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Survey about the knowledge and interest of EAS Members
on the role of diet and lifestyle in the management
of dyslipidaemia and prevention of CVD

EAS seek to provide our members with educational materials that suit their needs.

Please complete this short survey, to help us identify where there is greatest interest, and where there are gaps in knowledge regarding ‘diet and lifestyle’ aspects in the management of dyslipidaemia, especially about cholesterol-lowering, and the prevention of CVD.

The survey is initiated jointly by the EAS and its corporate members BASF, Raisio and Unilever (now Upfield). The outcome of the survey will help to better understand the needs for current and future educational materials.

By taking part in this survey you are helping a young scientist further their career: for each completed survey the corporate partners will donate 10€ to the EAS to be used to provide a travel grants to young investigators.

The results of the survey will be presented at the annual EAS congress and publish at the EAS website; a publication in a relevant journal will be explored.

The survey will be carried out anonymously, and your personal data will be handled according to the Society’s personal data policy.

Please complete the survey by December 17, 2018.

Link to the survey>>

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