The following resources help physicians in training understand how diet changes can prevent and reverse chronic diseases, such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and cancer.
Medical School Curriculum Materials
Stay tuned for these upcoming resources to learn more about how diet changes can prevent and reverse chronic medical illnesses.
Patient Experiences with Diet Changes (Video)
Nutrition FAQs (PDF)
Power Plate Nutrition Handout (PDF)
Diabetes and Nutrition (PPT)
Diabetes and Plant-Based Nutrition (PPT)
Diabetes Talking Points (PDF)
Diabetes Handout (PDF)
Diet and Diabetes: Recipes for Success (PDF)
Obesity and Nutrition (PPT)
Obesity and Plant-Based Nutrition (PPT)
Obesity Talking Points (PDF)
Obesity Handout (PDF)
Heart Disease and Nutrition (PPT)
Heart Disease and Plant-based Nutrition (PPT)
Heart Disease Talking Points (PDF)
Heart Disease Handout (PDF)
Cancer and Nutrition (PPT)
Cancer and Plant-based Nutrition (PPT)
Cancer Talking Points (PDF)
Cancer Handout (PDF)
Expand Your Knowledge in Clinical Research
PCRM is a leading organization conducting clinical trials on nutrition and health, giving clinicians the tools they need to put the power of diet changes to work. PCRM has conducted studies on weight loss, diabetes, lipids, workplace wellness, menstrual pain, acne, and more. Here are some of PCRM’s most notable publications, and here is a complete list of PCRM publications.
Complimentary PCRM Membership
PCRM is offering medical students a complimentary membership that includes a subscription to PCRM’s quarterly magazine, Good Medicine, and a copy of the Nutrition Guide for Clinicians to help them stay up to date on the latest research on diet and disease. Order >
Expand Your Knowledge in Nutrition
Help your patients understand the links between healthy eating and good health. Find information on the risk factors, typical treatments, and nutritional considerations for dozens of medical conditions.
Earn free online continuing education credits. Programs demonstrate how nutrition can be used for health promotion and prevention of cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and other chronic diseases.
Nutrition Education Curriculum
This curriculum was developed in response to calls from faculty and students asking for up-to-date and practical information on nutrition.
Literature and Fact Sheets
PCRM offers a variety of themed kits featuring eye-catching and informative materials focusing on health and nutrition.
Other Ways to Get Involved
Here are some ways to get involved with PCRM and help our efforts:
1. Ask your medical school to incorporate plant-based nutrition into the first and second year curriculum.
2. Order a free copy of PCRM’s Nutrition Guide for Clinicians for each of your classmates and instructors by e-mailing Francesca Valente at firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. Invite other medical students to become PCRM members for free.
4. E-mail email@example.com to learn more about how you can get involved.