(2020) Prescribing Lifestyle Medicine Online
Thank you for joining us for Prescribing Lifestyle Medicine Online Event – Friday 13th November – Thursday 19th November
The course consists of a mixture of recorded lectures, research paper links, emails, interactions and workshop/case study tasks via a closed Facebook Group and 2 x live sessions.
We are spacing this online event over the course of a week to allow you to work through the materials at your own pace at a time that suits you.
Friday 13th November – we will release all of the pre-recorded lectures here. You can then work through these at your own pace, over the weekend, on your lunch breaks, in the evenings, whenever suits you. Please note: there are 6 lectures of 45 minutes, so we recommend completing one or two a day as a minimum.
Monday 16th November – Our first LIVE webinar at 7:30pm-8pm by Dr Ayan Panja introducing the course and setting the scene for the next 5 days of interactions. Attendance is expected, but will be recorded and uploaded here if you’re unable to attend.
Tuesday 17th November – Wednesday 18th November – Daily emails reviewing each of the lectures, summarising the information and links to multiple choice questionnaires to confirm your understanding and learning. Discussion group links and an opportunity to pre-submit questions for Live Q and A
Friday 19th November – The LIVE webinar at 2-5pm will deliver the final part of the course live with all Speakers, led by Dr Ayan Panja including Dr Rangan Chatterjee and Michael Ash. There will be breakout rooms in small virtual groups in order to discuss case studies and a Live Question and Answer sessions. Attendance to this Q and A is encouraged, all the presentations will be recorded.
Important note: all video presentations and recordings of webinars will be removed on 31st December 2020. We will allow you to continue to access the presentation slides and research papers for an indefinite period.
PLM Fair Dealing and Fair Use Statement
The education and allied materials provided through the Prescribing Lifestyle Medicine Course (PLM)are covered by various copyrights and we (the organisers of PLM) ask that in using these that you respect the ‘Fair Dealing & Fair Use’ principles. PLM requires that you only copy ‘as much of our work as is necessary for the purpose’ and copying‘must not impact on our rights holders’ legitimate exploitation of our work’. In summary we ask that you do not use the course materials for any commercial gain or present these in a way that is altered from the original format. Copies can be printed to share with medical colleagues, but we request that you do not store the materials on networks with shared access or present this material to third parties without adequate acknowledgement of the source and course