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Iowa Academy Annual Meeting Emerging Areas of Practice- Welcome Day 2

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Opening welcome for Day #2 of the Iowa Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics - President Elect - Nadine Fisher

Opening welcome for Day #2 of the Iowa Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics - President Elect - Nadine Fisher

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  • Don’t forget to keep tweeting and posting information on your favorite social networks during this meeting with the hashtag #EATCHeeseRDIf you missed the presidents reception last night you can still be entered into drawings and win prizes
  • TAKE ADVANTAGE OF WAYS TO PROMOTE AND STRENGTHEN THE PROFESSION WHEN YOU CANIt starts right here in IOWA Your support and participation in state and national activities is important
  • Mobile health involves the use of smart phones and devices to communicate real time data between provider and patient.Now that 85% of U.S. adults own a cell phone—and half (53%) of those are smartphone owners—information is available wherever and whenever people need it.  According to a new survey conducted in August‐September 2012, 31% of cell phone owners say they usetheir phone to look for health or medical information online. That is up from 17% of cell phone ownersin September 2010.Throughout this report we will refer to cell phone owners (85% of adults) and the smaller sub‐group ofsmartphone owners (45% of adults). Smartphone owners lead this activity: 52% have used their phoneto search for health information, compared with 6% of other cell phone owners.Younger adults, minorities, and those in particular need of health information lead the way Among all cell phone owners, some demographic groups are more likely than others to look for healthinformation on their phones: Latinos, African Americans, those between the ages of 18 and 49, andcollege graduates.  
  • Technology is required to keep costs downWebinarsInternet onlineHow many of you own a smart phone or tablet- Please standHow many of you use a health related app?EMBRACE CHANGELEARN TO USE TECHNOLOGYLEARN ABOUT AND USE APPS, TABLETS AND SMARTPHONES

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  • 1. and You!
  • 2. WELCOME TOKeep Day #2 of THISTweeting+ Posting GREAT MEETING!
  • 3. IAND Volunteers Practice Your Social Media Learn & Improve Skills with IAND https://www.facebook.com/IowaKidsEatRight@eatrightiowa https://www.facebook.com/IowaAcademyofNutritionandDietetics
  • 4. YOUR VOICE WE ARE THE ACADEMY ISIMPORTANT
  • 5. 3 THINGS YOU NEED TOOne in three cellphone owners (31%) KNOW about technologyhave used their phoneto look for healthinformation.  SOCIAL MEDIA IS HERE TO STAY  YOUR CLIENTS SEEK HEALTHCARE INFO FROM THEIR FACEBOOK CONTACTS AND OTHER ONLINE SOURCES more than from you  WE ARE CHANGING THE WAY WE PROVIDE HEALTH SERVICES #mHealth
  • 6. TECHNOLOGY IS VERY IMPORTANTTO ALL OF USAND IS CHANGING OUR PROFESSION…
  • 7. Thanks to YOU and theIOWA meeting planners!RD’SROCK!  This meeting would not happen without those fantastic meeting planners  Or without YOUR ATTENDANCE