Dear Colleagues, Readers and Members:
We are delighted to announce an exciting new partnership between the American Society for Nutrition (ASN) and Nutrition Today. Effective with the July-August 2011 issue, Nutrition Today is an official partner publication of ASN! With this new relationship, we are linking the leading nutrition research society with a high-quality nutrition publication that translates research findings into scientifically sound reviews and commentaries for nutritionists, clinicians, nurses, and other allied health professionals and students.
Nadine Sahyoun, PhD, RD, Associate Professor at University of Maryland, is serving as ASN's editorial board liaison. ASN will have a regular column in Nutrition Today and ASN members will receive a 55% savings when subscribing.
Nutrition Today has been in publication for nearly 40 years, and our readers rely on us to bring lively, informative articles on the effects of different food and eating practices on health and quality of life. We cover the most current and controversial topics, and we hope that the new partnership with ASN brings further value to your Nutrition Today subscription. Nutrition Today is an outstanding addition to ASN's peer-reviewed publications portfolio, which also includes: The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition; The Journal of Nutrition; and the recently launched review journal, Advances in Nutrition. We look forward to exploring the vital applications of nutrition science together.
Exclusive ASN Member Pricing
You can now subscribe as an ASN member at the exclusive rates outlined below. This includes access to the complete online archive of Nutrition Today dating back to March 1966. Our new collaboration also allows ASN members to take advantage of a special 50% discount for CE tests for nurses, registered dietitians and dietetic technicians.
ASN-Only Rate Location Savings
$40 Domestic (U.S.) 55%
$65 International 65%
Please send any feedback regarding this exciting new venture to firstname.lastname@example.org. Happy reading!
Sharon M. Donovan, PhD, RD
American Society for Nutrition
Johanna T. Dwyer, DSc, RD