Join us for a clinician’s Forum on integrating

Lifestyle Medicine into your PRactice!

November 22, 2019 - 6 pm - 8:30 pm

Blair Education Center, Park City Hospital


Chronic diseases are the leading causes of death, disability, and health care expenditures in the United States. Fortunately, it is estimated that more than 80% of all these chronic diseases could be avoided through the adoption of a healthy lifestyle. Most healthcare providers, however, were not clinically trained in Lifestyle Medicine, especially as it pertains to nutrition. There is especially fascinating research on the overall health and ecological benefits of a whole food plant-based diet, with demonstrated benefits in the prevention and reversal of heart disease (our #1 killer), diabetes, some forms of cancer, obesity, and other chronic conditions. This year, prior to our symposium, we’re hosting a clinician’s forum open to all healthcare providers interested in integrating evidence-based nutrition into their medical practice. Click below for full agenda and to learn more. CME credits will be offered through the University of Utah. (3 CME credits for Friday’s Clinician’s forum, and 5 CME credits for Saturday’s Symposium.)