Learning Modules

Foundations of NEM (Part 1)

Learning Modules

Foundations of NEM (Part 1)

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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.

About the course

  • Foundational training in clinical nutrition
  • An introduction to environmental medicine
  • Designed for GP’s, registrars, pharmacists, nurses and other graduate healthcare professionals
  • Flexible on-demand online learning
  • Provides guidance for medical practitioners looking to integrate their NEM knowledge and skills into practice

Speakers include:

  • Dr Nicole Nelson
  • Dr Sandeep Gupta
  • Dr Michelle Woolhouse
  • Dr Jason Hawrelak
  • Rachel Arthur


*access valid for 4 months. Extended time is available for purchase at a small fee

Part 1

  • Introduction to the gastrointestinal system and the microbiome, functional pathology, testing & case studies
  • Macronutrients & an anti-inflammatory diet
  • Functional clinical assessment
  • Comparing Dietary Approaches
  • Micronutrients
  • Mental Health: biochemical pathways, methylation & pyrroles
  • Cardiometabolic Conditions
  • NEM Practice; what you need to know –Medicare, PBS and prescribing, Q&A –practice models

View Foundations of NEM Part 2 here

View Foundations of NEM Part 1 & 2 here

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