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Master of Public Health & Lifestyle Medicine
NextGenU offers FREE certified accredited courses in Lifestyle Medicine (start of first cohort June 2019 but you can start also later any time) and other Medical Disciplines as well as a FREE Masters of Public Health (start in September 2019) - already 4 US Universities have accredited this program and courses at NextGenU have registrants in 193 out of 195 UN Member states, it has a $ 16 Million Endowment and courses get created, supported, used & institutions provide resources for, by i.e.
WHO - World Health Organization - VCPH - Virtual Campus of Public Health,
AAPHP - American Association of Public Health Physicians - USA,
ACPM - American College of Preventive Medicine - USA, Massachusetts, Boston,
ASLM - Asian Society of Lifestyle Medicine - Hong Kong, and many other Asian countries,
APTR - Association of Prevention Teaching and Research - USA,
BCLM - Brookfield Center of Lifestyle Medicine - Nigeria, Abuja,
BLU - Bar Lian University - Israel, Tel Aviv, Ramat Gan,
CDC - U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - USA,
CDBC - College of Dietitians of British Columbia - Canada, Vancouver,
CU - Chulalongkorn University - via Stanford - Well for Life - Thailand, Bangkok,
EULM - European Lifestyle Medicine Organization - EU a.o.,
GCC - Grand Challenges Canada - Canada,
ILM - Institute of Lifestyle Medicine at HMS - Harvard Medical School - USA, Thailand - Khan Kaen - KKU,
ISLM - Israeli Society of Lifestyle Medicine - Israel,
KKU - Khan Kaen University - via Harvard Medical School, Thailand, Khan Kaen,
LMEd - Lifestyle Medicine Education Collaborative - USA, Harvard, Greenville, Western University, Ardmore,
NATO - OTAN,
OECS - Organization of Eastern Caribbean States - Countries in Eastern Caribean,
SFU - Simon Fraser University - Canada, Vancouver,
SU - Stanford University - Medical - Well for Life - USA, California, Stanford & Thailand - Bangkok - CU,
UCF - University of Central Florida - USA, Florida, Orlando,
UIW - University of the Incarnated World - USA, Texas,
USC - University of South Carolina - School of Medicine Greenville - USA, South Carolina, Greenville,
UT - University of Toronto - Canada, Toronto,
The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) is putting a new focus on health and compassion. The PCRM combines the clout and expertise of more than 12,000 physicians with the dedicated actions of 150,000 members across the United States and around the world.
The American College of Lifestyle Medicine (ACLM) is the professional medical association for physicians, medical professionals, allied health professionals and those with professional careers devoted to advancing the mission of lifestyle medicine.
The Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) is an affordable, lifestyle enrichment program designed to reduce disease risk factors through the adoption of better health habits and appropriate lifestyle modifications.