Who can gain access to this curriculum?
Faculty at academic institutions are able to apply to gain access customizable PowerPoints of all modules. Any person with a healthcare background who is interested in teaching an introductory Lifestyle Medicine Course, educating patients, or giving community lectures should consider becoming a member of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine. All ACLM members can gain access to the curriculum in PDF format. This could include physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, health educators, behavioral health specialists, therapists, registered dietitian nutritionists, dietitian technicians, health and wellness coaches, social workers, EMT responders, psychologists, chiropractors, pharmacists, dentists, public health professionals, preventive medicine providers, patient/health navigation, corporate wellness professionals, Lifestyle Medicine champions or others.
How can I customize this material?
Anyone utilizing these slide decks must acknowledge any slides or content that they have added as it may represent the viewpoint of the presenter and not the viewpoint of ACLM. It is required that additional non-ACLM slides be labeled as such. Any faculty who has been granted access to customizable PowerPoints can utilize individual slides and incorporate them into existing lectures or new lectures as long as they maintain the integrity of the slide and logo exactly as originally created.
Who would benefit from this material?
This material is suitable to be taught in a variety of audiences including academic institutions, the general community, companies, healthcare organizations and workplaces. Therefore, audiences may include college students (associate/bachelor/masters/introductory-level doctoral), community members, healthcare team members, employees and many others.
Where can I purchase The Lifestyle Medicine Handbook: An Introduction to the Power of Healthy Habits that goes with this curriculum?
Can I share this material?
This course material is to be utilized by individuals, institutions and organizations to educate groups and classes of students about the foundations of lifestyle medicine. Downloaded content is not allowed to be distributed or shared with those who have not been granted explicit access to the material.