Funding Available for FQHC Physicians to Become Certified in Lifestyle Medicine

At a 2022 White House conference, the American College of Lifestyle Medicine (ACLM) made a $24.1 Million commitment to improving nutrition training for medical professionals. Their upcoming National Training Initiative is part of that effort. It offers scholarships for one primary care physician at every FQHC to become certified in lifestyle medicine. Learn more or express interest on ACLM’s site. ACLM also offers a free CME/CE-accredited course on prescribing nutrition — using food as medicine — and other lifestyle modalities. Visit ACLM’s site for information or to register. Up to 5.5 CME/CE available.

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