November 2009 People & Events
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DE Invites Program Accreditation Input
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
th the standards are encouraged toward their comments to CADE.
list of programs under review fortial or renewed accreditation and aresponding site visit scheduled is
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s related to the quality of any ofse educational programs must bet 30 days prior to the programseduled site visit or by the desig-
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est CADE Accreditation Decisionslished Online
e Commission on Accreditation foretetics Education (CADE) is ADAsrediting agency for education pro-
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011 ADA Food & Nutritiononference & Expoeptember 24-27, 2011;an Diego, CAe assocrds that ensure the quality andtinued improvement of nutrition
d dietetics education programs.he accreditation decisions made
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s of programs that have receivedndidacy for accreditation, initialcreditation, continued accredita-n, probationary accreditation,d withdrawal from accreditation.
l for Papers
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-
nal Briefs, Research, PerspectivesPractice, Practical Clinical Solu-
ns, and Commentaries are all suit-le article categories. Please refer to
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.
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ical Nutrition Management Symposium
ril 10-13, 2010, Parc 55 Hotel Sanancisco, San Francisco, CA. Pio-
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195ering the Future of Clinical Nutri-n Management: Innovative Lead-hip in 2010 and Beyond. Please
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
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ernational Society of Hypertensioneting
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-
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
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uwell Receives NACTA Teacherllow Awardail Kauwell, PhD, RD, LDN, re-ved the North American Colleges in
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
central purposes of NACTA isrecognize those individuals whoseorts represent the very best in ag-ultural higher education. TheCTA Teacher Fellow Award is a
terion-based award and is re-wed by a committee of NACTAmbers. To qualify for the award, aCTA member must have been on a
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
ers; a self-evaluation; as well astors such as availability to stu-nts, teaching innovations, and de-rtmental/institutional activity.
y F. Joye, MS, RD, June 2009,rned a bachelors degree in biologi-
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,
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-
Dietetic Association, and Joyesily have established the Amy Joye
morial Research Award throughAmerican Dietetic Association
undation. This nutrition researchard will be given annually in Joyesmory.ean McAndrew, August 2009,
st joined ADA in 1949. After earn-a bachelor of science degree in
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
membership at ADA headquarters
Chicago.arcie Singleton, MS, RD, Au-st 2009, was a nationally knownert on and champion for maternal
d child health and an advocate forastfeeding. Singleton worked as
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
rmancy, making it one of the coun-s largest.
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
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-
nals should have the expertise toovide training from any of theee nationally recognized courses
rvSafe (35), SuperSafeMark (36),d Food Safety Management Princi-s (37).