Journal Club 2015
SVAND is launching a Journal Club with an Ethics Based Topic, “The Impact of Social Media on Business and Ethical Practices in Dietetics”. This prior-approved activity can be conducted in small groups throughout our district. The activity has been approved for 1.5 CPEs (Ethics, Learning Need Code 1050, Level II) and is FREE for SVAND members and $10 for non-members.
SVAND members who are willing to facilitate a group will receive FREE admission to our Spring Meeting. Journal Club participants will read an article and review a series of case studies. As a small group, perhaps meeting in a coffee shop, worksite, or someone’s home, participants will discuss the reading and consider the ethical aspects of the cases. This new opportunity is designed to engage members throughout the district, including those in areas away from our city-centers. Groups can meet face to face for optimum interaction or by audio or video conference as an alternative.
Would you like to be a Journal Club Facilitator and receive FREE admission to our Spring Meeting? It’s easy!
Email Mary Jean Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org and provide your name, location and date/time for your small group meeting.
Meetings must take place by May 31st 2015 . SVAND will post the logistics for your group and participants can sign up through our website. An Administrator from SVAND will ensure that you have the materials and that participants receive CPE forms once the activity is complete.
References to be used:
The Impact of Social Media on Business and Ethical Practices in Dietetics
JAND November 2013 Volume 113 Number 11; 1539-1545
Case Studies and Discussion:
Ethics Case Studies: Impact of Social Media on the RDN and DTR