Culinary Medicine Products and Programming

The Health meets Food team offers both virtual and in-person hands-on Culinary Medicine classes as well as the yearly Culinary Medicine Conference.

For virtual programming participants use Zoom to gather, collaborate, cook together and discuss case studies. Each module follows the workflow of in-person programming and takes about 3 1/2 hours to complete.

Using this registration system you can purchase tickets for the conference, virtual programming, in-person CME, T-shirts and aprons as well as access free CME.

For registration problems, questions, or for more event information, please contact Cecilia Hatfield at [email protected]

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Food Security – SNAP & WIC Programs: The module provides definitions of food security in vulnerable populations as well as the link between food security and chronic long-term disease risk.  Students review current research on the impact and outcomes of food security in especially in the pediatric population and the impact of food insecurity in the family. Programming covers pathologies that may result from issues with food security and factors for community members with increased risk of food insecurity compared to those who are food secure.
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Food Security – Older Adults: Students investigate age-related decline and pathologies that contribute to issues with food security. Programming covers factors for older adults with increased risk of food insecurity compared to those who are food secure. The course connects the link between food security and chronic long-term disease risk and helps healthcare professionals design strategies and models applying to older patients.
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Food Security - Food Banks and Medically Tailored Meals: The module provides definitions of food security in vulnerable populations as well as the link between food security and chronic long-term disease risk.  Students review current research on the impact of food banks, the built environment and medically tailored meals.
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