Welcome to a new educational offering by ACLM: the Symposium Series. The year 2020 brought us both negatives and positives. One positive was the opportunity to reach broader and more diverse audiences through technology. We were encouraged by the success of our first-ever, multi-day virtual conference last October, and we hope to continue the momentum by offering two, one-day virtual events in 2021.

The purpose of our new Symposium Series is to spotlight the systematic integration of lifestyle medicine. Setting the stage for health restoration to truly be the foundation of health and health care, we are delving into how hospitals and universities can map their journey to offering lifestyle medicine as a real solution to chronic disease.

Join us at one or both of these one-day, Continuing Education events.


Member | $129 each | 6 CME/CE estimated ($219 bundle | 12 estimated total CME/CE) 25% member savings!

Non-member | $169 each | 6 CME/CE estimated ($289 bundle | 12 estimated total CME/CE) 

Lifestyle Medicine in Health Systems Symposium:

Friday, May 14, 2021 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. EST

Health care systems are constantly seeking new ways to sustainably achieve the quadruple aim through innovation. As a solution to the unsustainable treatment of ever-increasing chronic diseases, many of the leading systems in the country are turning to lifestyle medicine (LM). This one-day event will showcase the leading experts in the field of lifestyle medicine – offering practical tips and tactics from the boots-on-the-ground health professionals, businesses and C-Suite leaders. Attendees will take a deep dive into the financial ROI of LM, the points of entry, technology solutions and the realities of working with payers and involving their communities. Learn from others’ experiences while mapping out your plan for successful lifestyle medicine health system integration.

Lifestyle Medicine in Academia Symposium:

Wednesday, July 21, 2021 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. EST

Join us for a one-day symposium as we showcase leading academic institutions incorporating lifestyle medicine and support academic institutions, leaders, and faculty seeking to implement lifestyle medicine into their academic setting and curriculum.

  1. Review the current status and advancements in lifestyle medicine academic education.
  2. Highlight the successes and lessons learned from leading academic institutions.
  3. Discuss opportunities for academic institutions to incorporate lifestyle medicine at various levels of engagement.
  4. Provide lifestyle medicine education guidance, tools, resources and individualized/customized support to attendees.

Visit LMsymposium.org to see full details

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