Events

As a service to our members and all those interested in learning more about Lifestyle Medicine, we offer these announcements for upcoming Lifestyle Medicine related educational opportunities.

To register for these events, please use the links provided.

ACLM member often receive discounts to the events listed here.
Please email ACLM for more information.

Upcoming events

    • 01 Nov 2015
    • (PDT)
    • 04 Nov 2015 (PST)
    • Nashville, TN


    Visit the official event website, www.lifestylemedicine2015.org 
    for more details.

    The American College of Lifestyle Medicine (ACLM) hosts its annual conference, November 1-4, 2015, at the Renaissance Nashville Hotel in Tennessee.

    The conference will feature prominent keynote speakers, networking with industry leaders, an annual membership meeting with a state of the industry report and world renowned regional and international presenters.

    Who Attends?
    Upwards of 750+ physicians, health care professionals, ancillary health care providers, prominent leaders in lifestyle medicine, supporting organizations, press, politicians, leadership volunteers from throughout the US and other parts of the world and the general public interested in making a difference in their health and the health of others are expected to attend this event.
    • 03 Nov 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM (EST)
    • Renaissance Nashville Hotel


    Tuesday Night's Dinner and Presentation

    Don't Miss:

    • A State of the Industry Report, presented by ACLM's President David L. Katz
    • Dinner Presentation: An Interview with a Centenarian by Ellsworth Wareham
    • A delicious and healthy meal thoughtfully aligned with the core concepts of Lifestyle Medicine
    Dinner & An Interview with a Centenarian
    Special guest and centenarian Dr. Ellsworth Wareham will be interviewed by Hans Diehl of CHIP Health at our Lifestyle Medicine 2015 dinner presentation.  

    They’ll discuss topics ranging from why the cardiothoracic surgeon decided to retire at 74 and how he managed to continue counseling until the age of 95. They’ll also dive into the implications of a person’s diet and exercise regimen, as well as what that has looked like over the past few decades.

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