Volume 27, Issue 2, Fall 2003

The Journal of Child Nutrition & Management

A Publication of the School Nutrition Association


Table of Contents

Editor’s Note

COMMENTARY

Food Safety Risks at School Not Related to School Meals: Should School Foodservice Managers Be Concerned?
Donna W. Lockner, PhD, LD; Meghan E. Hildebrandt, MS, RD; Gabriela Pacheco, RD, LD, SFNS

CURRENT ISSUES

Building the Leadership Capacity of North Carolina’s Child Nutrition Professionals
Larry D. Coble, EdD; and Melody H. Clodfelter, EdD

RESEARCH IN ACTION

Differences in Professionals Who Took the School Foodservice and Nutrition Specialist (SFNS) National Credentialing Exam and Those Who Did Not
Deborah H. Carr, PhD, RD, LD; L. Jane Boudreaux, PhD, RD; Martha T. Conklin, PhD, RD; and J.T. Johnson, PhD

Current Status of and Factors Associated With the Use of Brand-Name Fast Foods in Indiana Schools Participating in the National School Lunch Program
Barbara J.H. Yoon, PhD, RD, SFNS; Barbara A. Almanza, PhD, RD; and Stephen J. Hiemstra, PhD

Differences in Fourth-Graders’ Participation Rates Across Four School-Based Nutrition Studies
Francesca H.A. Frye, MBA, RD, LD; Suzanne Domel Baxter, PhD, RD, LD, FADA; Mark S. Litaker, PhD; William O. Thompson, PhD; Caroline H. Guinn, RD, LD; Michelle L. Baglio, RD, LD; and Nicole M. Shaffer, RD, LD

CURRENT RESOURCES

2003 Child Nutrition Showcase Abstracts

NFSMI Research Update
Denise Brown, PhD, RD, LD

Reviewer Recognition

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