ASO membership is open to anyone working or studying in the field of obesity.
Membership Benefits include
- Reduced delegate fees at ASO, WOF and EASO conferences and training events
- Free attendance at most ASO Network events
- Much more
ASO will be presenting a new webinar on 10 December focusing on the new Canadian Adult Obesity Clinical Practice Guidelines. Join us at
Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity have launched Health First, the childhood obesity framing toolkit. View the toolkit for guidance on how to
Our UK Congress on Obesity is a key part of the year for many of us. In light of the impacts of COVID-19, please answer our three quick
ASO has joined more than 50 public health directors, sector experts and healthcare professionals in signing a letter to Rishi Sunak and
Message from the ASO Chair
It’s fair to say that my first year in post as Chair of the Board of Trustees for ASO has not been anything like I had anticipated. As with many others, we experienced an unprecedented impact of COVID-19 that no one could have forecasted last September. I’ve attempted to summarise how this has impacted on ASO and its wider community below. Despite its inevitable impact, ASO has continued to develop new initiatives which we believe are of benefit to both the association and its members. However, firstly, it is important to recognise that COVID-19 has had a substantial impact on people living with obesity. As an association, we are committed to supporting patient led organisations and the people who they represent. COVID-19 has re-ignited our relationship with our partners, particularly Obesity UK and the Obesity Empowerment Network and it is absolutely essential that this remains a clear focus for ASO.
Dr Maria Bryant
Chair, Association for…
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