NEW OBESITY TREATMENT AND CARE GUIDELINES LAUNCH IN IRELAND ☘️
EASO congratulates our Irish colleagues on the launch tomorrow evening of the new Irish Clinical Practice Guidelines for Obesity.
Thank you, Cathy Breen, Chair of The Association for the Study of Obesity on the island of Ireland, Susie Birney, President of The Irish Coalition for People Living with Obesity and Ximena Ramos Salas, representing Obesity Canada
OBESITYWEEK® 2022 🇺🇸
1-4 NOVEMBER 2022
Register to join ObesityWeek in San Diego, California or virtually. All delegates will receive two months of access to session recordings.
Stop by and see EASO at booth #613
NEW ADVOCATING ON OBESITY WORKSHOP SESSIONS: APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN
- Tuesday 6 December, 16:00-18:00 CET
- Thursday 8 December, 16:00-18:00 CET
- Tuesday 13 December, 16:00-18:00 CET
- Thursday 16 December, 16:00-18:00 CET
30th EUROPEAN CONGRESS ON OBESITY
SAVE THE DATE
The 30th European Congress on Obesity (#ECO2023) will take place 17-20 May 2023 in Dublin, Ireland, save the dates! 🇮🇪
We look forward to hosting you in Dublin!
ABSTRACT AND SYMPOSIUM SUGGESTION SUBMISSIONS FOR #ECO2023 ARE NOW OPEN
January 13th 2023
We invite you to present your latest research and clinical work. E-posters will form an important part of the 30th European Congress on Obesity.
The Programme Organising Committee welcomes suggestions for full symposia, so please liaise with colleagues and submit a symposium suggestion under one of the five programme tracks.
OTHER UPCOMING EVENTS
BRITISH NUTRITION FOUNDATION ANNUAL CONFERENCE 🇬🇧
15th November 2022
Join EASO president Professor Jason Halford and other key opinion leaders for the annual British Nutrition Foundation Conference
Balancing the Scales on Diet Inequality
SEEDO ANNUAL CONGRESS 2022 🇪🇸
16-18 November 2022
EASO endorses and supports the Sociedad SEEDO Congresso Nacional en Barcelona. See you there!
NORDIC OBESITY MEETING IN COPENHAGEN 🇩🇰
17-19 NOVEMBER 2022
EASO is delighted to endorse and participate in the 2022 Nordic Obesity Meeting, hosted by the Danish Association for the Study on Obesity (DSAF).
LAUNCH OF THE EASO E-LEARNING HUB
- Are you engaged in obesity-related science, research or health?
- Eager to learn from leading professionals and experts?
- Excited by the prospect of further education and training opportunities for building your skills, knowledge and network?
Participation is free for members of the EASO Early Career Network
EUROPEAN TEENS LIVING WITH OBESITY PARTICIPATE IN A MAJOR INTERNATIONAL AWARENESS CAMPAIGN
EASO is pleased to support this awareness-raising initiative spearheaded by The European Coalition for People Living with Obesity (ECPO).
Obesity among teenagers and young people is an often overlooked and under-appreciated challenge in public health. In this campaign, teens from across Europe will get involved to help support peers, their parents, caregivers, and healthcare professionals better understand the challenges of living with overweight or obesity.
OBESITY FACTS JOURNAL
Read the latest edition of OBESITY FACTS, THE EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF OBESITY
Volume 15, Issue 4, is available with online first articles, all open access.
Learn more about the PROTEIN Project.
PROTEIN PeRsOnalized nutriTion for hEalthy livINg provides personalized nutrition and physical activity support technology to help people make healthier choices based on their own unique needs and preferences.
Discover the nutrition and physical activity European project.
EASO is pleased to support this new 5 year EU funded H2020 initiative. TIMESPAN, led by scientific coordinator Professor Henrik Larsson (Örebro University), includes 17 partners from across academia, industry, and patient advocacy communities, and aims to foster improvement in clinical management of adults living with with ADHD and co-occurring cardiometabolic disease, including obesity.
SWEET, a European Commission Horizon 2020 funded project, is supported by a consortium of 29 pan-European research, consumer and industry partners, who are in the process of reviewing and developing evidence on long term benefits and potential risks involved in switching over to sweeteners and sweetness enhancers (S&SEs) in the context of public health and safety, obesity, and sustainability.
THE SWEET PROJECT: WORKING WITH INDUSTRY TO UNDERSTAND THE SUSTAINABILITY OF SWEETENER
Sweeteners are often discussed in terms of their health and safety, with many narratives surrounding potential positive and negative aspects, whether measured or assumed.