Society for Nutrition Education

  1. Learning Objectives

    1. Understand in brief the food labelling scenario in India
    2. Why food labelling is being viewed as an important public health nutrition measure
    3. Understanding the outcomes of a study conducted among adolescents in an Indian city to assess their knowledge and practices of using food label information

    Speakers: SubbaRao M. Gavaravarapu, PhD, Scientist 'D' - Assistant Director at National Institute of Nutrition, Hyderabad, India

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  2. Speakers: Suzanne D. Baxter, PhD, RD, LD, FADA and David Hitchcock, PhD

    Learning Objectives:
    1. Describe quality control procedures for direct meal observations.
    2. Describe quality control procedures for interviews.
    3. Describe differences between the response variables omission rate, intrusion rate, and total inaccuracy.
    4. Describe whether children's dietary recall accuracy differed by the following: interview content (diet-only; diet-and-physical-activity), retention interval (same day; previous day), grade (third; fifth), any of their two-way interactions, sex.
    5. Describe a strength of the validation method of direct meal observations as used in this study.

    Objective: Investigate differences in dietary recall accuracy by interview content (diet only or diet and physical activity), retention interval (same day or previous day), and grade (third or fifth).
    Methods: Thirty-two children observed eating school-provided meals and interviewed once each; interview content and retention interval randomly assigned. Multivariate analysis of variance on rates for omissions (foods observed but unreported) and intrusions (foods reported but unobserved); independent variables: interview content, retention interval, grade.
    Although the small sample limits firm conclusions, results provide evidence-based direction to enhance accuracy: specifically, to shorten the retention interval. Larger validation studies need to investigate the combined effect of interview content, retention interval, and grade on accuracy.

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  3. Speaker: Christine Hradek, MPH
    Iowa Nutrition Network , Iowa Department of Public Health

    This presentation engaged participants in the social marketing process used to develop a low-fat milk campaign from the beginning as well as update a long-tested fruit and vegetable campaign (Pick a better snack and Act). Strategies, lessons learned and audience insight were shared. The presenter addressed how social marketing is being incorporated into Iowa’s Wave 2 Models for SNAP-Ed Implementation and Evaluation Research Project. This special project evaluated whether social marketing combined with a direct, school-based education model yields better parent outcomes than direct, school-based education alone. Webinar is sponsored by the Social Marketing Division of the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior.

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  4. Designed to introduce the Society to new members, this FREE webinar is a great opportunity to learn more about member resources and opportunities through SNEB.

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  5. This session will outline how our “food landscape” has changed over the past 50 years and list the nine roles that food plays in our lives. The attendee will learn how these factors are inextricably linked to food choices, and how successful dietary advice needs to incorporate social, cultural, ethical, environmental, emotional as well as physical factors. Specific food examples will be used to illustrate how foods can fulfill multiple roles. The session will end with counseling strategies that the health professional can use to incorporate the factors influencing food choices that motivate their client, affecting positive behavior change to the ultimate goal of improving their health.

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The Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior (SNEB) represents the unique professional interests of nutrition educators in the United States and worldwide. SNEB is dedicated to promoting effective nutrition education and communication to support and…

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The Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior (SNEB) represents the unique professional interests of nutrition educators in the United States and worldwide. SNEB is dedicated to promoting effective nutrition education and communication to support and improve healthful behaviors and has a vision of healthy communities through nutrition education and advocacy. SNEB provides forums for sharing innovative strategies for nutrition education, expressing a range of views on important issues, and disseminating research findings. Members of SNEB educate individuals, families, fellow professionals, and students, and influence policy makers about nutrition, food, and health.

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