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<ul><li><p>AN</p><p>BehPra</p><p>StaofistciaHetheAsreada20Dicid(SOPedisrevfouDimeanondetrirnMaeaMSQusm</p><p>Call for Papers</p><p>The Journal of the American DieteticAs</p><p>onrelcontiodremomeconRPeleveracifulantercaltopR</p><p>BrPranartJotaimiest20toW</p><p>tortanqutanZued</p><p>LatPub</p><p>ThDiaccgraasTetabqudaconanT</p><p>theavxcHTML.htm and include the status ofprograms which have received candi-dacy for accreditation, initial accred-itation, continued accreditation, pro-</p><p>equtioac</p><p>Do</p><p>MethedonforUnorgoftolibdoJo</p><p>A2COD</p><p>2CNB</p><p>2CSS</p><p>DfoismisisedenomDthAPlaza, Suite 2000, Chicago, IL60606; journal@eatright.org;312/899-4829; or fax, 312/899-</p><p>TWmys</p><p>mrwtiaw</p><p>110sociation is issuing a Call for Papers visional accreditation, substantial4812.</p><p>8 Journal of the AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION 2009 by the American Dietetic Associationfrom th</p><p>NOUNCEMENTS</p><p>avioral Health Care Standards ofctice Reaffirmed</p><p>ndards of Practice and StandardsProfessional Performance for Reg-ered Dietitians (Generalist, Spe-lty, and Advanced) in Behavioralalth Care, originally published in</p><p>Journal of the American Dieteticsociation in March 2006, have beenffirmed at this time and its reviewte has been extended until April11. The Behavioral Health Nutritionetetic Practice Group (DPG) has de-ed to develop Standards of PracticeP) and Standards of Professional</p><p>rformance (SOPP) for RDs in fourtinct practice areas, as opposed toising the current standards. Theser practice areas include: Eatingsorders, Intellectual and Develop-ntal Disabilities, Mental Illness,d Addictions. For more informationthe SOP and SOPP currently beingveloped by Behavioral Health Nu-tion DPG, please contact Cecily By-e, MS, RD, manager of Qualitynagement at ADA, at cbyrne@tright.org or Sharon McCauley,, MBA, RD, FADA, director ofality Management at ADA, atccauley@eatright.org.</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, CAe assocthe 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 Professionaliefs, Research, Perspectives inactice, Practical Clinical Solutionsd Commentaries are all suitableicle categories. Please refer to the</p><p>urnals Guide for Authors for de-ls. Papers are requested to be sub-tted by November 30, 2009 for animated publication date in early10. All manuscripts will be subjectroutine peer review.e encourage authors and investiga-</p><p>s to give consideration to this impor-t clinical topic. If you have anyestions, please contact the Assis-t to the Editor-in-Chief, Clairelkey, at c-zulkey@northwestern.u or 312/908-5749.</p><p>est CADE Accreditation Decisionslished Online</p><p>e Commission on Accreditation foretetics Education (CADE) is ADAsrediting agency for education pro-ms preparing students for careersRegistered 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 made atmost recent CADE meeting are</p><p>ailable at www.eatright.org/cps/rde/hg/ada/hs.xsl/CADE_824_ENU_iationPEOPLE &amp; EVENTSivalency, probationary accredita-n, and voluntary withdrawal fromcreditation.</p><p>nating Journals</p><p>mbers often inquire about donatingir old Journals to a good cause, butt knowwhere to start. TheWeb sitethe Health Sciences Library at theiversity of Buffalo provides a list ofanizations that accept donationsold journals and redistribute themdeveloping countries, found at http://web.lib.buffalo.edu/dokuwiki/hslwiki/ku.php?idbook_donations. Theurnal encourages our readers to</p><p>eadline for submitting materialr the People and Events sectionthe first of the month, 3onths before the date of thesue (eg, May 1 for the Augustsue). Publication of anucational event is not andorsement by the Association</p><p>f the event or sponsor. Sendaterial to: Ryan Lipscomb,epartment Editor, Journal ofe American Dietetic</p><p>ssociation, 120 S. Riverside</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>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 beeneceived and action will be takenithin 2 months. For more informa-on, visit ADAsmember home pagend click on Member Issues or visitww.eatright.org/issues.</p></li><li><p>taksh</p><p>ED</p><p>Int</p><p>OctioBanutriforquintanto-covlogananforho</p><p>AB</p><p>Ob</p><p>DaarDiAmwa31ternumetheetiM</p><p>ReAmanWiMaPesheDuHolonsitD</p><p>MSthemeInfniaateofUnpu</p><p>vernuanpronea gateDePeSh197199AsantritgraKotetingL</p><p>ruheCaadinlorverUSduceithe19themebertioHoofgraNyDi</p><p>ERInforguonwohaofforasatetioDealtoftiocaNolis</p><p>do</p><p>PEOPLE &amp; EVENTSe advantage of this opportunity toare our knowledge.</p><p>UCATIONAL EVENTS</p><p>ernational Congress on Nutrition</p><p>tober 4-9, 2009, Bangkok Interna-nal Trade &amp; Exhibition Centre,ngkok, Thailand. The 19th An-al International Congress on Nu-tion, themed Nutrition SecurityAll, will provide the highest</p><p>ality scientific program featuringernationally recognized speakersd experts in the field. The most up-date nutrition-related issues will beered in the plenary lectures, dia-ues, parallel symposia/workshops,d panel discussions, as well as orald poster presentations. For more in-mation, visit http://icn2009.com/me.html.</p><p>OUT PEOPLE</p><p>ituaries</p><p>le Randals Smith, RD, Febru-y 2009, was a member of the Texasetetic Association as well as theerican Dietetic Association. Smiths a registered dietitian and servedyears as a Community Health Cen-consultant for 20 hospitals and</p><p>rsing homes. She was also a 6-yearmber and one-term chairman ofTexas Board of Examiners of Di-</p><p>tians.argaret Alexander Williams,</p><p>tRD, February 2009, joined theerican Dietetic Association in 1954d was a 50-year and Life member.lliams received both a Bachelor andster of Science degree from thennsylvania State University, wherealso taught. She also worked at</p><p>Bois Hospital and Laurelton Statespital, and taught at Carnegie Mel-University and California Univer-</p><p>y of Pennsylvania.orothy Chiavetta Kolodner,, RD, March 2009, was consideredmother of WIC (Special Supple-</p><p>ntal Nutrition Program for Women,ants, and Children) in Pennsylva-. Kolodner earned an undergradu-degree from the Carnegie InstituteTechnology (now Carnegie Melloniversity) and a Masters degree in</p><p>blic health nutrition from the Uni-sity of Pittsburgh. She worked as atrition consultant from 1955 to 1970,d in 1972, working as an assistantfessor of food and nutrition at Car-gieMellon, she and a colleaguewroterant application that essentially cre-d the Allegheny County (PA) Healthpartment WIC program, the first innnsylvania and second in the nation.e became director of the program in3 and worked until her retirement in2. Shewon the PennsylvaniaDieteticsociations Keystone Award in 1980,d Pennsylvanias Adagio Healths Nu-ion Services Department/WIC Pro-m annually presents the Dorothylodner Leadership Award to the die-ic intern who demonstrates outstand-leadership skills.eona Shapiro, DrPH, RD, Feb-ary 2009,was a professor and publicalth nutritionist at the University oflifornia Berkeley whose work helpedvance the understanding of obesitychildren. Shapiro earned a bache-s degree in nutrition from the Uni-sity of Illinois before serving in theArmy as an officer and dietitian</p><p>ring World War II. She later re-ved a doctorate in public health fromUniversity of California Berkeley in</p><p>74 and worked as a nutritionist forBerkeley municipal health depart-nt. Shapiro was also a 50-yearmem-of the American Dietetic Associa-</p><p>n, a California delegate in ADAsuse of Delegates, founding presidentthe Berkeley Meals on Wheels pro-m, and a recipient of the DoloreshusMemorial Award, the Californiaetetic Associations highest honor.June 2009 Journal ofRATUMan update to the biographical in-mation for Ruth DeBusk, PhD, RD,est editor of the series of articlesnutritional genomics, the Journaluld like to disclose that DeBusks received honoraria as a memberthe Scientific Advisory Committeethe Nutrilite Health Institute anda presenter for ADA, ADA affili-s, and other professional organiza-ns relating to nutritional genomics.Busk has also received book roy-ies as an author and co-authorGenetics: The Nutrition Connec-n (2003; published by the Ameri-n Dietetic Association) and Itst Just Your Genes (2006; pub-hed by BKDR, Inc), respectively.</p><p>i: 10.1016/j.jada.2009.04.032the AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION 1109</p></li></ul>