The American College of Preventive Medicine is a professional society for physicians dedicated to prevention. ACPM provides leadership in research, professional education, development of public policy, and enhancement of standards of preventive medicine for and on behalf of our members.
Preventive medicine is practiced by all physicians to keep their patients healthy. Preventive medicine specialists are trained in both clinical medicine and public health, and are equipped to understand and reduce the risks of disease, disability, and death in individuals and in population groups.
ACPM is hosting a free webinar on an Introduction to Culinary Medicine for physicians and clinicians on May 4, 12pm EST. This pilot event is a first look at the course that will become an elective for the Lifestyle Medicine Core Competencies Program. Participants will be able to speak directly with course faculty and ask questions as part of a live, interactive session. As this webinar is piloting new material, constructive feedback from participants is critical for final edits and improvements. Free CME/MOC credit is also available for attendees.
ACPM has issued a press release stating "The American Health Care Act (AHCA), legislation introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives to repeal and replace the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), does not align with the consensus-based recommendations of the American College of Preventive Medicine (ACPM)."
AMA Profiles on Preventive Medicine Specialists
March 8, 2017
The American Medical Association, as part of AMA Wire's "Shadow Me" series, published profiles on ACPM President Dan Blumenthal and ACPM President-Elect Bob Carr describing their work as preventive medicine specialists. The profiles delve into their (a)typical days and how working in preventive medicine and public health has continued to challenge and excite them.
ACPM and the Council for Diabetes Prevention invite you to participate in the March Webinar Series on the National Diabetes Prevention Program. Webinars will explore the program's history and evidence base, coverage by Medicare and other providers, and implementation steps and advice for physicians. A free registration is required to participate.
Join us this summer in Baltimore for this one-of-a-kind opportunity to prepare for the American Board of Preventive Medicine (ABPM) certification examination. The course features a comprehensive review of the ABPM study guide for individuals seeking certification or re-certification in preventive medicine.
The Preventive Medicine 2017 conference theme is "Achieving Health Equity through Prevention." The annual meeting will explore the many ways we are working to achieve health equity through the diverse programs that are encompassed by the specialty of preventive medicine and public health.
Developed by ACPM and ACLM, the Lifestyle Medicine Core Competencies Program is an evidence-based online program designed to provide a comprehensive foundation for doctors as well as nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, dietitians, health coaches, and other allied health professionals with an interest in learning the basic foundational principles of lifestyle medicine. Maintenance of Certification (MOC) is available for select medical specialties.
American College of Preventive Medicine
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