Board Certification in Lifestyle Medicine is an internationally standardised process and exam managed by the International Board of Lifestyle Medicine that establishes competency in Lifestyle Medicine.
If you are interested in activating your passion for Lifestyle Medicine into a practical application of its principles, then becoming Certified in Lifestyle Medicine is your next step.
Watch this webinar, held live on 5 February 2019, to learn more about what Board Certification involves, why it’s important, and how it can benefit your current practice.
- Am I eligible to undertake Board Certification in Lifestyle Medicine?
- What are the three types of Certification and what do they mean?
- What are the requirements for Board Certification?
- How do I choose 30 hours of online/non-live CPD in Lifestyle Medicine?
- How do I complete 10 hours of in-person CPD in Lifestyle Medicine?
- How do I complete the case study component?
- How can I best prepare for the exam?
- What support is available?
- How much time will I need to prepare for the exam?
- What is the difference between Certification & Fellowship? How are they related?
- What are the benefits of becoming Board Certified in Lifestyle Medicine?
Answering your questions
- ASLM President: Dr Sam Manger
- ASLM Executive Director: Stephen Penman
- ASLM Education Coordinator: Jordhana Clark
- Past Certification candidates: Michelle Reiss (GP), Juliet Richards (Pharmacist) and Simon Matthews (Psychologist)
Become Certified in Lifestyle Medicine
Board Certification demonstrates your competency in Lifestyle Medicine, augmenting your clinical or public health practice with a solid grounding in preventing, managing and reversing chronic and lifestyle-related diseases.
To demonstrate your competency in Lifestyle Medicine with this internationally-standardised recognition, visit our Certification webpage to register for the next Australasian exam.
For those who would like to undertake further professional development in Lifestyle Medicine, it is worth noting that Board Certification contributes one third of the points (480/1440) required for the ASLM Fellowship.