They even know about our program in the United Kingdom with an article in the Huffington Post.
A recent article in U.S. News and World Report about innovative curricula in medical schools.
Health Food for Foodies: A great article about us in the Wall Street Journal!
Check out the Teaching Kitchen in Bon Appetit! The March 2014 edition highlighted our work with this article.
Here’s a video from our colleague Dr. Anne VanBeber on their new program at Texas Christian University, based on the model created by Chef Leah and Dr. Harlan!
“Food, Not Pills” – Press from Care2.com on the Goldring Center, following the article in the Wall Street Journal!
Food and Medicine coming together – Medical students taking our away elective at Johnson and Wales are actively combining culinary and medical knowledge to improve recovery time for college athletes. http://ripr.org/post/food-medicine-doctors-and-chefs-training-together
The Goldring Center for Culinary Medicine is on the leading edge of a new movement on how healthcare professionals approach nutrition education and patient counseling. Check out the article at Culinate.
Learn more about our new home. As part of the ReFresh Project, The Goldring Center of Culinary Medicine will partner with Whole Foods and Liberty’s Kitchen. Tulane University’s new Goldring Center for Culinary Medicine, which will be a first-of-its kind teaching kitchen serving community members, medical students, and practicing medical professionals. The ReFresh Project will include indoor and outdoor community space for programs that will promote the health, wellness, and vitality of the surrounding neighborhoods, such as gardening, fitness, and education classes. The project will also house programs designed to reduce barriers to fresh food access and improve the health of community members— particularly for chronic and diet-related diseases—being developed in partnership with over a dozen community and national partners. Read more here!
Doctors and Chefs Join Forces for Health Through a Groundbreaking Culinary Medicine University Collaboration. This article provides details into Goldring Center for Culinary Medicine’s partnerships with Johnson and Wales Culinary School and Liberty’s Kitchen to “focus on the significant health role that food choices and nutrition play in preventing and managing obesity and associated diseases in America. The initial program will start at Tulane and will offer medical students practical community cooking classes, hands-on community outreach, and instruction in strategic relationship building with community organizations.”
The Kitchen as a Classroom: Medical Students Get a Culinary Education. This report by the AAMC (Association of American Medical Colleges) provides insight into our partnership with the Johnson and Wales Culinary School and the value of the experience from a student perspective.
Tulane University Medical Students to Don Chef Jackets. This article at Nola.com discusses the need for the improvement of nutrition education in medical schools and how the Goldring Center of Culinary Medicine is working to address that need.