Diploma In Culinary Medicine
Nutrition and lifestyle medicine represents an important part of the healthcare picture. It represents that very thing that we can do for ourselves. The way in which we can actively engage in our own healthcare. This represents the opportunity for people to play a significant role in their health destiny. The problem is, people need to be empowered with information that is accurate. That is evidence based. That is useable. That is practical. That is relevant to them.
We need more people that are trained in Nutritional Science that can work in different ways to be there as a guide for people who need to make change. To support people in their healthcare journeys, and to be champions of this profession.
This course was created as there was clear need for an intermediary. Not the practitioner that is in the clinic helping get to the bottom of the patients unique medical circumstances. But a person who can have sufficient knowledge to understand what these needs and issues are, and that can help the patient make significant meaningful change in their day to day life.
With the new NHS investment in social prescribing, there is a whole new level of opportunities for our graduates.
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Accredited by the Complementary Medical Association. Upon completion students can immediately become a member of The CMA and use the title MCMA. They can also directly enter The CMA insurance scheme to gain insurance to work.
The Federation of Nutritional Therapy Practitioners has accredited the diploma under short course status and has awarded it 5 CPD points.
We are currently working with BANT the British Association for Nutritional Therapy and Lifestyle Medicine to gain several levels of accreditation - short course, CPD and two very exciting developments which will be the first of their kind ever for a course like this.