Nutrition & Health: State of the Science and Clinical Applications is the premier nutrition conference for health professionals in the U.S. Presented by Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine, the conference assembles internationally-recognized researchers, clinicians, educators, and chefs, all of whose work focuses on the interface between nutrition and healthful living.
You will leave understanding the links between nutrition, disease and health to better advise patients on nutritional recommendations that improve their conditions.
Great value for professional development:
Taste delicious and healthful meals based on dietary recommendations and anti-inflammatory guidelines. Meals are organic, sustainable and increasingly sourced locally.
While receiving credit for your professional development, you will get expert, applicable and timely information not covered at other conferences.
Learn from and alongside like-minded professionals who realize the value of an integrative approach to medicine.
Why Join Us?
Gain exposure to more than 800 health professionals who make nutrition recommendations as part of their clinical practice
Establish your company/organization as an advocate for good nutrition and health practices within a growing section of the health community
Meet and build relationships with leading nutrition experts from across the nation and world
Learn about the latest on nutrition research and practices directly from the experts
About Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine:
The Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine is leading the transformation of health care by creating, educating, and actively supporting a community that embodies the philosophy and practice of healing-oriented medicine, addressing mind, body and spirit. The Center was founded in 1994 by Dr. Andrew Weil, and has focused its efforts in three domains: education, clinical care and research. The Center was built upon the premise that the best way to change a field is to educate the most gifted professionals and place them in settings where they can, in turn, teach others.