SNEB Annual Conference


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Saturday, June 28, 2014


FNEE Workshop - From Nutrition Research to Practice:  Translating the Science for Consumers, Using the Socio-Ecological Model for Your Work and Being an Effective Educator Working with those with Developmental Disabilities | Brill


Sunday, June 29, 2014

  • Opening Keynote - Child Eating Self-Regulation: Plausible, but Probable in an Environment of Plenty? | Slides | Order Recording
  • JNEB Best Article Author Presentation | Slides | Video
  • Returning Joy to Nutrition Education:  Using the Satter Feeding Dynamics and Eating  Competence Model | Handout | Session Slides | Order Recording
  • JNEB Workshop: How to Conduct and Write Systematic Reviews for JNEB | Slides | Evaluation | Register for free webinar on November 12 at 3:30 p.m. ET
  • Who Should be Funding Nutrition Education? Insights of Funding from Non-profit, Industry, and Government Agencies  (sponsored by Share our Strength) | Order Recording
  • Nutrition Education as a Local and Global Issue: Practices, Priorities, Partnerships & Lesson Learned 
  • George M. Briggs Nutrition Science Symposium - Developing the Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2015: How is the Evidence Base Translated to Consumer Recommendations | Specker | USDA | Post | Order Recording
  • SNEB Talks | Headrick | Fredericks


Monday, June 30, 2014

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

  • Using Technology to Expand Nutrition Education
  • USDA Highlights from the Childhood Obesity Prevention Program | Clarke & Evans | White | Wong | Order Recording
  • Conversations with USDA | Chester | Order Recording
  • Food Marketing to Children: Where are We and What Can You Do? | Slides
  •  A Socio-Ecological Perspective of Social Marketing Campaigns from State to Nation | Slides
  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program: Examining the Evidence to Define Benefit Adequacy | Slides | Order Recording
  • Sustainable Interventions to Combat Food Insecurity and Related Malnutrition in Developing Countries | Lungu
  • Practical Plates: Designing Effective, Nutrition Focused Food Demonstrations | Handout | Slides
  • Healthful Aging: Improving the Health of At-risk Older Adults through Nutrition Interventions
  • Wisconsin Food Security Project:  Visualizing and Accessing Data on Food Access and the Food Security Infrastructure in Wisconsin | Slides | Order Recording
  • Bee Marks Communications Symposium: Being Heard, Making an Impact; Utilizing Evaluation for Communications Strategies Lewin-Swerding Weniger-Mandrillo Fox | Order Recording

Wednesday, July 1

Organic Valley Dairy Farm Tour




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