Medical Students as a Key Partner in the

Medical Students as a Key Partner in the

Medical Students as a Key Partner in the Co-creation of Evidence-Based Lifestyle Medicine Medical School Education June 21, 2016 Edward M. Phillips, M.D. Co-Founder Lifestyle Medicine Education Collaborative Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School

Panelists: Rachele Pojednic, PhD- Harvard Medical School Lifestyle Medicine Interest Group Richard Joseph, MD, MBA- Stanford Medical School Jonathan Bonnet, MD- American College of Lifestyle Medicine: Professionals in Training What is LMEd? The Lifestyle Medicine Education Collaborative (LMEd) offers leadership, guidance and resources to advance the adoption and implementation of lifestyle medicine

curricula throughout medical education. 4 What is LMEd? Our Vision Lifestyle Medicine will become an integral component of medical school curricula. 5

What is LMEd? Our Mission To provide an array of evidence-based curricular resources to be adopted throughout medical education for the prevention and treatment of lifestyle-related diseases. Medical schools will utilize this array of resources to provide core curricula, lifestyle medicine competencies integrated into existing curricula, additional electives, rotations and scholarly concentrations.

6 LMEd Core Team Eddie Phillips, MD Jennifer L. Trilk, Ph.D. Co-founder, LMEd Assistant Professor, USC School of Medicine, Greenville 10 years examining the benefits of Lifestyle Medicine in clinical populations

(Obesity, Type 2 Diabetes, SCI) Co-founder, LMEd Founder, Institute of Lifestyle Medicine Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School Dennis Muscato, MS Rani Polak, MD

Rachele Pojednic, PhD Lifestyle Medicine in Medical Schools: Strategic Collaborations College of Osteopathic Medicine of the PacificNorthwest, Western University of Health Sciences Research fellow

Harvard Medical School Program Director, Chef Coaching Program, Institute of lifestyle Medicine 10-year experience in Medical Education & Culinary Medicine Assistant Professor

Nutrition, Simmons College Research Fellow, Harvard Medical School Professor, Nutrition & Physical Activity, Harvard Extension School Sarah Hawkins LMEd Project Coordinator

Cortney Easterling and team Marketing and Communications Lynn Crespo, PhD 25 years in Medical Curriculum Design Consultant and UME curriculum content

expert 7 Represented Organizations/Institutions

Ardmore Institute of Health Association of American Medical Colleges American College of Lifestyle Medicine American College of Sports Medicine/ Exercise is Medicine American College of Preventive Medicine

American Council on Exercise American Medical Student Association

Bipartisan Policy Center Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation LevelSmart Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine National Board of Medical Examiners National Coalition for Promoting Physical Activity NextGenU Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the

Pacific 8 Focus on Undergraduate Medical Education Lifestyle medicine (LM) curricula reform in undergraduate medical education (UME) is a logical, critical, and strategic step to alter the preventive care landscape. Phillips EM. Med Educ Online. 2015 Feb 3;20:26150 9

LMEd Strategies 1. High quality curricular material on an easily navigable website. 2. Solicit the support of medical school deans, critical administration and faculty. 3. Develop State and Federal Policy 4. Assessment (testing) 10

LMEd Strategies 5. Train and support medical students to be effective champions of Lifestyle Medicine whose engagement with the curriculum will lead to increased adoption within medical schools and enhanced collaboration nationally. 11

Harvard Medical School, Lifestyle Medicine Interest Group: Rachele Pojednic 12 Stanford Medical School LM Elective: Rich Joseph, MD ORTHO 220: Introduction to Lifestyle Medicine (ORTHO 120) Lifestyle medicine is an exciting new movement to empower practicing clinicians and aspiring physicians to facilitate behavioral change and

promote a culture of health and wellness in patients. Focus is on both concrete, evidence-based findings and tangible, practical tools to readily translate into everyday clinical practice. A series of leading experts and guest lectures guide students through interactive, patient-focused activities in topics including, but not limited to: nutrition, exercise, sleep, motivational interviewing, meditation, and acupuncture. Students enrolling for 2 units use a fitness and lifestyle monitoring wristband and prepare a report on your results. Terms: Aut | Units: 1-2 | Repeatable for credit | Grading: Medical Satisfactory/No Credit

13 Lifestyle Medicine Longitudinal Pillar at USCSOM Greenville What is LMEd? 15 16

17 LM - Undergraduate Medical Education 18 Optimal Wellness Western University COMP-Northwest llness

19 Why Lifestyle Medicine education? 20 21 Lifestyle Medicine education continuum 22

American College of Lifestyle Medicine: Professionals-In-Training; Jon Bonnet, MD . 23 Webinar Series, May-September 2016

Lifestyle Medicine Education Collaborative Mentoring Assisting Medical Schools in Lifestyle Medicine Student Education Tuesday, August 16 @ 2pm EDT LMEd Partners with AAMCs MedEdPORTAL to Provide Evidence-Based Lifestyle Medicine Tuesday, Sept 20 @ 2pm EDT 24

LMEd Summit ( 25 LMEd Sign Up via Text Text LMEd to 444999 to stay in touch and Join The Movement.

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