Healthy Kitchens, Healthy Lives

February 5 – 7, 2020

Why attend

Conference attendees not only are exposed to the latest systematic reviews of nutrition science, they also taste, prepare, and learn to teach others to enjoy a broad selection of foods that can reduce disease risk and, ideally, replace unhealthy habits throughout a lifetime.

Participants have the opportunity to learn about, taste, and prepare foods in The Culinary Institute of America at Copia Teaching Kitchens under the direction of professional chef educators.
 
Meals served throughout the course are an intrinsic part of the curriculum. Attendees gather in this celebrated facility in one of the most magical landscapes in the United States to learn how to communicate concepts of healthy food selection and preparation to their patients and clients.
 
Due to the interactive, hands-on nature of the program, space is very limited and early registration is highly recommended.

Read about conference learning objectives.


Tuition

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General Registration: This rate is available to physicians and other healthcare professionals.

If you do not fit within this category, please contact Shara Orem (shara.orem@culinary.edu) for information on how you and your company can participate in Healthy Kitchens, Healthy Lives as general registration is only open to those categories. We have several levels of opportunities for academic grants and exhibitors, which we would love to discuss with your organization. In order to stage programs like this, we need the support of organizations that recognize the value of these activities for the advancement of our industry.

Please note, due to the interactive nature of the hands-on training in kitchen facilities used in this course, enrollment must be limited to the first 380 registrants. It is highly recommended that you pay by credit card at the same time you complete the registration form online. You are not confirmed on the course attendee list until payment has been received.


2020 Cancellation Policy:

  • Cancellations on or before November 4, 2019: Receive your registration fee refund minus a $225 cancellation fee

  • Cancellations made between November 5, 2019 and January 5, 2020: Receive a 50% refund on your registration fee

  • Cancellations made after January 6, 2020: No refunds or substitutions available

  • Up to 3 months in advance of the conference (November 4, 2019), we will accept a conference cancellation and refund all but a $225 administrative processing fee. Between 3 months and 30 days prior to the start of the conference (November 5, 2019 - January 5, 2020), we will refund 50% of your conference fee. Unfortunately, there are no refunds or substitutions possible within 30 or fewer days (after January 6, 2020) before the start date of the conference. This is due to the complex nature of workshop registration and meal planning that must take place in advance. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding in this matter.  Cancellation policies are "for any and all reasons.”


Your registration may be transferred to a colleague within the same registration category for a $150 administrative transfer fee.

All requests for substitutions or cancellations must be made in writing.

Transfer Policy: