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Tulane University School of Medicine and Johnson & Wales University announce groundbreaking culinary medicine collaboration

The long-term collaboration will unite doctors and chefs in improving the nation’s health through the teaching of culinary medicine. 

July 17, 2012

Keith Brannon
Phone: 504-621-2724
kbrannon@tulane.edu

Tulane University School of Medicine and Johnson & Wales University announced a groundbreaking long-term collaboration that unites doctors and chefs in improving the nation’s health through the teaching of culinary medicine.

For the first time, a medical school and a major culinary institution plan to implement a fully integrated, comprehensive joint curriculum for doctors, medical students, chefs and the community focused on the significant health role that food choices and nutrition play in preventing and managing obesity and associated diseases in America. More...

 

 

 

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