Welcome to the ASPEN Self-Assessment Program

You have reached ASPEN’s legacy Self-Assessment platform. If you are attempting to purchase new modules or access modules for which you have a current/active subscription, please visit the new Self-Assessment Platform. Your username and password are the same as your ASPEN account. Please note, module completion data from June 1, 2021 – March 1, 2023 was loaded into the new platform. If you require documentation for modules completed prior to June 1, 2021, your module completion history is accessible in this legacy platform until the end of June 2023. While your history is accessible in this legacy platform, you will be unable to make purchases or complete modules in this legacy platform. Please direct questions to ASPEN at education@nutritioncare.org.

- The ASPEN Education Team

ASPEN's online Self-Assessment modules are designed to support multi-disciplinary health care professionals seeking to assess their knowledge of nutrition support therapy both in clinical practice and research settings. Committed to positively impacting patient care, ASPEN offers this interactive educational tool to enhance understanding of current evidence–based specialized nutrition and metabolic support.

This interactive E-training Portal allows you to sign up for program modules and to earn continuing education credits for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and registered dietitians. For complete details and computer specifications, click here. Participants with disciplines not included under ASPEN’s accreditations will receive an IACET CEU* certificate.

How does the Self-Assessment Program Work?

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How to Get Started! First, you must click here to create an account for Online Self Assessment, then you may purchase program modules. You will need a unique email address and, for ASPEN members, your member number (all 10 digits including the initial three zeros).

If you have already created a user account and are registered, click here to login.

Overall Program Objectives:
  • Identify areas of knowledge in specialized nutrition and metabolic support that require further study.
  • Develop and integrate analytical thinking skills to improve clinical practice.
  • Refine current clinical knowledge and practice to reflect recent advances in specialized nutrition support.
  • Develop skills in interpreting medical literature.
  • Increase proficiency in utilizing online resources and taking computerized examinations.

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