This course will provide the knowledge and skills required to implement evidence-based lifestyle medicine strategies for cancer prevention and living well after a cancer diagnosis. Although aimed at practicing healthcare professionals from all disciplines, it also has relevance to the wider public. The content covers the six pillars of lifestyle medicine, namely healthy diets, physical activity, restorative sleep, healthy relationships, management of stress and avoidance of harmful substances, and provides actionable take aways for personal and professional practice. The course aims to provide individuals and practitioners the confidence to disseminate this information amongst their patients, families and their communities.
Wednesday, 20th March 2024, 12-2pm on TEAMS
Join us for a lunch time education event covering updates and practical implementation of plant-based nutrition and lifestyle medicine. The topics covered will include trending themes in nutritional medicine, lifestyle medicine for prevention and management of cardiovascular disease and exercise interventions for people living with and beyond cancer.
2 hours of CPD.
Dr Shireen Kassam Haematologist, Lifestyle Medicine Physician and Visiting Professor at the University of Winchester.
Dr Sundhya Raman, Lifestyle Medicine Physician and co-author of guidelines for the Primary Care Cardiovascular Society
Dr Rebecca Robinson, Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine and developer of the Moving Medicine cancer resource.
You will receive the Teams link for the event 7 days prior to start date of 20th March.
Any refunds will be made to the credit/debit card used when making the purchase.
The University of Winchester reserves the right to refund the event fee and not supply the event where the University considers it may be liable for taxes outside the UK as a result of supplying the event.
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This course will provide the knowledge and skills required to study at postgraduate level (level 7), which is also referred to as postgraduate level study. The course will introduce students to the critical analysis skills, academic writing and research skills.