Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine 2016 Conference Day 1

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Selected lectures recorded during day 1 of the Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine 2016 Conference. Free access for ASLM Day 1 delegates. Click on Watch Now and enter your email address in the new window and click REDEEM.

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Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine 2016 Conference Day 1

Selected lectures recorded during day 1 of the Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine 2016 Conference. Free access for ASLM Day 1 delegates. Click on Watch Now and enter your email address in the new window and click REDEEM.

Would you like to listen to these lectures (and many more) while commuting?

Why don't you subscribe to the Armchair Medical lecture library. It contains over 1,000 additional lectures, it's free to trial and as a ASLM guests can receive a 33% discount on the first 12 months of membership if you choose to continue. (pay only $16.75 US per month for the first 12 months - cancel at any time)

To subscribe to all 1,000 + lectures enter the coupon code ASLM33 when you join http://www.armchairmedical.tv/?code=ASLM33

Also once you subscribe you get FREE access to the Armchair Medical Apps, these allow you to download any lecture to your mobile device, so you can watch it on a plane or listen to it while driving or exercising.

About Armchair Medical: Our motto is The Best GP Lectures. Anywhere.

We aim to record the very best General Practice CPD lectures we can find and make them available to GPs wherever they live. Our Mobile Apps allow you to download lectures to your phone or tablet and take anywhere, our website has been designed for ease of use and integrates with Chromecast and Apple TV to allow lectures to be streamed to your TV.

Trial it free of charge for a week at http://www.armchairmedical.tv/?code=ASLM33, then if you choose to continue, your special ASLM code will save you 33% off the normal subscription fee for the next 12 months.

29 Videos

  • Obesity: underpinnings, mechanisms and influences Prof Stephan Rössner

    38m · Downloadable

  • The Cretan Mediterranean diet in the prevention and management of cardiovascular diseases and diabetes Prof Catherine Itsiopoulos

    31m · Downloadable

  • Abstract: Physical movement as healthy lifestyle attitude among Italian medical school students Dr Luigi Maselli et al

    5m 15s · Downloadable

  • Abstract: The cross-sectional association between core grain intakes with fibre and anthropometric measures among Australian adults Dr Flavia Fayet-Moore et al

    8m 43s · Downloadable

  • Lifestyle intervention with focus on diet, nutrition and physical activity. Panel Discussion 1

    28m · Downloadable

  • An integrated approach to wellbeing - including exercise, sleep, dietary composition, meal timing and behavior change strategies Paul Taylor

    38m · Downloadable

  • Intermittent fasting: an effective method of reducing inflammation and chronic disease Sally Mathrick

    25m · Downloadable

  • Abstract: A simple tool for non-dietetic health care practitioners to write a meal plan for patients in a standard 15 minute consultation Dr Tri Cao

    9m 30s · Downloadable

  • Lifestyle intervention with focus on diet, nutrition and physical activity Panel Discussion 2

    22m · Downloadable

  • Habit formation for patient activation Kim Poyner RN

    21m · Downloadable

  • Tai Chi: an ideal evidence-based approach for physical and mental health Dr Paul Lam

    19m · Downloadable

  • Abstract: Depression and inflammation: Tumeric and saffron as potential treatment options Danielle Fairbrother et al

    12m · Downloadable

  • Lifestyle intervention with focus on psychosocial factors.Panel Discussion

    8m 2s · Downloadable

  • Bush Medicine: The social, environmental and cultural context of health in aboriginal communities Dr James Read

    36m · Downloadable

  • Using your personality to support health behavior change Dr Liana Lianov

    21m · Downloadable

  • Abstract: Practical interventions to increase physical and psychological health from a psychologist and fitness trainer Mr Simon Matthews

    12m · Downloadable

  • Abstract: Beyond the biopsychosocial model: restoring body, mind and spirit Dr Kevin Coleman

    10m · Downloadable

  • Lifestyle intervention with focus on psychosocial factors.Panel Discussion 2

    12m · Downloadable

  • Nutrigenomics: reshaping the lifestyle medicine landscape Dr Christine Houghton

    21m · Downloadable

  • The Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) a brief history and the research Dr Paul Rankin

    24m · Downloadable

  • Lifestyle change: essential elements for health and well-being Adj A/Prof Sanjay Raghav

    18m · Downloadable

  • Abstract: The merged REFLECT/Complete health Improvement Program (CHIP) in the South Pacific – a pilot study Dr Lillian Kent et al

    10m · Downloadable

  • Abstract: A community-based lifestyle intervention targeting Type II Diabetes risk factors in an Australian aboriginal population: a feasibility study Paul Rankin et al

    6m 5s · Downloadable

  • Abstract: Healthy Start Workforce Project: Supporting health practitioners as agents of change Susan Miller & Mary Cavanagh

    9m 57s · Downloadable

  • Lifestyle intervention: evidence, application and emerging trends Panel Discussion

    8m 27s · Downloadable

  • Welcome to country and official opening Dr Caroline West (MC), A/Prof John Stevens (MC) and Dr Hamish Meldrum (President ASLM)

    12m · Downloadable

  • Lifestyle Medicine: Past, Present, and Future Dr George E Guthrie (President ACLM)

    31m · Downloadable

  • Nutrigenomics: Do our genes determine what we should eat? Prof Ahmed El-Sohemy

    32m · Downloadable

  • Moving prevention policies on chronic diseases forward in Australia Prof Maximilian de Courten

    25m · Downloadable

You'll receive the following videos

  1. Obesity: underpinnings, mechanisms and influences Prof Stephan Rössner

    38m · Downloadable

  2. The Cretan Mediterranean diet in the prevention and management of cardiovascular diseases and diabetes Prof Catherine Itsiopoulos

    31m · Downloadable

  3. Abstract: Physical movement as healthy lifestyle attitude among Italian medical school students Dr Luigi Maselli et al

    5m 15s · Downloadable

  4. Abstract: The cross-sectional association between core grain intakes with fibre and anthropometric measures among Australian adults Dr Flavia Fayet-Moore et al

    8m 43s · Downloadable

  5. Lifestyle intervention with focus on diet, nutrition and physical activity. Panel Discussion 1

    28m · Downloadable

  6. An integrated approach to wellbeing - including exercise, sleep, dietary composition, meal timing and behavior change strategies Paul Taylor

    38m · Downloadable

  7. Intermittent fasting: an effective method of reducing inflammation and chronic disease Sally Mathrick

    25m · Downloadable

  8. Abstract: A simple tool for non-dietetic health care practitioners to write a meal plan for patients in a standard 15 minute consultation Dr Tri Cao

    9m 30s · Downloadable

  9. Lifestyle intervention with focus on diet, nutrition and physical activity Panel Discussion 2

    22m · Downloadable

  10. Habit formation for patient activation Kim Poyner RN

    21m · Downloadable

  11. Tai Chi: an ideal evidence-based approach for physical and mental health Dr Paul Lam

    19m · Downloadable

  12. Abstract: Depression and inflammation: Tumeric and saffron as potential treatment options Danielle Fairbrother et al

    12m · Downloadable

  13. Lifestyle intervention with focus on psychosocial factors.Panel Discussion

    8m 2s · Downloadable

  14. Bush Medicine: The social, environmental and cultural context of health in aboriginal communities Dr James Read

    36m · Downloadable

  15. Using your personality to support health behavior change Dr Liana Lianov

    21m · Downloadable

  16. Abstract: Practical interventions to increase physical and psychological health from a psychologist and fitness trainer Mr Simon Matthews

    12m · Downloadable

  17. Abstract: Beyond the biopsychosocial model: restoring body, mind and spirit Dr Kevin Coleman

    10m · Downloadable

  18. Lifestyle intervention with focus on psychosocial factors.Panel Discussion 2

    12m · Downloadable

  19. Nutrigenomics: reshaping the lifestyle medicine landscape Dr Christine Houghton

    21m · Downloadable

  20. The Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) a brief history and the research Dr Paul Rankin

    24m · Downloadable

  21. Lifestyle change: essential elements for health and well-being Adj A/Prof Sanjay Raghav

    18m · Downloadable

  22. Abstract: The merged REFLECT/Complete health Improvement Program (CHIP) in the South Pacific – a pilot study Dr Lillian Kent et al

    10m · Downloadable

  23. Abstract: A community-based lifestyle intervention targeting Type II Diabetes risk factors in an Australian aboriginal population: a feasibility study Paul Rankin et al

    6m 5s · Downloadable

  24. Abstract: Healthy Start Workforce Project: Supporting health practitioners as agents of change Susan Miller & Mary Cavanagh

    9m 57s · Downloadable

  25. Lifestyle intervention: evidence, application and emerging trends Panel Discussion

    8m 27s · Downloadable

  26. Welcome to country and official opening Dr Caroline West (MC), A/Prof John Stevens (MC) and Dr Hamish Meldrum (President ASLM)

    12m · Downloadable

  27. Lifestyle Medicine: Past, Present, and Future Dr George E Guthrie (President ACLM)

    31m · Downloadable

  28. Nutrigenomics: Do our genes determine what we should eat? Prof Ahmed El-Sohemy

    32m · Downloadable

  29. Moving prevention policies on chronic diseases forward in Australia Prof Maximilian de Courten

    25m · Downloadable