Lifestyle Medicine Residency Curriculum Implementation

Brenda Rea MD, DrPH, PT, RD, DipABLM, FACLM | Sylvia Cramer, DrPH, DipACLM

September 24, 2020


This is an open source webinar. Please share with friends and colleagues.

lifestylemedicine.org/LMRC-Implementation-Webinar
Description:

Join us for a webinar as we describe how the Lifestyle Medicine Residency Curriculum fits within the overall spectrum of Lifestyle Medicine education and certification. We will share the history of the LMRC along with the framework needed for successful implementation. Lastly, we will discuss the shared benefits of incorporating the LMRC into your residency site and end the webinar with time allocated to answer questions live.

Learning Objectives:

1. Describe how the LMRC fits within the overall spectrum of Lifestyle Medicine education, training and certification.
2. Review the history of the LMRC.
3. Discuss the framework needed for successful implementation of the LMRC.
4. Share the strengths, challenges, and benefits of the LMRC. 

Speakers Bios:

Brenda Rea MD, DrPH, PT, RD, DipABLM, FACLM
Executive Director @Lifestyle Medicine Residency Curriculum 

Brenda Rea, MD, DrPH, PT, RD, DipABLM, FACLM, is the Program Director of the Loma Linda University Health Education Consortium (LLUHEC) Family and Preventive Medicine Residency Program and Lifestyle Medicine Fellowship. She completed her educational pursuits as well as Family and Preventive Medicine Residency at Loma Linda University. She has consistently pursued professional training and experiences to develop knowledge, skills and abilities in relation to lifestyle medicine. Dr. Rea is a founding member of American College of Lifestyle Medicine (ACLM) and currently serves as Co-Chair of the ACLM Education Committee. In addition, she serves on the American Board of Lifestyle Medicine (ABLM) and is a Trustee for the Ardmore Institute of Health. Lastly, Dr. Rea has a wealth of experience mentoring students and residents in many areas of Lifestyle Medicine and is passionate about training a new generation of physicians to use lifestyle medicine to treat the root causes of disease.

Sylvia Cramer, DrPH, DipACLM
Assistant Professor; LMRC Project Director @Loma Linda University Health

Sylvia Cramer, DrPH, DipACLM, is an Assistant Professor at Loma Linda University’s Department of Preventive Medicine and serves as the Project Director for the Lifestyle Medicine Residency Curriculum. She has many years of experience in providing lifestyle medicine treatment in outpatient clinical settings and has served as the Director of a 10-day Intensive Lifestyle Immersion program in Northern California. She completed her education at the Loma Linda University – School of Public Health.