History of GASPEN
In the early 1980s, the Atlanta Nutrition Information Exchange (ANIE) was established to facilitate education and collaboration among...
To promote professional communication among and within professional disciplines in the broad field of clinical nutrition through national and regional meetings, local seminars, scientific, clinical, and educational exhibits and publications.
To promote proper application of clinical and research experience to the practice of nutritionally sound medicine.
To encourage professional competence of practitioners and investigators in the fields of parenteral and enteral nutrition and the improvement of patient care through specific postgraduate and continuing education programs.
To represent the needs of professionals and the patients they serve before government and regulatory agencies, professional societies and the public.
Communicate with ASPEN for upcoming events
Send out “save the date” /blast emails
Sent welcome emails to new GASPEN members
Submit newsletter(s) to ASPEN
When in-person annual meeting is feasible: name tags, raffle passports, flyers, hotel, raffle items, sign-in sheets, etc.
Get forms signed from exhibitors
Confirm receipt of funds
Track all the vendor’s information
Communicate with speakers
Send speaker’s packet
Obtain CE approval
Submit forms to ASPEN
Interface with registrants
Complete 2 newsletters per year
Find writers and communicating with them to meet publication deadlines