NUTRITION 2023 Content Now Available On Demand on DiscoverNUTRITION!

Recorded sessions and activities from ASN’s annual flagship meeting held July 22-25, 2023 in Boston, MA can be viewed on demand, at any time and from anywhere. Available in special collections or as individual activities, don’t miss the opportunity to experience NUTRITION 2023 at your convenience. Current and timely, these activities deliver high-quality, research-driven content covering interdisciplinary topics in nutrition. 

For the complete list of NUTRITION 2023 content available on DiscoverNUTRITION, click here! Content includes scientific symposia, award lectures, special events, and sponsored satellite programs. Fees may apply. For courses with a fee, ASN members receive a 50% discount as a member benefit. 

Information for NUTRITION 2023 Registered Attendees 

NUTRITION 2023 meeting attendees receive exclusive access to a special DiscoverNUTRITION course which includes recordings of 18 scientific symposia and award lectures through July 31, 2024 for free! 

Instructions on how to redeem this special opportunity were emailed to registrants on September 19, 2023. Please contact with any questions. 

Attention physicians and registered dietitians: The deadline to claim continuing education credit for live attendance of sessions from July 22-25, 2023 is September 30, 2023. Click here for complete instructions and details. 

Continuing Education Credit Available for NUTRITION 2023 Recorded Content

If you are a physician or registered dietitian, continuing education credit is now available for the following 6 courses featuring timely topics through the following online DiscoverNUTRITION courses:

  • It’s Time to Quantify Intake Recommendations for Dietary Bioactives (1.5 CME or CPE credit) 
  • Nutrition and the Aging Brain (1.5 CME or CPE credit) 
  • Nourishing the Future: How Early Taste and Food Exposures Shape Diet and Health in Later Life (1.5 CME or CPE credit) 
  • Opening Session & Presidential Symposium: Food as Medicine: New Findings to Explain Reduced Risk of Cardiovascular Disease by Dietary Linoleic Acid (1.5 CME or CPE credit) 
  • Teens and Nutrient Deficiencies: A Growing Public Health Crisis (1.5 CME or CPE credit) 
  • Ultra-Processed Foods: Current Challenges and Future Directions (1.5 CME or CPE credit)

Non-physician and Non-dietetic Healthcare Professionals

ASN does not offer CME credit to non-physicians. However, all non-physician and non-dietetic healthcare professionals will be able to complete an evaluation and download a Certificate of Participation. This certificate designates your participation in this education activity. It lists the amount of continuing medical education credit that has been designated for physicians by ASN. You should be able to use this documentation for your licensing or certification needs. To determine if activities designated for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ are acceptable for your licensing or certification needs, please contact your credentialing body directly. Please note ASN cannot guarantee its acceptance. Learners seeking a Certificate of Participation are required to pass a post-test assessment of subject matter comprehension. To pass the post-test assessment, learners must correctly answer 75% of the questions.

Sessions Available at No Cost!

The following NUTRITION 2023 session and activity recordings are freely accessible: