“Opportunities to Serve” Survey.

Hi all-

Happy New Year! I just wanted to give you a heads up that the Opportunities to Serve Survey is open until January 16th. Please pass this along to any colleague you feel would be a good fit for the CLL or any other Academy committee.

January 16 Deadline: ‘Opportunities to Serve’ Survey

Members who are interested in volunteering for an Academy committee are invited to complete the “Opportunities to Serve” Survey. The information you provide will help the Academy’s president-elect and speaker-elect in making appointments for the 2020-2021 program year. The deadline to complete the survey is January 16.

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Best,
Lori

Lori Granich, MBA, RDN

Director, Lifelong Learning and Engagement

Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

120 South Riverside Plaza, Suite 2190

Chicago, IL 60606-6995

312/899-4895

lgranich@eatright.org

www.eatright.org

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Free CEU Opportunity from the Beef Council.

Meat and seafood cooked at high temperature generates varying levels of heterocyclic amines (HCA) and any food cooked over a flame contains polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH). Exposure to HCA and PAH from cooked meat has been hypothesized to contribute to increased cancer risk.

During this webinar, speakers Robert Turesky, PhD, BSc (University of Minnesota), Jane Pouzou, PhD (EpiX Analytics) and Steven Clinton, MD, PhD (The Ohio State University) will discuss the evidence base behind the most recent World Cancer Research Fund/American Institute for Cancer Research (WCRF/AICR) Expert Panel report recommendations regarding meat intake; challenges and progress in the identification of specific individual HCA biomarkers and their isolation from human tissue; and challenges associated with estimating dietary HCA and PAH exposure using common dietary assessment techniques and publicly available HCA/PAH exposure estimation tools.

The American Society for Nutrition (ASN) designates this educational activity for a maximum of 1.0 CPEUs. Dietitians and dietetic technicians, registered should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. ASN (Provider #NS010) is accredited and approved by the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) as a provider of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) programs for Registered Dietitians.

CEU opportunity with the Dairy Council

Our fourth quarterly webinar is on the books for December 12th,  12-1 pm CT.

This webinar is titled, “Dairy DYK: Your Top Questions Answered” and will be presented by our own Moises Torres-Gonzalez, PhD and Amy Boileau, PhD, RDN along with NDC Ambassador and Dairy Farmer Abigail Andrew Copenhaver, MS, RDN, CDN

With the webinar about a month away, we need your help sharing with your network to ensure we get robust interest.  See below and attached for sample copy you can tailor and share with your contacts, as well the attached image that can accompany your posts.

This webinar has been approved for the following continuing education:

  • 1.0 CPEU per the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR)
  • 0.1 CEU or 1 contact hour per the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA)
  • 1.0 CEC per American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)
  • PENDING APPROVAL: CME credit that has been filed with the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP)

Link:

Bit.ly link:

https://bit.ly/2NDT5wH

Encore Presentation of Webinar Tomorrow- CEUs!

Thu, Oct 10, 2019 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT

 Join Dr. John Bagnulo for a deep dive into a human metabolism centered food webinar that is sure to strengthen your interest in whole foods. This discussion highlights many interactive molecules inherent to whole plant foods simply missing from foods comprised of isolated ingredients. Each has countless interactions with our endocrine, neurological, cardiovascular, and hepato-biliary systems, in addition to the omni-influential microbiome and fundamental cellular processes.
Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this lecture participants will be able to
1. Identify the various components in whole foods that have microbial, biochemical, or epigenomic influence beyond the macronutrient content.
2. Describe the synergy found between specific compounds contained in whole foods and lost with refined and/or heavily processed foods.
3. Provide an example of where complex interactions between phytonutrients and vitamins provide a physiological advantage over the consumption of each constituent consumed in isolation.
4. Outline the major areas of research that are currently illustrating the benefits of whole food consumption over refined foods.

Register Here

Position available with AND Manager -Education and Advocacy on the Nutrition Services Coverage team.

Looking for an Opportunity to Impact Payment for Nutrition Services?

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is seeking a full-time, Manager, Education and Advocacy on the Nutrition Services Coverage team. The manager will create and implement national efforts to support and advance nutrition services coverage and payment. This position will be responsible for creating nutrition services and payment products that advance the Academy’s mission and vision.

Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply today: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/Details/111101/Academy-of-Nutrition-and-Dietetics/Manager-Education-and-Advocacy

Register Now for the KY Diabetes Symposium

Registration is now open for the Kentucky Statewide Diabetes Symposium. To be held in Louisville 11/15/19, this day long program offers opportunities  for all members of your interdisciplinary team to increase their increased knowledge of the most up to date  concepts, techniques,  and tools to
enhance the care and or education for individuals with or at risk for
diabetes.

A brochure with the full program details and cost can be accessed here. FINAL SYMPOSIUM 2019 brochure

Space is limited. Follow this link to register online

https://tinyurl.com/KYDiabetes2019 

The Kentucky Statewide Diabetes Symposium 2019 committee is proud to offer two options for industry partners to be involved with the statewide diabetes symposium.
Options include:

  • Industry Allies Council (IAC)

-OR-

  • Exhibitor

IAC participation illustrates dedication to professionals involved in diabetes care and education.
Additional information can be accessed here KY IAC and Exhibitor Form 2019

Complete the online IAC/ exhibitor regirstration at https://tinyurl.com/KYDiabetes2019Exhibitor .

Take Action: Advocacy and the SNAP Proposed Rule

KAND members

Recently the Academy has called on RDNs as experts and advocates on the topic of life cycle nutrition to speak up and reach out to their elected congressional representatives on the SNAP proposed rule that would reduce access to SNAP and school meals for many families in your community. Under the proposed rule 1-5% of KY SNAP families would lose access to much needed support and access to nutritious food. We still need your help! Please join your fellow KAND members and advocate for food access in our state.  We are asking you to do two things:

  1. Tailor the Op-Ed template or use our provided presidents statement-Presidents State SNAP and submit to your local media contacts in coordination with your affiliate’s communications liaison
  2. Tailor the Email template included in this communication and send to your district/state office, cc’ing the Ag LA and LD.Mitch McConnell (R-KY)

    Quentin Scholtz                quentin_scholtz@mcconnell.senate.gov

    CC : Terry Carmack        terry_carmack@mcconnell.senate.gov 

    Katelyn Bunning    katelyn_bunning@mcconnell.senate.gov

For specific instructions, please view the recording of this afternoon’s call here.

 

Our goal is to have the op-ed and email sent as soon as possible. Please let me know when you have sent both communications and if you have any questions, please contact me at ecampbell@eatright.org.

 

Thank you for your efforts to protect 3 million people from losing their SNAP benefits and 500,000 children from losing access to free school meals.