2018 Food as Medicine Update: What to tell your patients about diet and chronic disease prevention

Nov 13, 2018

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8:30am–4:30pm

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The Food as Medicine Update series was created to address the knowledge-gap in continuing medical education related to the role of nutritin in patient care. In this full day symposium, health care professionals will learn about the most recent clinical research on nutrition and chronic disease prevention. This group learning CME activity is accredited by the Continuin Professional Development (CPD) office at the University of Toronto. 

As part of this event, Dr. David Jenkins will be awarded the Rungle-Lister Lectureship in Transformative Nutrional Medical Education in recognition of his oustanding contributions to translational research in the field of nutrition and prevention of diabetes and hyperlipidemia.

In-person or Webcast (live and replay) registration options are available! Dont miss out!

Program Information here.

Register here.

Location

Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute
209 Victoria Street
Toronto, ON
2018-11-13 13:30:00 2018-11-13 21:30:00 UTC 2018 Food as Medicine Update: What to tell your patients about diet and chronic disease prevention The Food as Medicine Update series was created to address the knowledge-gap in continuing medical education related to the role of nutritin in patient care. In this full day symposium, health care professionals will learn about the most recent clinical research on nutrition and chronic disease prevention. This group learning CME activity is accredited by the Continuin Professional Development (CPD) office at the University of Toronto.  As part of this event, Dr. David Jenkins will be awarded the Rungle-Lister Lectureship in Transformative Nutrional Medical Education in recognition of his oustanding contributions to translational research in the field of nutrition and prevention of diabetes and hyperlipidemia. In-person or Webcast (live and replay) registration options are available! Dont miss out! Program Information here. Register here. 209 Victoria Street - Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute discovery.commons@utoronto.ca
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