ELMO announces the cooperation with the Supplementary Distance Education Programme (E-Learning) of the Center of Continuing Education and Lifelong Learning of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
ELMO in cooperation with E-Learning Programme of the Center of Continuing Education and Lifelong Learning, NKUA (University of Athens) is delighted to announce a 15% discount on the total fees of the online course “Nutrition, Mediterranean Diet, and Management of Cardiovascular Diseases (with personal educational support)” to all ELMO active members.
Students* who are willing the relative discount are kindly asked to contact the E-Learning Admissions Office (email@example.com) upon submitting the application, providing a scanned copy of their ELMO Certification – which have received recently – in order to further proceed with their request.
The course runs under the academic supervision of Prof. Constantinos Demopoulos, Professor of Biochemistry & Food Chemistry, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
The application period deadline is set on 18th September 2017, while the course starts on 25th September 2017. The duration of the program is 24 weeks.
*This offer is valid for all ELMO official active members: Medical Doctors, Health Professionals and Students
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Lifestyle Medicine Education Collaborative: Leadership, Mentoring, and Resources for Medical School Curricular Education
The European Lifestyle Medicine Organization is pleased to be part of the the Lifestyle Medicine Education Collaborative (LMEd).
Founded by Edward Phillips, MD and Jennifer Trilk, PhD, the LMEd offers leadership, guidance and resources to advance the adoption and implementation of lifestyle medicine curricula throughout medical education.
Currently, LMEd is focused on expanding access to lifestyle medicine education in U.S. medical schools with a concentration on subjects specifically tailored for medical students.
These subjects include: exercise/physical activity, nutrition, behavior change, and self-care.
Here is the master set of Lifestyle Medicine Medical Education Resources for ELMO members : http://lifestylemedicineeducation.org/curricular-resources/