Comparison of Effectiveness regarding a Culinary Medicine Elective for Medical Students in Germany Delivered Virtually versus In-Person Nutrients 2023-10 | Journal article | Author DOI: 10.3390/nu15194281 CONTRIBUTORS: Selina Böttcher; Louisa Josefa Schonebeck; Laura Drösch; Anna Manuela Plogmann; Can Gero Leineweber; Seraphina Puderbach; Charlotte Buhre; Christoph Schmöcker; Uwe Neumann; Thomas Ellrott Culinary Medicine – ein innovatives Lehrkonzept im Teaching Kitchen zur Verbesserung von ernährungsmedizinischen Beratungskompetenzen in der ärztlichen Ausbildung Zeitschrift…
Kochwebinar „Mangelernährung – Rezepte die helfen!“
Malnutrition Awareness Week 2023 Patientinnen und Patiententag 08. November 2023
Live aus dem Teaching Kitchen im Sportpark Jahnstadion in Göttingen Kochwebinar „Mangelernährung – Rezepte die helfen!“
Mittwoch, 08.11.2023 16:00 – 17:30 Uhr -kostenfrei-
Mangelernährung gemeinsam bekämpfen
Malnutrition Awareness Week is a Europe-wide week of action dedicated to the topic of malnutrition and its negative consequences. It takes place under the umbrella of the ONCA initiative (Optimall Nutritional Care for All) and aims to establish evidence-based treatment of malnutrition in healthcare structures. The webinar will be broadcast live from the Teaching Kitchen in the Jahnstadion sports park in Göttingen.
Wissenschaftliche Pressemeldungen über den IDW 11.12.2020 Innovation für das Medizinstudium: Culinary Medicine als Wahl-Pflichtfach an der Universitätsmedizin Göttingen pilotiert 28.01.2021 Culinary Medicine debuts as a new elective for medical students at University Medical Center Göttingen Germany 26.04.2021 Culinary Medicine – multizentrische Evaluation an den Universitäten Göttingen, Brandenburg und Gießen gestartet 13.05.2021 Küche-Kochen-Kompetenz: UNESCO/BNE Culinary Medicine…
The Teaching Kitchen in the Jahnstadion sports park is a joint project between Culinary Medicine Deutschland e.V. and the Institute for Nutritional Psychology at the Georg August University in Göttingen. In future, we will be offering a wide range of culinary training courses and events on the topics of health, sustainability, sport and exercise, team building and much more. We want to cook and dine together with you and share scientifically sound information with society in an entertaining but always evidence-based way.
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Online training of the DGEM and Culinary Medicine e. V.
in cooperation with VDOE and VDD
"Malnutrition - recipes that help"
Culinary Medicine on the topic of malnutrition according to LEKuP: medical background, suitable foods and recipes as well as practical implementation in the teaching kitchen
In the online training/webinar via Zoom, participants can join in the cooking and discuss via the chat function. The experts on site and online will report on new developments, answer questions and exchange ideas with them.
Culinary Medicine is a new method of translating the findings of nutritional medicine into the lives of patients and clients, thereby optimizing the success of the counseling process. Culinary Medicine combines nutritional medicine, nutritional science, dietetics and psychology with practical culinary skills. The teaching format is an indication-related cooking course with 28 teaching units (TU/LVS) divided into 4 days, which is based on the evidence-based guideline "Nutrition Therapy in Clinic and Practice (LEKuP, Hauner et al. 2019)".
Participants will be able to recognize and differentiate between the nutritional medical conditions listed in the LEKuP and determine the indications for nutritional therapy. They know the principles of nutritional therapy and their practical implementation in dietetics and culinary arts. These can be applied in practice. The success of the therapy can be assessed.