The European Association for the Study of Obesity

Policymakers Survey 2014

Policymakers Survey 2014

EASO considers obesity to be a health, research, and societal priority. It promotes the study of obesity as well as facilitating and engaging in actions that reduce the burden of unhealthy excess weight in Europe through prevention and management.

EASO is a membership association comprising 31 National Association Members, which between them reprsent more than 4000 individuals across Europe. Our National Association members, and the individual members thereof, enjoy extensive EASO member benefits.

Further information on the history and goals of EASO and on each Member Association is available via the top navigation bar.

The Ethics of Childhood Obesity Treatment – from the Childhood Obesity Task Force (COTF)

With the American Medical Association’s recent declaration that obesity is a serious disease [1], a critical consideration of the ethics …

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EASO Patient Council: An inspirational success story

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HOW I CHANGED MY LIFESTYLE Changing my views on how to live healthy is probably one of the most important …

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MoodFood – Preventing Depression Through Food

EASO is the dissemination WP Leader in the EU funded project MooDFOOD.  MooDFOOD is led by Marjolein Visser and Ingeborg …

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An EASO Position Statement on Multidisciplinary Obesity Management in Adults

An EASO position statement on Multidisciplinary Obesity Management in Adults has just been published online in Obesity Facts. Abstract Obesity …

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European Congress on Obesity 2014 (ECO 2014)

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This year’s European Congress on Obesity will take place from 28-31 May at the National Palace of Culture, 1 Bulgaria …

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Learn about a recent WHO internship experience

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Internship summary Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity programme World Health Organization, Regional office for Europe October-November 2013 I am currently …

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What role do European policy makers play in the prevention of obesity?

Caroline Bollars – Technical Officer for Nutritional Policy, WHO Regional Office for Europe, Copenhagen, Denmark

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