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Find what you are looking for, engage with your ACLM benefits, network and find member groups, access the LM Careers Job Board, and download the latest tools and resources – all in one place.

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MARCH 12 @ Noon CT:  The Power of Partnership: Leveraging lifestyle medicine to advance health equity, empower underserved communities, and support clinician resilience.

MARCH 26 @ Noon CT: Certification in Lifestyle Medicine: The How and Why

 COMPLEMENTARY CME/CE/MOC
HOW TO MAXIMIZE AND EXPAND YOUR ENGAGEMENT

ACLM seeks health-system or practice-level collaborators to pilot the feasibility and financial sustainability of running the Lifestyle Empowerment Approach for Diabetes Remission (LEADR) program, a diabetes intervention curriculum developed by ACLM. 

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ACLM is proud to offer high-quality, lifestyle medicine content and resources for your lifestyle medicine communication efforts. You are free to use any of the assets included in this Ambassador Toolkit, unmodified, to advance lifestyle medicine among physicians and health care team members.

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Member Interest Groups provide opportunities to build relationships, collaborate and learn from other passionate lifestyle medicine practitioners.

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Explore open volunteer opportunities within ACLM. Volunteering is an excellent way to get more involved with ACLM and lifestyle medicine.

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LIFESTYLE MEDICINE CERTIFICATION

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Most physicians and health professionals receive little to no education on nutrition, physical activity, sleep, social connectivity, and the avoidance of risky substance use, which are the six pillars of Lifestyle Medicine.

Certification in Lifestyle Medicine indicates that the individual has mastered the science of  preventing, treating, and reversing chronic disease in an evidence-based manner with official acknowledgment from the American Board of Lifestyle Medicine (for physicians and specialists) or the American College of Lifestyle Medicine (for professionals and practitioners).