Calling all Physician Assistants, Registered Nurses and Dietitians—essential members, and often leaders, of an effective Lifestyle Medicine education and treatment protocol.
ACLM's Physician Assistant, Registered Nurse and Dietitian Workgroups
Data shows that 80% of diseases are preventable through healthier lifestyle choices. As we shift to value-based care, it’s essential that we shift away from “disease management” toward true “health” care that focuses on lifestyle change, using nutrition and exercise to improve patients’ health.
The field of Lifestyle Medicine encompasses a team approach—counseling patients and empowering them to integrate more healthful lifestyle choices into their daily lives, moving away from expensive and often unnecessary medications.
Calling all Physician Assistants, Registered Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, and Dietitians—essential members, and often leaders, of an effective Lifestyle Medicine education and treatment protocol.
Are you ready to be excited about your work again? Are you ready to be part of the solution?
If so, then Lifestyle Medicine is for you!
Join PA Task Force Co-chairs, Brad Biskup PA-C and Joan Swanson MMSc, PA-C; RN Task Force Co-chairs Kelly Freeman, MCN, NP-C and Lilly Tryon, DNP, FNP-BC; and RD Task Force Alisa Bloom, RDN, LDN for the Task Forces Meetings in Tucson, Arizona during the annual American College of Lifestyle Medicine meeting October 22-25 at the Westin La Paloma Resort.
Please contact them via email with any questions about Lifestyle Medicine and the role these specialty fields. We are developing a network within the American College of Lifestyle Medicine where PAs, RNs, NPs, RDs and other dietitians can learn more.