The European Association for the Study of Obesity

What does EASO do?

What does EASO do?

Mission: To reduce the burden of unhealthy weight

About: Established in 1986, EASO is a federation of professional membership associations from 32 European countries. It is the voice of the European obesity community, representing scientists, health care practitioners, physicians, public health experts and patients. EASO is in official relations with the World Health Organisation (WHO) Regional Office for Europe and is a founding member of the EU Platform on Diet, Physical Activity and Health.

EASO promotes action through collaboration in advocacy, communication, education and research. 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.

Childhood Obesity Task Force (COTF) Parental Guide

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The EASO Childhood Obesity Task Force (COTF) has worked with colleagues from the Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève (HUG) to develop …

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EASO Position Statement

EASO has recently published a position statement entitled ‘Obesity: The Gateway to Ill Health – an EASO Position Statement on a …

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Workshop on Social Sciences and Humanities’ contribution to tackle the Obesity Epidemic

In January 2013, more than 50 researchers and stakeholders from around Europe gathered in Brussels for the workshop Social Sciences …

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European Obesity Research Conference

Obesity is frequent, serious, complex and chronic. Moreover, it is recognised as a gateway to many other disease areas, including …

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ECO2014, the 21st European Congress on Obesity

The ECO2013 Abstract Book, an official supplement of Obesity Facts, is now available online. Speaker podcasts, presentations and online ‘meet-the-expert’ sessions will …

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