Join the Trailblazers: Why you need to do the Lifestyle Medicine Core Accreditation

Join this public webinar explaining the LMCA and why you need to do it

The successful launch of the LMCA has seen a high number of Trailblazers already sign up to gain their lifestyle medicine accreditation. Leading the way in lifestyle medicine education, the BSLM are running a webinar to showcase our new core educational offering to a wider net of those within the healthcare industry.

Learn from the BSLM Learning Academy Director Dr Kate Woolley and BSLM’s Head of Growth and Development Andrew Howie as they explore why the LMCA is the future of education within healthcare.

This webinar will explore what the LMCA is and why we believe you should sign up to it.

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Andrew Howie

BSLM Head of Growth and Development
Andrew works for BSLM as Head of Growth and Development. Since starting with the organisation last year, much of his focus has been on the successful implementation of the Brightspace Learning Management System, which will be the driving force behind the Learning Academy.
Prior to working for BSLM Andrew had a successful career, initially in the finance sector and for the last decade working on business development and financial management for a range of not-for-profit organisations.

Dr Kate Wooley

BSLM Learning Academy Director
Dr Angharad Kate Woolley joined BSLM in 2022 as the Learning Academy Director. She qualified as a GP in 2019 and works in a medium sized practice on the outskirts of Nottingham. She teaches at the University of Leicester, on the subject of lifestyle medicine and works with Nottinghamshire Alliance Training Hub, on their social prescribing educational community of practice, for link workers across the county.
She is also active in research and is currently completing an NIHR In-Practice Fellowship at the Leicester Diabetes Centre. Her research is in the area of patient education to facilitate lifestyle change in cardio metabolic disease. In addition to her passion for Lifestyle Medicine, she has a strong interest in global health, having worked and volunteered in a number of countries and spent 3 years on the RCGP Junior International Committee. She is passionate about reducing the influence of socioeconomic deprivation on a person’s ability to follow a healthy lifestyle.

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