The time period for registration and claiming CE credits has passed. If you did not complete the required post-conference evaluation please reach out to the conference team for support.
15.75 CME’s are planned for physicians, nurses and other allied health professionals.
15.75 CEU’s are planned for dietitians and dietetic technicians, registered.
Continuing Education Credits are being provided by Rush University, an accredited provider. See accreditation statement below.
“Teaching Kitchens” are more than kitchens. They are “learning laboratories” where individuals receive practical, hands-on guidance to “eat, cook, move and think more healthfully”. Dozens of Teaching Kitchens have been built in hospitals, medical schools, universities, college campuses, corporate worksites, K-12 schools, YMCA’s, Veterans Administration hospitals, retirement facilities, and community-based organizations. Teaching Kitchen curricula often include: (1) nutrition education, (2) hands-on culinary instruction, (3) advise regarding enhanced movement and exercise, (4) guidance on the optimal use of web-based technologies, (5) mindfulness training, and (6) personalized health coaching.
The 2022 Teaching Kitchen Research Conference is an international scientific meeting hosted by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health’s Department of Nutrition, in collaboration with the Teaching Kitchen Collaborative (www.teachingkitchens.org). The purpose of this scientific meeting is to enable researchers to present original findings on teaching kitchen curricula, facilities, research strategies, impact and benefits with the purpose of advancing the design, methodology, implementation, and evaluation of replicable teaching kitchen programs across a wide range of populations.