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A Continuing Medical Education (CME) Conference Bridging Nutrition Science, Healthcare, and the Culinary Arts

Napa, California
February 5 – 7, 2020

 

About Healthy Kitchens, Healthy Lives

An annual gathering of physicians, registered dietitian nutritionists, nurses and other healthcare professionals; hospital, insurance, and other healthcare executives, and healthcare foodservice directors and executive chefs is held every year at The Culinary Institute of America at Copia in Napa Valley, California. Read more >>

Program Schedule  

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. Find more information about the program schedule. Read more >>

Presenters

During this three-day conference, faculty members from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Harvard Medical School, and other leading institutions present the current research on diet, nutrition, and lifestyle choices as they affect health. See who will be presenting and read their biographies. Read more >>

While we begin with the science of which food we should eat more of and which we should eat less of, we then translate nutrition science with the best chef educators at The Culinary Institute of America.
— David Eisenberg, MD, Harvard Medical School and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

The goal of Healthy Kitchens, Healthy Lives
is to transform attendees into advocates and role models
for healthy food and lifestyle choices.

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Some of our World-Class 2019 Presenters


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About The Teaching Kitchen Collaborative

The Teaching Kitchen Collaborative evolved out of the Healthy Kitchens, Healthy Lives conference. Launched in 2016, the Teaching Kitchen Collaborative (TKC) is an invitational network of thought leading organizations using teaching kitchen facilities as catalysts of enhanced personal and public health across medical, corporate, school, and community settings. The Teaching Kitchen Collaborative’s mission is to enable early adopters to learn about each other’s facilities and educational programs, to develop best practices for reproducing and scaling various models and programs, and to explore the creation of a research network to assess the clinical, behavioral, and financial impact of recommended best practices.

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