Unit description

Builds on the units CMM03254 - Introduction to Lifestyle Medicine, CMM03256 - Motivation and Compliance in Lifestyle Medicine and CMM03257 - Psychological and Environmental Influences in Lifestyle Medicine and the key skills of evidence-based research and reflective practice to incorporate the approaches of lifestyle medicine within students' professional practice.

Unit content

Topic 1: Behavioural biology of lifestyle-based aetiologies
Topic 2: The positive psychology movement
Topic 3: Working with allied health professionals
Topic 4: Medication: getting the right balance
Topic 5: Examining 'medial' causes: reducing common injuries
Topic 6: Examining 'distal' causes: taking lifestyle medicine into the community.

Learning outcomes

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Learning outcomes and graduate attributes

Prescribed texts

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Teaching and assessment

Online

Teaching method
Structured online learning (12 weeks)
Assessment
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