The Health meets Food team offers Culinary Medicine continuing medical education classes for medical professionals in Washington, DC as well as with partners across the United States, with locations varying by date. Each class costs $200.00 and CE credits are available for Physicians, Physician Assistants, Registered Dietitians, Pharmacists, Nurse Practitioners, Nurses, and Certified Diabetes Educators.
All classes receive applicable credits toward the Certified Culinary Medicine Specialist (CCMS) program.
Health meets Food CME Virtual Classes
Offered online using Zoom
The Health meets Food team began offering online hands-on Culinary Medicine programming beginning May 2020. Participants use Zoom to gather, collaborate, cook together, and discuss case studies. Each module will follow the workflow of in-person programming and will take about 3 1/2 hours to complete.
For registration problems, questions, or for more event information, please contact Cecilia Hatfield at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health meets Food CME In-person Classes
In-person classes run 3 hours, with a small amount of preparation expected prior to attending class. You will receive further instruction after signing up for the course.
Classes are offered in Washington, DC as well as Health meets Food partner sites across the country.
- $200 per class for health professionals
- Registration closes one week prior to scheduled class
Health meets Food: The Culinary Medicine Recorded Conference
This year’s recorded conference is now available for purchase.
The conference was held in Orlando Florida in collaboration with the University of Central Florida Rosen College of Hospitality Management. There recorded conference includes lectures, expert panels and culinary skills-building programming.
The overarching theme of this year’s conference is using Culinary Medicine as a practice transformation tool — how do we restructure clinical practice and healthcare foodservice to focus on food and health amongst our patients, colleagues and policy makers.
Day One – Food Security
Friday programming will focus on food security issues and how we can optimize screening and intervention through collaboration with community resources as well as considerations for the role of Culinary Medicine in this critical arena.
Day Two – Culinary Medicine Practice Transformation
This year’s focus on Culinary Medicine and Practice Transformation looks at how we can incorporate food throughout the clinical experience, maximizing opportunities to support our patients and our practices.
Day Three – Foodservice in Healthcare
Foodservice in healthcare is a critical element of our patients’ wellbeing and this year’s Sunday programming will build on the themes of practice transformation with respect to the best practices of how food is delivered to our patients.
Health meets Food: The Culinary Medicine Conference 2021
This past year’s conference was an amazing success and hundreds of healthcare and foodservice professionals came together to learn about optimal strategies for feeding kids and families, ways to effect change in our healthcare system that leads to implementation of Culinary Medicine programming, and practical strategies for practice transformation.
For those of you not able to attend, you can still register and “attend” the recorded conference. All of the programming has been recorded and you will have full access (except for our Friday keynote with Dr. Marion Nestle).
Hit the button to register. It may take about an hour to receive the information for opening the programming.