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<ul><li><p>AN</p><p>Do</p><p>MeingbuWebravidcepredtriedboagthied</p><p>ED</p><p>IntMe</p><p>SeCoVatioinv23anendreanantioitipresentations, public forums, andexhibits will focus on the risk reduc-tion theme and stress new integrativeapproaches to cardiovascular dis-ea</p><p>ConFitn</p><p>OcGrtricomWoanAgHetiocgn</p><p>Car</p><p>OcBobogathetypsitsurenpreexpestfecoumevidtremeredhtt</p><p>AmAn</p><p>OcHotheReianogihecunuthetreconHiThoptables and a poster session. CPEUand CME credits are pending. Formore information please visit www.aicr.org/conference, e-mail research@</p><p>AB</p><p>Hon</p><p>JoMe</p><p>BtherecsocAwPHothesentha</p><p>A2CNB</p><p>2CSS</p><p>DfoisbMPevAspLAS. Riverside Plaza, Suite 2000,Chicago, IL 60606; journal@eatright.org; 312/899-4829; or fax,</p><p>T</p><p>Wmys</p><p>mrwtiaw</p><p> 2ses. aicr.org, or call 202/328-7744.312/899-4812.</p><p>010 by the American Dietetic Association Journal of the AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION 1255from th</p><p>NOUNCEMENTS</p><p>nating Journals</p><p>mbers often inquire about donat-their old Journals to a good cause,</p><p>t dont know where to start. Theb site for the Health Sciences Li-ry at the University of Buffalo pro-es a list of organizations that ac-t donations of old journals andistribute them to developing coun-</p><p>es, found at http://libweb.lib.buffalo.u/dokuwiki/hslwiki/doku.php?idok_donations. The Journal encour-es our readers to take advantage ofs opportunity to share our knowl-ge.</p><p>UCATIONAL EVENTS</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 their</p><p>rd Scientific Meeting, ISH 2010,d meet with the worlds leading sci-tific and medical specialists to ad-ss the current state of knowledge</p><p>d research in cardiovascular healthd risk reduction. Keynote presenta-ns, industry- and investigator-in-ated symposia, oral and poster</p><p>DA CALENDAR010 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, CAe assocference on Genetics, Nutrition, andess</p><p>tober 5-8, 2010, Ancient Olympia,eece. The Center for Genetics, Nu-tion and Health announces the up-</p><p>ing Inaugural Conference of therld Council on Genetics, Nutrition</p><p>d Fitness for Health on Healthyriculture, Healthy Nutrition andalthy People. For more informa-n, including registration, visit www.h.net/wcgnfh/hahnhp.</p><p>diometabolic Health Congress</p><p>tober 20-23, 2010, Sheraton Hotel,ston, MA. The 2010 Cardiometa-lic Health Congress (CMHC) is athering of more than 1,500 of</p><p>sharpest minds in dyslipidemia,e 2 diabetes, hypertension, obe-</p><p>y, chronic kidney disease, and in-lin resistance, as they join world-owned clinicians, academics, andstigious professional societies tolore, debate, and translate the lat-clinical data into practical and ef-</p><p>tive strategies to improve patienttcomes. CMHC is a comprehensivedical education meeting that pro-es clinicians with the tools andatment strategies to diagnose cardio-tabolic risk and treat appropriately touce CVD. For more information, visitp://www.cardiometabolichealth.org.</p><p>erican Institute for Cancer Researchnual Research Conference</p><p>tober 21-22, 2010, Capital Hiltontel, Washington, DC. Each year</p><p>American Institute for Cancersearch (AICR) welcomes dietit-s, clinical investigators, epidemiol-sts, basic scientists, and otheralth professionals interested in dis-ssing the latest research on food,trition, and physical activity asy relate to cancer prevention,atment, and survival. This yearsference will be held at the Capital</p><p>lton Hotel in Washington, DC.ere will be a number of networkingportunities, including RD round-iationPEOPLE &amp; EVENTSOUT PEOPLE</p><p>ors</p><p>urnal Writer Wins Nutritiondia Awardrian Boyce, a freelance writer forJournal, was chosen as the 2010</p><p>ipient of the Indiana Dietetic As-iations Nutrition in the Newsard for his January 2010 article,</p><p>andemics Arent Just for People:w Disease Can Affect Crops andFood Supply. This award is pre-ted to a professional in the mediat uses registered dietitians as a</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: Ryanipscomb, Editor, Journal of themerican Dietetic Association, 120</p><p>ell Us Your Issue . . .</p><p>e care about the concerns of ADAembers and want to hear from</p><p>ou. There are four easy ways toubmit your issues:</p><p>E-mailissuesmgmt@eatright.org.Fax 312/899-4790.Phone 800/877-1600 ext 5000.Contact your delegate.</p><p>You will receive immediate confir-ation that your message has been</p><p>eceived and action will be takenithin 2 months. For more informa-on, visit ADAs member home pagend click on Member Issues or visitww.eatright.org/issues.</p></li><li><p>reswainffriusproobcom</p><p>McCha</p><p>ADPhfirsit1,ADtheleacatanucawoalibaGlchoisnicleatheheChwinitChonproennu</p><p>Ob</p><p>RowaUnnatioinogywaStaneIAIllitwpronoMainOr</p><p>proactobrecandieterfor</p><p>ERInQutolesetathanaTaforgrobleforrating</p><p>do</p><p>PEOPLE &amp; EVENTS</p><p>125we</p><p>6 August 2010 Volume 110 Number 8ource, shows a commitment to-rd promotion of accurate nutritionormation, and creates consumer-endly reports. The criteria includeing RDs for resources and quotes,moting ADA campaigns, accuracy,</p><p>jectivity and evidence of continuedmitment.</p><p>Collum Named First President ofndler University</p><p>A member Glenna R. McCollum,D, MPH, RD, has been named thest President of Chandler Univer-y in Chandler, AZ, beginning July2010. McCollum, a member of theA Board of Directors as speaker ofHouse of Delegates, is a recognized</p><p>der in Arizona and has been in edu-ional leadership since 1990. She isavid proponent of postsecondary ed-tion and training, particularly in a</p><p>rld changed by technology and glob-zation. Steve Cooper, CEO of Camel-ck Education Group, states, Drenna McCollum is the excellentice to lead Chandler University. Sheentrepreneurial and understandshe educational markets. Her localdership will assure we are meetingneeds of the Chandler community,</p><p>lping to create the next legacy ofandler. Her national involvementll assure distance education opportu-ies and niche market training.andler University will begin as anline university offering high-qualitygrams in business, computer sci-</p><p>ce, education, liberal arts, nursing,trition, and sustainability.</p><p>ituary</p><p>bin Orr, PhD, RD, May 2010,s an extension specialist for theiversity of Illinois and a state andtional leader in community nutri-n education. Orr held a doctoratenutrition, marketing, and gerontol-</p><p>from Iowa State University, ands an extension specialist at Iowate University and owner of a busi-</p><p>ss called Creative Eating in Ames,, before joining the University ofnois in 1993. Since 2008, she ledo community nutrition educationgrams. She was honored by Illi-</p><p>is Governor Pat Quinn, who namedrch 19, 2010, Robin A. Orr DayIllinois, and the first Robin A.</p><p>r Community Partnership Awards</p><p>re presented to recognize programsmoting healthy eating, physicalivity, and partnerships to address</p><p>esity and diabetes in Illinois. Theently established Robin Orr Foodd Nutrition Fund will be used fortetic student scholarships and in-nships, a lecture series, and grantsnutrition education programs.</p><p>RATUMthe article Development of a Dietality Index with Special ReferenceMicronutrient Adequacy for Ado-cent Girls Consuming a Lacto-Veg-rian Diet by Chiplonkar and Tupet appeared in the June 2010 Jour-l (pp 926-931), there is an error inble 1 on page 928. The AMQI score</p><p>Food variety based on all sub-ups and weekly variety in vegeta-s and fruits should be 5, not 50,the scoring criteria 10, and 0</p><p>her than a blank line for the scor-criteria 5.</p><p>i: 10.1016/j.jada.2010.07.013</p></li></ul>