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<ul><li><p>AN</p><p>CA</p><p>Acgrasurfortioprosidproeduconwifor</p><p>AinicoravcpENStaorg</p><p>AterthesenschnaDiChPla</p><p>LatPub</p><p>ThDiaccgrams preparing students for careersas Registered Dietitians and DieteticTechnicians, Registered. CADE es-tablishes and enforces eligibility re-qu</p><p>daconan</p><p>TatavrdENtucaactioan</p><p>Cal</p><p>ThAspetiowipoorurmagly(RDorcesA rstrphinsperan</p><p>Rsiointioabthedesuan20to</p><p>WgaimansisZuor</p><p>Donating Journals</p><p>Members often inquire about donatingtheir old Journals to a good cause, but</p><p>forUnorgolddevlibhsThtaksha</p><p>ED</p><p>Clin</p><p>ApFr</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>TWmys</p><p>mrwtiaw</p><p> 2irements and accreditation stan- dont know where to start. The Web site312/899-4812.</p><p>009 by the American Dietetic Association Journal of the AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION 1957from th</p><p>NOUNCEMENTS</p><p>DE Invites Program Accreditation Input</p><p>credited dietetics education pro-ms are periodically reviewed to en-e they uphold the standards setth by the Commission on Accredita-n for Dietetics Education. Part of thegram review process is the con-eration of third-party input on agrams practices, procedures, andcational outcomes. Members withcern as to a programs compliance</p><p>th the standards are encouraged toward their comments to CADE.</p><p>list of programs under review fortial or renewed accreditation and aresponding site visit scheduled is</p><p>ailable at http://www.eatright.org/s/rde/xchg/ada/hs.xsl/CADE_821_U_HTML.htm. The Accreditationndards are located at www.eatright./cade.ny comments on substantive mat-</p><p>s related to the quality of any ofse educational programs must bet 30 days prior to the programseduled site visit or by the desig-</p><p>ted review date to: The Americanetetic Association, ATTN: Ulricung, PhD, 120 South Riversideza, Suite 2000, Chicago, IL 60606.</p><p>est CADE Accreditation Decisionslished Online</p><p>e Commission on Accreditation foretetics Education (CADE) is ADAsrediting agency for education pro-</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 assocrds that ensure the quality andtinued improvement of nutrition</p><p>d dietetics education programs.he accreditation decisions made</p><p>the most recent CADE meeting areailable at www.eatright.org/cps/e/xchg/ada/hs.xsl/CADE_824_U_HTML.htm and include sta-</p><p>s of programs that have receivedndidacy for accreditation, initialcreditation, continued accredita-n, probationary accreditation,d withdrawal from accreditation.</p><p>l for Papers</p><p>e Journal of the American Dieteticsociation is issuing a Call for Pa-rs on the topic of parenteral nutri-n. All related aspects of this themell be considered. Papers on: specificpulations (ie, home patients, adultschildren with gastrointestinal fail-e, the morbidly obese), electrolytenagement, nutritional assessment,cemic control, discipline-oriented, RN, RPh, MD), vitamin, mineraltrace element deficiencies or ex-ses, or adverse events are welcomed.eview on acid-base disorders demon-ating a full comprehension of theysiology and the resulting changesparenteral nutrition prescription iscifically sought. However, a broadge of topics are encouraged.eviews, Research and Profes-</p><p>nal Briefs, Research, PerspectivesPractice, Practical Clinical Solu-</p><p>ns, and Commentaries are all suit-le article categories. Please refer to</p><p>Journals Guide for Authors fortails. Papers are requested to bebmitted by November 30, 2009 forestimated publication date in early10. All manuscripts will be subjectroutine peer review.</p><p>e encourage authors and investi-tors to give consideration to thisportant clinical topic. If you havey questions, please contact the As-tant to the Editor-in-Chief, Clairelkey, at c-zulkey@northwestern.edu312/908-5749.iationPEOPLE &amp; EVENTSthe Health Sciences Library at theiversity of Buffalo provides a list ofanizations that accept donations ofjournals and redistribute them toeloping countries, found at http://web.lib.buffalo.edu/dokuwiki/</p><p>lwiki/doku.php?idbook_donations.e Journal encourages our readers toe advantage of this opportunity tore our knowledge.</p><p>UCATIONAL EVENTS</p><p>ical Nutrition Management Symposium</p><p>ril 10-13, 2010, Parc 55 Hotel Sanancisco, San Francisco, CA. Pio-</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 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>netioersjoitoprowostrdiesioregto(CmecuwowhqutocontheBrkbtha</p><p>IntMe</p><p>SeCoVatiovitSciwimerencartiotrypopucustrtoT</p><p>ismiplehoca20Hy</p><p>AB</p><p>Hon</p><p>KaFe</p><p>Gcei</p><p>anTe20OkthetoeffricNAcriviemeNAfullea5clustratialupefacdepa</p><p>Ob</p><p>AmeacalantioShgraGeawoMeforSeanofinciaCagiafamMetheFoawmeJ</p><p>firinghoCotraRedreof</p><p>MguexpanbrethechpleWoKnmeKntioCoBrrevdotry</p><p>ERIntetSa20anpawofroapreaopesioprthrSeanple</p><p>do</p><p>PEOPLE &amp; EVENTS</p><p>195ering the Future of Clinical Nutri-n Management: Innovative Lead-hip in 2010 and Beyond. Please</p><p>n your colleagues in San Franciscoexperience a program that willvide scientific knowledge, frame-rks, programs, processes, andategies that will help you and yourtitians take our dynamic profes-n to the next level. Brochures withistration information will be sent</p><p>all Clinical Nutrition ManagementNM) dietetic practice group (DPG)mbers in January. If you are not</p><p>rrently a CNM DPG member anduld like to receive the mailingen available, please e-mail your re-est to pollackmtg@aol.com or fax it312/475-1405. If you would like tosider sponsorship or exhibiting atsymposium, please contact Kim</p><p>enkus, RD, LD, at 440/477-3029 orrenkus@avifoodsystems.com no latern February 15, 2010.</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) in-es you to participate in their 23rdentific Meeting, ISH 2010, and meetth the worlds leading scientific anddical specialists to address the cur-t state of knowledge and research indiovascular health and risk reduc-n. Keynote presentations, indus-- and investigator-initiated sym-</p><p>sia, oral and poster presentations,blic forums, and exhibits will fo-s on the risk reduction theme andess new integrative approachescardiovascular diseases.he ISH 2010 Call for Abstractsnow open. The deadline for sub-ssion is March 15, 2010. Com-te guidelines, instructions on</p><p>w to submit an abstract, and topictegories can be found on the ISH10 Web site at www.Vancouverpertension2010.com.</p><p>OUT PEOPLE</p><p>ors</p><p>uwell Receives NACTA Teacherllow Awardail Kauwell, PhD, RD, LDN, re-ved the North American Colleges in</p><p>8 November 2009 Volume 109 Number 11d Teachers of Agriculture (NACTA)acher Fellow award at the June09 NACTA Conference held atlahoma State University. One of</p><p>central purposes of NACTA isrecognize those individuals whoseorts represent the very best in ag-ultural higher education. TheCTA Teacher Fellow Award is a</p><p>terion-based award and is re-wed by a committee of NACTAmbers. To qualify for the award, aCTA member must have been on a</p><p>l-time appointment involving atst 25% teaching for a minimum ofof the past 7 years. Criteria in-ded in the evaluation are the in-uctors teaching philosophy; evalu-ons submitted by current students,mni, administrative officers, and</p><p>ers; a self-evaluation; as well astors such as availability to stu-nts, teaching innovations, and de-rtmental/institutional activity.</p><p>ituaries</p><p>y F. Joye, MS, RD, June 2009,rned a bachelors degree in biologi-</p><p>sciences from Clemson Universityd a masters degree in sports nutri-n from Georgia State University.e completed a Coordinated Pro-m in Nutrition and Dietetics atorgia State University and becameregistered dietitian in 1996. Joyerked as a clinical dietitian at thedical University of South Carolina,</p><p>Clemson University Extensionrvices, and as research associated project director at the UniversitySouth Carolina. She was also activethe state and district dietetic asso-tions in South Carolina. The Southrolina Dietetic Association, Geor-</p><p>Dietetic Association, and Joyesily have established the Amy Joye</p><p>morial Research Award throughAmerican Dietetic Association</p><p>undation. This nutrition researchard will be given annually in Joyesmory.ean McAndrew, August 2009,</p><p>st joined ADA in 1949. After earn-a bachelor of science degree in</p><p>me economics from Montana Statellege in 1947, she spent a year inining to be a dietitian at Michaelese Hospital in Chicago, IL. McAn-w also served as assistant director</p><p>membership at ADA headquarters</p><p>Chicago.arcie Singleton, MS, RD, Au-st 2009, was a nationally knownert on and champion for maternal</p><p>d child health and an advocate forastfeeding. Singleton worked as</p><p>breastfeeding coordinator andief of nutrition for the Special Sup-mental Nutrition Program formen, Infants, and Children at theox County (TN) Health Depart-nt. She was also a member of theoxville District Dietetic Associa-n, the Greater Knoxville Nutritionuncil, and the East Tennesseeeastfeeding Coalition, which sheived and expanded after years of</p><p>rmancy, making it one of the coun-s largest.</p><p>RATUMthe Position of the American Die-ic Association: Food and Waterfety that appeared in the August09 Journal (pp 1449-1460), there iserror on page 1457. In the second</p><p>ragraph of the third column, therd certification should be removedm the first sentence both times itpears. The corrected sentence shouldd as follows: Within a foodserviceration, food and nutrition profes-</p><p>nals should have the expertise toovide training from any of theee nationally recognized courses</p><p>rvSafe (35), SuperSafeMark (36),d Food Safety Management Princi-s (37).</p><p>i: 10.1016/j.jada.2009.09.020</p></li></ul>