an emphasis on school nu-tion programs through a distancerning program at Walden Univer-y in Baltimore, MD. In additionserving as the Past President ofCaribbean Association of Nutri-</p><p>nists and Dietitians InstitutionANDI), Thompson has served in</p><p>ny other volunteer roles through-t her career including: Member ofJamaica Ministry of Health advi-y committee on Complementarydicine, Chairperson for Advisorymmittee on Curriculum Develop-nt for Nutrition and Dietetics Pro-mmes at University of Technologytech), Country Representative forerican Overseas Dietetic Associa-n (AODA), and Founder, Past Pres-nt, and Vice President of the Ja-ica Association of Professionals intrition &amp; Dietetics. Thompson haso been honored with many awardsher outstanding contributions in-ding the 2007 Caribbean Associa-n of Nutritionists and DietitiansANDi) Lopez Zephirin Award fortstanding Work in Nutrition andetetics in the Caribbean, the 2006obal Child Nutrition ForumInter-tional Representative, and the05 Caribbean Food and Nutritiontitute (CFNI) Impact Award forhool Nutrition Project.</p></li></ul>