Don’t miss Lifestyle Medicine 2016!

CPDThe conference will feature practical workshops designed for doctors and allied health practitioners practising as a multidisciplinary team, blended with a cutting-edge scientific program with a focus on translational research, and an ‘Innovation & Enterprise’ health policy future think tank resulting in a consensus statement to be released to local and international media.


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An evening with Dr David Katz

Lifestyle, environment and chronic disease: a confluence of causes

A memorable evening was held on 11 August 2016 with Dr David Katz (President, American College of Lifestyle Medicine), Anja Taylor (Catalyst, ABC TV), Prof Stephen Simpson (Academic Director, Charles Perkins Centre), Dr Joanna McMillan (Get Lean) and Prof Garry Egger (Southern Cross University).

Co-hosted by the Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine and the Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney.

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Be a champion for Lifestyle Medicine

The Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine (ASLM), is a multidisciplinary society of medical practitioners, allied health practitioners, public health professionals, educators and researchers advancing Lifestyle Medicine.

Lifestyle Medicine is a rapidly growing discipline with numerous colleges and societies around the world working together to reduce the burden of chronic and lifestyle related disease, strongly led by the American College of Lifestyle Medicine (ACLM), the European Lifestyle Medicine Organisation (ELMO), and ASLM in Australasia.

Be part of the solution and become a champion for Lifestyle Medicine. You’ll feel at home in our energetic, resourceful and creative multidisciplinary society.

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Reinvigorate your practice & passion

Managing and reversing chronic disease in clinical practice

A one day practical CPD workshop in Lifestyle Medicine

Coming soon!

CPDKicking off ASLM’s series of practical clinical workshops is this one day, “everything you ever wanted to know about Lifestyle Medicine and how to put it into practice” seminar, focused on giving you the knowledge and tools to improve both patient outcomes and your own practitioner satisfaction.

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Free online tools


The Diet, Activity and Behaviour Questionnaire (DAB-Q) is a battery of five short on-line questionnaires to help determine the best weight loss strategies for you.

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Ideal weight calculator

Overcome the problems of BMI with a body fat and weight score using this unique formula.

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Shared Medical Appointments

Shared Medical Appointments or SMAs (also called ‘Group Visits’) are a revolutionary way of managing chronic disease in primary care.

They are, “A series of consecutive individual medical consultations in a supportive group setting where all can listen, interact, and learn.” As such an SMA is a both an individual consultation and a group education session.

SMAs involve a doctor, a facilitator – usually an allied health professional – who directs the 60-90 minute sessions and manages group dynamics, and 6-12 patients at a time.  If you’re frustrated with the limitations of 1:1 consulting, SMAs are for you – and for your patients.

Become a Registered SMA Facilitator by attending a one day training course and followup assessment.  ASLM provides an ongoing support structure for GPs and Facilitators trained in the ASLM SMA protocol.  Training dates have been announced.

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The ASLM Fellowship

The ASLM Fellowship is arguably the first fully multidisciplinary fellowship in Australasia, open to all full members of the society – which means GPs and medical specialists, all other AHPRA registered practitioners, suitably qualified allied health professionals, public health professionals, scientists, researchers and educators in lifestyle medicine related fields.

Read more about the conceptual framework, recognition of prior learning, grandfather period, and eligibility requirements.

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An eating plan for people & planet

A guide for improving health and the environment in the modern world based on recent scientific findings relating to the body’s evolved reaction to certain foods.

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Lifestyle Medicine

Lifestyle Medicine bridges the gap between health promotion and conventional medicine and promotes a multidisciplinary, multi-system approach. As a discipline, Lifestyle Medicine sits at the intersection of medicine, healthcare and health policy with behavioural, social, environmental, socioeconomic, political and other factors impacting on health and wellbeing.

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About ASLM

ASLM advocates for Lifestyle Medicine and provides representation, education, training and support for doctors, allied health practitioners, public health professionals, researchers and educators in their practice of Lifestyle Medicine. ASLM is also an active member of a cohesive and collaborative global Lifestyle Medicine movement.

About ASLM

Become a member

We warmly invite you to be part of an energetic, resourceful and creative multidisciplinary society advancing Lifestyle Medicine.  Get access to the latest information and resources, and participate in an active, supportive community of health professionals focused on improving the health and wellbeing of Australians and New Zealanders.

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