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Growing Good Nutrition From the Ground Up  Corrections.com. April 25, 2007

            Reprint The Insider, ACFSA, Fall 2007

            Reprint The Consultant Dietitian, CD-HCF. Volume 32, Number 1. Summer 2007 

Meeting Needs Through Communication and Training,  The Insider: Dietitian’s Corner, Dietitians in Corrections, ACFSA, Spring 2007

Highlights of the 2006 ACFSA RD Networking Luncheon, The Insider, Dietitian’s Corner, Dietitians in Corrections, ACFSA, Winter 2006

Food Service and Nutrition Standards – What Jail Administrators Need to Know. American Jails. American Jail Association. January/February 2006

Diet Therapies, Rationales and Recognized Standards.  The Insider: Dietitians Corner, Dietitians in Corrections, ACFSA. Spring 2006

Summer Updates and Hot Topics.The Insider: Dietitians Corner, Dietitians in Corrections, ACFSA. Winter 2005-2006

Wakeen B, Macqueen S. Building Global Relationships – Corrections “Down Under”. The Insider: Dietitians Corner, Dietitians in Corrections. ACFSA. Fall 2005 

Meeting Dietary Goals via the 2005 Dietary Guidelines. The Insider: Dietitians Corner, Dietitians in Corrections. ACFSA. Summer 2005    

Communication is the Basis for Successful Operations. The Insider: Dietitians Corner, Dietitians in Corrections. ACFSA. Spring 2005 

Behind Bars: Food Service in the Corrections Environment. ADA Times. ADA. Volume 2, Issue 5. May/June 2005

Reaching Corrections Around the World. The Consultant Dietitian, CD-HCF. Volume 29, Number 3. Winter 2005 

Keeping You In the Loop and Sharing Around the World. The Insider: Dietitians Corner, Dietitians in Corrections. ACFSA. Winter 2004/2005

Wakeen B, Guppy N. Issues Related to Milk Fat in the Correctional Setting. The Consultant Dietitian, CD-HCF. Volume 29, Number 2. Fall 2004  

Corrections Dietitians Recognized. The Insider: Dietitians Corner, Dietitians in Corrections. ACFSA. Fall 2004 

Corrections Dietitians Get Around. The Consultant Dietitian, CD-HCF. Volume 28, Number 4. Summer 2004 

Nutritional Analysis and Meeting the DRI’s. The Insider: Dietitians Corner, Dietitians in Corrections. ACFSA.  Summer 2004

Serving Brunch: Cost Savings and Maintaining Compliance Is This Possible? The Insider: Dietitians Corner, Dietitians in Corrections. ACFSA.  Winter 2004 

Reprint Corrections Forum. Volume 13,  No. 4. July/August 2004 

Nutritional Analyses of Corrections Menus. The Consultant Dietitian, CD-HCF. Volume 28, Number 3. Spring 2004                        

Lorber DL, Chavez RS, Dorman J, Fisher LK, Guerken S, Haas LB, Hill JV, Kendall D, Puisis M, Salomone K, Shansky RM, Wakeen B. Diabetes Management in Correctional Institutions  Diabetes Care 2004 27: S114-121.  http://care.diabetesjournals.org/cgi/content/full/27/suppl_1/s114. << Link    

Reprint American Jails. Diabetes Management in Correctional Institutions Part I  March/April 2005: pp9-15

Reprint American Jails. Diabetes Management in Correctional Institutions Part II  May/June 2005: pp38–43 

New Diabetic Exchanges – The Impact on Corrections. The Insider: Dietitians Corner, Dietitians in Corrections. ACFSA. Fall 2003

Diabetes Diet Counseling and Standards of Care. The Consultant Dietitian, CD-HCF. Volume 27 Number 4. Summer 2003 

Wakeen B, Montgomery JW. Rastafarian Diets and "The Loaf" Part II. The Insider: Dietitians Corner, Dietitians in Corrections. ACFSA. Summer 2003 

HIV and Nutritional Care of the Incarcerated. Numedx Magazine. Volume 5, Issue 1. Spring/Summer 2003 

The “Loaf” with a Bit of History. The Insider: Dietitians Corner, Dietitians in Corrections. ACFSA. Spring 2003  

Wakeen B, Montgomery JW. Feeding the “Meat Loaf” in Corrections. The Consultant Dietitian, CD-HCF. Volume 27, Number 4. Spring 2003 

Caring for HIV-positive Inmates - Behind the Bars. HIV Resources Newsletter. Volume 7, Issue 4.  Jan/Feb 2003 

Correctional Foodservice Throughout Life's Stages. The Insider: Dietitians Corner, Dietitians in Corrections. ACFSA. Winter 2002 

Wakeen B, Montgomery JW. Communication is Key to Keeping Abreast in Corrections Today. The Consultant Dietitian, CD-HCF. Volume 27, Number 2. Fall 2002 

Dietitians in Corrections Respond: Food Delivery Temperatures. The Insider: Dietitians Corner, Dietitians in Corrections. ACFSA. Fall 2002  

Wakeen B, Montgomery JW. Corrections Without Borders: Learning Without Barriers. The Consultant Dietitian, CD-HCF. Volume 27, Number 1. Summer 2002 

Inquiring Minds and Making a Difference. The Insider: Dietitians Corner, Dietitians in Corrections. ACFSA. Summer 2002 

The Alliances that Make us Stronger. The Consultant Dietitian, CD-HCF. Volume 26 Number 4. Spring 2002 

Dietitian’s Corner. The Insider: Dietitians Corner, Dietitians in Corrections. ACFSA. Spring 2002 

Finger Foods in the Correctional Setting. The Consultant Dietitian, CD-HCF. Volume 26 Number 3. Winter 2002 

Dietitians in Corrections Wear Many Hats. The Insider: Dietitians Corner, Dietitians in Corrections. ACFSA. Winter 2001

Meeting the Standards. The Consultant Dietitian, CD-HCF. Volume 26 Number 2. Fall 2001

Views and News- Dietitians helping Dietitians helping Members. The Insider: Dietitians Corner, Dietitians in Corrections. ACFSA.  Fall 2001 

Multiple Roles of the RD in Corrections. The Consultant Dietitian, CD-HCF. Volume 26 Number 1. Summer 2001 

Varying Standards used in Menu Planning.  The Insider: Dietitians Corner, Dietitians in Corrections. ACFSA.   Summer 2001 

Medical Diets – Are They Medically Indicated?  The Insider: Dietitians Corner, Dietitians in Corrections. ACFSA.   Spring 2001

We’re Growing. The Consultant Dietitian, CD-HCF. Volume 25 Number 3. Winter 2001 

Dietitian’s Corner. The Insider: Dietitians Corner, Dietitians in Corrections. ACFSA. Winter 2000 

Medical Diets in Correctional Facilities. The Consultant Dietitian, CD-HCF. Volume 25 Number 2. Fall 2000  

Moving Right Along. The Consultant Dietitian, CD-HCF. Volume 24 Number 4. Spring 2000

 

 

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