New in 2022
Non-research based video submissions:
Recipe demo videos!
Oral and Poster Abstract Topics and Criteria
The use of teaching kitchens in relation to:
- Clinical Care and Health Care Delivery
- Education and Training of Medical/Allied Health Professionals
- Clinical, public health or basic science research
- Health Equity, Vulnerable Populations; food and nutrition insecurity
- Precision Nutrition
- Integrative, Lifestyle or Culinary Medicine
- Business Case and Sustainable Financial Models/ Return on Investment
- Virtual platforms to enhance scalability
- Teaching Kitchens during the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Teaching Kitchen as a Community Asset/Resource
- Agricultural and Environmental Sustainability Practices
Abstracts will be reviewed by the Abstract Selection Committee. Submitters will be notified of their acceptance status by July 15, 2022. All accepted research abstract submissions will be provided a discounted standard registration rate for the first author/presenter.
- All oral and poster abstracts are limited to 300 words.
- Research studies must include results.
- A maximum of 10 authors may be included, however only one presenter will be eligible for discounted registration.
- Awards will be given to the best overall and best trainee oral abstracts.
Abstracts from the 2018 and 2020 conferences were published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine and can be viewed online. Accepted abstracts for the 2022 conference are anticipated to be offered the option of an open-source publication.
NEW IN 2022:
Teaching Kitchen Recipe and Participant Life-Impact Videos
Awards will be given for Best Video in each of the following categories
To help provide additional resources for conference attendees and showcase the impact that teaching kitchen programs can have on individuals, families or communities, we are inviting registrants to submit short videos of
(1) recipe demonstrations; and (2) personalized stories about the impact teaching kitchens have had on participant(s).
Criteria for Recipe Demonstration Videos:
- Video must not exceed 5 minutes in length.
- Recipe must be included along with a brief description (<100 words) as to why this teaching kitchen recipe has been well received.
- Recipe should be less than $5 per serving, delicious, easy to make and consistent with the TKC recipe guiding principles.
- Special call out for dishes that highlight diverse food heritages.
Criteria for Impact Videos:
The goal of these videos is to share inspirational stories of success, as these are commonly only anecdotal.
- Videos must not exceed 3 minutes in length.
- Stories should describe the impact participating in a teaching kitchen program has on a particular person or family/community.
- Videos should include the name of the teaching kitchen/institution.
- Credits for individuals assisting in the production of the video may be included and will not count towards the video length.
- Confirmation of consent will be required of the person whose story is to be shared.
Videos may not be directly uploaded to the abstract submission site, authors must submit videos via hyperlink (YouTube, Vimeo, etc.)
Recipe and Life Impact Video submissions will be reviewed by the Abstract Selection Committee.
Submitters will be notified of their acceptance status by July 15, 2022.