Lifestyle Medicine 2019 Awards: ASLM Fellowship and Scientific Abstracts

We are delighted to formally announce the following individuals who comprise some of the latest cohort of dedicated Lifestyle Medicine professionals to be awarded the ASLM Fellowship.

Pictured from left: Fellowship awardees at Lifestyle Medicine 2019, and Dr Sam Manger (ASLM President)

  • Margarete Ezinwa (Family/Preventative Medicine Physician)
  • Malcolm Mackay (GP)
  • Stephen Myers (Medical Doctor, Research Professor)
  • Julie Higgins (Counsellor, RN, Health & Wellness Coach)
  • Cherelle Fitzclarence (GP)
  • Denise Powell (GP)
  • Jenny Brockis (Medical Doctor)
  • Lee Yew Hoong (Medical Doctor)
  • Michelle Reiss (GP)
  • Lawrence Loh (GP)
  • Jonathan Hoar (GP)
  • Richard Gee (GP)
  • Patterson Stark (Chiropractor)
  • Solange Adad (GP)
  • Tri Tuyen Cao (GP)

About the ASLM Fellowship

Are you a GP, specialist, public health professional, allied health practitioner, health researcher or academic? Do you have education or training in nutrition, exercise science, behaviour change, chronic disease management, health policy, or other experience in Lifestyle Medicine?

The ASLM Fellowship is the first fully multidisciplinary fellowship in Australasia, currently in its grand-parenting period. During the grand-parenting period, recognition of prior learning (RPL) provisions are more generous.

We also extend our congratulations to the recipients of the Best Oral Abstract and Best Poster Presentation in the scientific stream at Lifestyle Medicine 2019.

Best Oral Presentation was awarded to Meghan Hockey for her work, “Is dairy consumption associated with depressive symptoms or disorders in adults? A systematic review of observational studies”, and Best Poster Presentation was awarded to Ann George for her work, “Investigating the modulators of health behaviour change using the novel AUT Stroke RISKOMETER application“.

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15 – 17 May | Melbourne, Australia

Please note that for a limited time, purchasing the Communication Matters course provides free access to the Culture Matters course.