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BSLM2020 Conference update
Posted by Rob Lawson on 31 Jul 2020
Our annual conference is just a few weeks away. Book your ticket now to get the latest scientific evidence and thinking from the world's leading lifestyle medicine experts ...
In the latest episode of the BSLM podcast Dr Helen Lawal interviews Dr Sue Smith on the subject of behaviour change and lifestyle medicine ...
Dr Alex Maxwell is a BSLM London Director and our Social Prescribing Director. He currently works in Thornton Heath as a GP. Here, Alex shares his thoughts about Lifestyle Medicine and Social Prescribing and why they are such a powerful combination...
Covid-19 is not a lifestyle disease. It is a communicable disease and no one is immune from it. But, four months into the global pandemic, we are slowly realising that Covid-19 is not impacting on all of humanity equally...
Leeds-based GP and BSLM regional director, Dr Helen Lawal, unveils our new podcast - Sound Living. While the internet is full of myths and misinformation on the latest health trends - our podcast will be a trusted source of evidence-based advice and information...
Dr Hugh Bethell makes the case for exercise as a preventative tool for a wide range of diseases and conditions commonly linked to higher mortality and reduced quality of life. Dr Bethell has spent five decades working in cardiac rehabilitation, formerly via a career in cardiology and latterly as the director of the Staywell Programme at the Basingstoke and Alton Cardiac Rehabilitation Charity.
When we founded the British Society of Lifestyle Medicine nearly five years ago the choice of the word “society” was deliberate. We had a real sense of people coming together with a shared passion for improving people’s health and wellbeing. We felt we could be greater than the sum of our parts. There really was “such a thing as society”.
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