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Providing healthcare professionals with a strong foundation in Culinary Medicine is a key part of educating health professionals to support patients in achieving better health outcomes.
We encourage medical students, nursing students, graduate students, physical therapy, occupational therapy, psychology students, and other health care professionals in training to apply.
ACLM’s Trainees have started student-led, faculty-supported groups across the country and are instrumental in advocating for curriculum reform. LMIGs are the perfect way to connect, share ideas, collaborate on projects and learn how to practice LM.
Abstracts for Lifestyle Medicine 2021 “Patient Centered. Value Based. Outcome Driven." are now being accepted.