"Lifestyle Medicine is the most progressive movement in healthcare. Today, 80% of patient consultations and moments of care are about lifestyle related disorders."

John Stevens

Registered Nurse and Health Sociologist

Study Lifestyle Medicine


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Master of Lifestyle Medicine

The Master of Lifestyle Medicine is designed for health practitioners working in general medicine, allied health, nursing or other health disciplines who wish to develop skills and knowledge in the specialised field of lifestyle medicine. 

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Why study Lifestyle Medicine at the National Centre?

Professional accreditation

Graduates are automatically eligible for a Fellowship of the Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine (FASLM)*

International recognition

Aligns with competencies of the International Board of Lifestyle Medicine and the Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine.

Expert teaching and course design

Developed and taught by recognised leaders in the field of Lifestyle Medicine.

*To be eligible for an ASLM Fellowship, graduates of the MLifestyleMed degree must also hold a bachelor degree qualification in a relevant health discipline. More information about ASLM Fellowships can be found at lifestylemedicine.org.au/fellowship.

Meet our experts

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Professor Garry Egger

Teaching Academic

Garry is known around the world as one of the pioneers of Lifestyle Medicine. He is an Advisor to the World Health Organisation and several Government and corporate bodies in chronic disease prevention.

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A/Prof John Stevens

Teaching Academic

John is a health sociologist, Registered Nurse, founding member of ASLM and director of a number of companies engaged in health education and research, working closely with Primary Health Networks.

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Carrie Thomson-Casey

Teaching Academic

Carrie is a Clinical Psychologist with qualifications in naturopathy and nutrition. Carrie’s research focuses on integrative mental health interventions, like nutrition, herbal medicine and evidence based complementary medicines, to improve mental health outcomes.

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Gareth Vanderhope

Teaching Scholar

Gareth is an author, naturopath and accredited practising dietitian with over ten years of health care experience. As a teaching scholar, Gareth creates rich learning experiences with a focus on holistic, evidence-based practice.

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