July 2008 People & Events
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Bnot as difficult as it seems. State byState Dietetics Boards and Laws Linksis an updated reference document canbe found in the Advocacy and the Pro-fes
MalisNoonicine will showcase original scientificcomplementary and alternative medi-cine (CAM) research through keynoteand plenary sessions, oral and poster
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e Commission on Accreditation foretetics Education is ADAs accred-g agency for education programsparing students for careers as
gistered Dietitians and Dieteticchnicians, Registered. CADE es-lishes and enforces eligibility re-
irements and accreditation stan-rds that ensure the quality andtinued improvement of nutrition
d dietetics education programs.he accreditation decisions made atmost recent CADE meeting are avail-e at www.eatright.org/cps/rde/xchg/a/hs.xsl/CADE_824_ENU_HTML.htmd include status of programs whichve received candidacy for accredi-ion, initial accreditation, contin-d accreditation, developmental ac-ditation, provisional accreditation,
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A provides numerous resources andefits, including information on li-se requirements for each state. Ifare moving or you have clients in a
ferent state from where you reside,should read the state statutes and
ulations regarding licensure in thatte. ADA provides a state-by-stateerence sheet with Web links for ev-state board of licensure, as well as
ect links to that states licensuretutes and regulations.ecoming licensed in a new state is
DA CALENDAR008 Food & Nutritiononference & Expo
ctober 25-28, 2008hicago, ILe assoctom of the State Affairs page undercensure and Certification at http://w.eatright.org/cps/rde/xchg/ada/hs.
l/advocacy_767_ENU_HTML.htmu must be logged in with yourmber number in order to accesss document. If you have questionserpreting state statutes or regula-ns, please contact that states licen-re board for the most accurate in-mation.
mbers often inquire about donatingir old Journals to a good cause, butt know where to start. The Specialraries Association Web site provides
ist of organizations that accept dona-ns of old journals and redistributem to developing countries, found at
tp://www.sla.org/content/resources/oresour/reftool/bkdonate.cfm. Theurnal encourages our readers toe advantage of this opportunity to
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gress on Nutrition and Health in theerly
ptember 15-17, 2008, 5th Europeanngress on Nutrition and Health in
Elderly (NHE 2008), Warsawiversity of Life Sciences, Warsaw,land. Since December 1991, a con-ss on nutrition and health in theerly has been held every 4 years. Its shown to be an important platformshare experiences and exchangeas and new information in the fieldfood, diet, and health in the agingulation. For more information, visitp://nhecongress2008.sggw.pl.
ference on Complementary andegrative Medicine
y 12-15, 2009, Hilton Minneapo-Hotel, Minneapolis, MN. The 2009
rth American Research ConferenceComplementary & Integrative Med-iationPEOPLE & EVENTSsions. Areas of CAM research pre-ted and discussed at this conference
ll 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.
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f the event of sponsor. Sendaterial to: Ryan Lipscomb,epartment Editor, Journal ofe American Dieteticssociation, 120 S. Riversidelaza, Suite 2000, Chicago, IL0606; email@example.com;12/899-4829; or fax, 312/899-812.
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