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Pennsylvania Nutrition Education Conference – Call for abstract and information

October 11, 2011

The PA Education Nutrition Network will be hosting the conference What’s on Your Plate in Harrisburg, PA on April 24-25, 2012.  The focus of this conference is not just on food – it will incorporate bringing balance into your work life.  Topics will include physical activity, motivating clients, farm to school, and more!  Check out their website for further information.

Interested in submitting an abstract?  Here is specific information…

Pennsylvania Nutrition Education Conference

Posted October 10th, 2011 in National Conferences & Calls for Proposal

What’s on Your Plate?

April 24-25, 2012
Sheraton Harrisburg-Hershey Hotel
Harrisburg, PA

Do you have too much on your plate and can’t get everything done without stretching and stressing?  Then this conference is for you! With recent budget cuts and staff layoffs, many organizations do not have the resources to support increasing need for nutrition education for low income Pennsylvanian. As a nutrition professional you have so many things on your plate from counseling clients to staying on top of nutrition trends in the industry. Attend this conference to learn ways on how to keep everything in balance.

You asked for it and we deliver – Expanded Conference with more sessions and more speakers! Be a part of this must attend event where relationships, information and industry-leading education makes it a buzz worthy experience.

Confirmed speakers include industry leaders such as Zonya Fuco, Elizabeth Strickland, Mark Winnie, Molly Kellogg…to name a few!
Topics to include physical activity, motivating clients, farm to school, and so much more
Engage through ample networking opportunities
Explore the expanded resource area and vendors
DPW, ADA and AAFCS credits are available.

PA NEN’s 2012 Conference will present topics on the issues facing low income Pennsylvanians and how you can help make a positive difference in their nutrition status. Topics that will be discussed include the importance of physical fitness and good nutrition, farm to school programs, motivating and counseling clients, nutrition and disease and so much more!

Call for Speaker Proposals 2012

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