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The Australian and New Zealand Obesity Society (formally known as the Australasian Society for the Study of Obesity or ASSO) was established in 1991.

It is a scientific organisation of medical practitioners, dietitians, scientists and other health care professionals interested orcp journalin obesity research, treatment or public health initiatives directed at the prevention of obesity.

The Society has over 250 members throughout Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Region.

The 2017 ANZOS Annual Scientific Meeting will be held in Adelaide from 4th - 6th October 2017, South Australia.

Please click HERE to download the 2017 ANZOS ASM Save the Date flyer.

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BMI Calculator

Body Mass Index, or BMI, is a simple index of weight-for-height that is commonly used to classify underweight, overweight and obesity in adults. It is defined as the weight in kilograms divided by the square of the height in metres (kg/m squared).

2017 ANZOS pic Adelaide Festival Centre aerial view Adelaide

2017 ANZOS ASM

The 2017 ANZOS Annual Scientific Meeting will be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre from the 4th – 6th October 2017, South Australia. 

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Dietary Intake Assessment

The Australasian Child & Adolescent Obesity Research Network (ACAORN) is interested in identifying tools for assessing dietary intake in children and adolescents in Australia and New Zealand.

ANZOS MEMBER

ANZOS Membership

Any medical graduate, scientist or health professional with interests in the field of overweight and obesity, is eligible for nomination to become a member of ANZOS.

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Physical Activity Asessment

The Australasian Child & Adolescent Obesity Research Network (ACAORN) is interested in guiding Australian and international researchers in the process of selecting appropriate measurement tools.

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Australian Obesity Management Algorithm

Obesity is a complex and multi-factorial chronic disease with genetic, environmental, physiological and behavioural determinants that requires long-term care.