ACLM Offers Free Lifestyle Medicine Training to NYC Hospitals
Together with the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, NYC’s Mayor Eric Adams, Announces $44 Million Offer of Free Lifestyle Medicine Foundational Training to Every NYC Health Care Practitioner
New York City Mayor Eric Adams in partnership with the American College of Lifestyle Medicine has made a massive commitment to provide every New York City health care practitioner with free access to the Lifestyle Medicine and Food as Medicine Essentials Bundle, which offers to 5.5 hours of free continuing medical education and continuing education coursework. </span
The $44 million commitment made by ACLM offers free lifestyle medicine and food as medicine training for up to 200,000 NYC doctors, nurses, nurse practitioners, dietitians, and other health care professionals and will enable them to integrate evidence-based lifestyle medicine content into their clinical practice to treat chronic conditions such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, obesity and more.
The initial group of 20 participating hospitals and hospital systems serve millions of New Yorkers. This lifestyle medicine training rollout is the largest in the world.
Providers not in NYC may also enjoy free 5.5 hours of lifestyle medicine education. At the recent White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health ACLM made a nationwide commitment to provide FREE lifestyle medicine and food as medicine CME coursework to 100,000 physicians and other clinicians serving in medically under-resourced areas.
Visit this link to learn more and request your registration code to claim your FREE access.