The ACNEM Foundations of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (NEM) course is the entry-point for GPs and other healthcare professionals wanting to learn about Nutritional and Environmental Medicine.
Maintaining health through nutrition and lifestyle, including environmental influences is key to leading a life free from chronic illness.1
The course consists of two modules – Part 1 and Part 2 available to be completed online. Each module is equivalent to two days of training (i.e. four days in total).
On completion of both modules, the pre- and post-training activities and quiz, a Certificate of Completion is awarded. The course features presentations from highly experienced national and international clinicians.
This upcoming module being released on-demand on 26 May 2022 is Part 2 of the course, and features:
- Foundational training in clinical nutrition
- An introduction to environmental medicine
- Designed for GP’s and other graduate healthcare professionals
- Content is delivered by experienced clinicians
- Flexible on-demand online learning
- Provides guidance for medical and health practitioners looking to integrate their NEM knowledge and skills into practice
Join leading environmental and nutritional medicine experts to learn how to adopt a preventive approach to reducing the long-term impact of chronic illness.
Special offer: if you sign up for Foundations of NEM full course you can get access to Part 1 & Part 2 now, plus we will give you access to this new version of Part 2 as soon as it is released.
Act now and register for this training below!
Dr Caitlin O’Mahony (MC)
MBBS, DRANZCOG, FRACGP
ACNEM Board Member Dr Caitlin O’Mahony graduated from medicine at The University of Melbourne in 2008. Since then she has worked in hospitals and GP clinics in Melbourne, Queensland and the Northern Territory. She is currently working at a GP Clinic in Beaumaris, Melbourne. Dr O’Mahony has been passionate about ...View More