The Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine’s (ACNEM) training and formal education pathway provides practitioners with structured training in nutritional and environmental medicine.
These post-graduate courses cover key nutritional, environmental and biochemical factors that influence health and wellbeing. Courses are specifically designed to meet the needs of medical doctors and other healthcare professionals who would like to integrate nutritional and environmental principles into daily practice.
Specialised learning modules can be undertaken individually or as part of the formal structure certification levels.
Courses are offered in a variety of styles: face-to-face, online, or a blended learning style incorporating both online and face-to-face content. Face-to-face training is offered across Australia and New Zealand three times each year and is facilitated by experienced medical doctors and other experts in specialised fields. All face-to-face modules include pre and post activities and an online quiz.
Online participants are provided access to content for a three-month period for each module and are required to undertake a number of activities to obtain a certificate of completion. These activities include prescribed reading, pre-disposing and reflective activities, as well as a short online quiz. Participants are fully supported by our dedicated and qualified online facilitator.
Alongside individual learning modules, we offer a more formal education pathway that provides practitioners with structured training to gain ACNEM Fellowship. Fellowship is the highest level of education recognizing extensive training, knowledge and skill in Nutritional and Environmental Medicine. Learn more about Fellowship
ACNEM is a CPD education provider under the RACGP CPD Program with CPD points allocated to most training programs. ACRRM, RNZCGP and CPD/CME points from other professional organisations may also be available.