Nutrition education is any combination of educational strategies, accompanied by environmental supports, designed to facilitate voluntary adoption of food choices and other food- and nutrition-related behaviors conducive to health and well-being. Nutrition education is delivered through multiple venues and involves activities at the individual, community, and policy levels.
Contento IR. Nutrition education: Linking research, theory and practice. Jones & Bartlett, 2007.
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JNEB Pre-conference Workshop: Introduction to Qualitative Methods
(Level 1 Training)
July 25 |
8 am -
3 pm | Wyndham Grand Downtown Pittsburgh, 600 Commonwealth Place
Through a series of interactive lessons and practice sessions, participants will receive introductory training in conducting qualitative research. Register
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Exhibit at the 2015 Annual Conference in Pittsburgh!
A great way to connect with over 600 nutrition education professionals, each of whom reach over 10,000 people through lectures and presentations, social media, and newsletters - see details
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Are you and your colleagues interested in joining SNEB with an Institutional Membership?
SNEB has created a new membership category allowing groups of nutrition educators to join under an Institutional Membership. Please contact Rachel Daeger at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Sponsorship and Exhibit opportunities now available for the 2015 Annual Conference
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SNEB is an international community of professionals actively involved in nutrition education and health promotion. We work in:
- colleges and universities
- government agencies
- ooperative extension
- communications and public relations firms
- voluntary and service organizations
- other places of reliable nutrition and health education information
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