Medical Schools Using the Health meets Food Culinary Medicine Curriculum

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Over 55 medical schools, residency programs, and nursing schools have adopted Health meets Food Culinary Medicine curriculum.

To discuss using the Health meets Food Culinary Medicine Curriculum at your medical school, residency program, nursing school, or other allied health professional program, contact Timothy S. Harlan, MD, FACP, CCMS at drgourmet@culinarymedicine.org.


Erie Community College / Jacobs School of Medicine

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George Washington University School of Medicine
The Culinary Medicine elective is offered during the fall and spring semester to third- and fourth-year medical students and provides students the skills  to teach patients how to incorporate healthy eating for the prevention and treatment of disease. More information »


Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine

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Medical College of Virginia

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North Texas University Health Science Center
An Inter-professional Culinary Medicine Education initiative between the TCU Department of Nutritional Sciences and the University of North Texas Health Science Center (UNTHSC), in collaboration with University of Texas (UT) Southwestern Moncrief Cancer Institute in Fort Worth launched in 2013.  More information »


Ohio State University School of Medicine

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Penn State University School of Medicine

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Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

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Rutgers University School of Medicine RWJ Campus

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Texas Christian University
An Inter-professional Culinary Medicine Education initiative between the TCU Department of Nutritional Sciences and the University of North Texas Health Science Center (UNTHSC), in collaboration with University of Texas (UT) Southwestern Moncrief Cancer Institute in Fort Worth launched in 2013.  More information »


University of Alabama College of Community Health Sciences

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University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Under direction from the Chancellor and led by Dr. Gloria Richard-Davis, UAMS has rapidly created a comprehensive University-wide Culinary Medicine program. More information »


University of California – Irvine
Programming was launched in the 2016 – 2017 academic year. Culinary Medicine is offered as an elective with 18 medical students in each cohort. More information »


University of Central Florida College of Medicine
The programming for the medical students now includes the 8-module elective along with Module 10 – Cancer Nutrition, Module 20 – Geriatric Nutrition and Module 33 – Systemic Approach to Obesity. There is continued expansion of community programming.   More information »


University of Chicago: Pritzker School of Medicine

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University of Michigan – Ann Arbor

The Culinary Medicine elective is offered during the spring semester to fourth-year medical students and provides students the skills to teach patients how to incorporate healthy eating for the prevention and treatment of disease. The Culinary Medicine elective using the Health meets Food programming.


University of Mississippi Medical College

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University of New Mexico School of Medicine

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University of Oklahoma

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University of South Alabama College of Medicine
Programming was offered to medical students starting in the 2015 – 2016 academic year at the Mitchell Cancer Institute. The courseware was offered in cohorts of 16 with two groups that year. More information »


University of South Carolina

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University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville

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The University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Culinary Medicine was originally offered to a group of 16 medical students without credit in 2016 (second-year students only) and again in 2017 (first- and second-year students) under the direction of Dr. Joan Han and Healthy Lifestyle Clinic team.More information »


University of Texas at Houston

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University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio

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University of Texas Southwestern + Moncrief Cancer Institute
UT Southwestern and the Moncrief Cancer Institute were the first partner-site to launch Health meets Food courseware.  They have led the way by making the student elective interdisciplinary, and the RD facilitator supervises several dietetic interns each semester.  The program offered open enrollment in 2019 to quantify the degree of interest, and 94 first-year medical students enrolled.  More information »


Washington State University Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine
Culinary Medicine programming was offered in the 2018 – 2019 academic year as a pilot to second year medical students with a high participation rate — all 60 students signed up. The pilot was launched as an inter-disciplinary activity and had high satisfaction amongst students. More information »


Weil Cornell School of Medicine

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West Virginia University School of Medicine
We wanted to teach nutrition of healthy eating, and also teach the medical students how to prepare the food so they could pass practical information along to patients.  The program aims to teach skills that will provide young physicians with the knowledge, techniques and self-assurance needed to speak about diet and exercise. More information »


Western University of Health Sciences

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