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    d industry; and future directions. next International Scientific Confer-or fax, 312/899-4812.

    2011 by the American Dietetic Association Journal of the AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION 1417from th

    NOUNCEMENTS

    nating Journals

    mbers often inquire about donat-their old Journals to a good cause,

    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-

    es, found at http://libweb.lib.buffalo.u/dokuwiki/hslwiki/doku.php?idok_donations. The Journal en-rages our readers to take advan-e of this opportunity to share our

    owledge.

    UCATIONAL EVENTS

    ernational Conference on Flavor andding

    ptember 21-23, 2011, Stewart Cen-, Purdue University, West Lafay-e, IN. Purdue Universitys Inges-e Behavior Research Center issting an international conferenceflavor and feeding. Twenty-five re-

    wned speakers will explore flavorsotal role in health and diet-relatedorders as well as identify areas ofure research. Session topics will

    ADA CALENDAR2011 ADA Food & NutritionConference & ExpoSeptember 24-27, 2011San Diego, CA

    2012 ADA Food & NutritionConference & ExpoOctober 6-9, 2012Philadelphia, PA

    2013 ADA Food & NutritionConference & ExpoOctober 19-22, 2013Houston, TXe assocgistration is now open. To obtainormation or to register, visit www.f.purdue.edu/flavor.

    A Teleseminar on School Nutrition

    tober 12, 2011, 2:00 PM3:30 PMstern. Evidence suggests that earlyalth education and intervention canuce the risk factors for childhood

    esity and consequential adversealth risks. The Healthy Kids: Schoolograms That Work teleseminar willowcase highly effective, evidence-sed strategies for implementingool-based nutrition education andervention programs, focusing onategic partnerships as the key toccess. Participants will discover howgain access to valuable resources toplement best practices in a variety ofool nutrition program models, in or-

    r to keep children healthy and fit.it www.eatright.org/pd/healthykidsmore information.

    betes Medical Nutrition Therapyrkshop

    tober 17-18, 2011, Hilton Lisleperville, Lisle, IL. Diabetes Sci-ce vs Non-sense: Medical Nutri-n Therapy & Helping Patientske Behavior Change is dividedo two 1-day workshops designed

    ecifically for clinical dietitians orer health care providers who work

    th diabetes patients. After complet-both days of the program, partic-

    nts will be able to identify strate-s based on the best availableentific evidence; utilize patientsod glucose records to maximizeT; define pharmacological thera-

    s for type 1 and type 2 diabetes; andply problem solving strategies dur-

    patient encounters. Other topicsered include myth busting, diabetesdications, and behavior change.r more information, visit www.mc.nderbilt.edu/sugarisnotapoison orail rd.workshop@vanderbilt.edu.line registration is available.

    ernational Scientific Conference oniationPEOPLE & EVENTSce on Nutraceuticals and Functionalods, Food and Function 2011, willilitate worldwide co-operation be-een scientists and will focus on cur-t advances in research on nutraceu-

    als and functional foods and theirsent and future role in maintaining

    alth and preventing diseases. Lead-scientists will present and discuss

    rrent advances in research on nutra-ticals and functional foods as well

    new scientific evidence that supportsquestions the efficacy of already ex-ing or prospective substances andplications. Novel compounds andtroversial but scientifically solidas, approaches, and visions will alsopresented, with particular focus on

    alth claim substantiation and evi-nce-based benefits. For more infor-tion, visit www.foodandfunction.netcontact info@foodandfunction.net.

    ernational Physical Activity, Nutrition,Health Congress

    vember 23-26, 2011, Wow Krem-Place Hotel, Antalya, Turkey.

    e 1st International Physical Ac-ity, Nutrition, and Health Con-

    ess is a multidisciplinary organiza-n where people from all differentciplines share their knowledge

    th the aim of improving health.pics of the Congress will focus onrious aspects of physical activityd nutrition, including psychologi-l well-being, special groups (chil-en, adolescents, elderly, athletes,ople with disabilities), measure-nt issues, chronic diseases, public

    eadline for submitting materialr the People and Events section ise first of the month, 3 monthsefore the date of the issue (eg, Mayfor the August issue). Publicationf an educational event is not andorsement by the Association ofe event of sponsor. Send material: Ryan Lipscomb, Departmentditor, Journal of the American

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    1418 September 2011 Volume 111 Number 9alth, weight management, recreation,d public policy. For more informa-n, visit www.ipanhec2011.org.

    OUT PEOPLE

    ituary

    orence Labelle Thoke, April11, was a member of the Americanetetic Association and the Califor-

    Dietetic Association. After gradu-ng from Michigan State Universityth a Bachelor of Science Degree inetetics, she began her career as atitian in Detroit at the Stouffersp of the Flame Restaurant and con-ued with the Stouffers CompanyChicago, where she worked until

    86. Thoke then moved to Californiad continued her professional careerthe Eisenhower Medical Center

    til her retirement.

    RATUMe article in the June 2011 issue ofJournal on the American Dietetic

    sociations 2011-2012 Board of Direc-s (pp 942-946) misstated informa-n about Barbara J. Ivens. Her iden-cation should have read: Barbara J.ns, MS, RD, FADA, Omaha, NE.

    i: 10.1016/j.jada.2011.07.018