TRAIN THE TRAINER WORKSHOP
Congratulations to our faculty from the Second Training: September 7, 2019
Tentative Date for #3: September 12, 2020
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To help promote dissemination of culinary medicine to other institutions, the Osher Center and Common Threads have partnered to host a Train-the-Trainer workshop, where prospective schools and organizations can learn the process of implementation, needed steps for success, and acquire the existing curriculum for use in their own institution.
DATE: Saturday September 7, 2019
LOCATION: Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Feinberg Pavilion, 251 E. Huron St. in Chicago, IL
TIME: 9 am - 5 pm
FACULTY: The training will be led by the CUH authors and instructors, Dr. Melinda Ring (Osher) and Chef Stephanie Folkens (Common Threads).
AGENDA: This workshop will include sessions on:
preparing to successfully implement CUH in its full format or abbreviated options
accessing the curriculum and resources
participating in a sample cooking class
experiencing various parts of the lessons and
an opportunity to ask questions and explore the course as a group
NEW: a breakout for cook instructors on how to teach culinary medicine
Online Curriculum Access
Hands-on Cooking Classes for Lunch and Snacks
Support for post-workshop implementation in your own institution
Registration is now open and is very limited! To reserve your spot or for questions about whether this training is right for you please contact: email@example.com
COST: $500 for 1 attendee; $850 for 2 attendees; $1100 for 3 attendees (per institution). The cost of registration and access to the full curriculum is subsidized through a generous grant from the Weil Foundation.
ACCOMMODATIONS: Registrants will be provided with local hotel options within walking distance of the workshop and a Northwestern discount code.
INTENDED AUDIENCE: Faculty from health professional schools - including but not limited to medical, nursing, physician assistant, physical therapy, complementary/integrative health profession schools. New for 2019: Chef instructors interested in learning how to teach culinary medicine.