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Dr. István Zoltán KISS (firstname.lastname@example.org), professor
Department of Public Health Medicine
Code of subject: OAF-EOA-T | 1 credit | General Medicine | Optional module | spring
12 lectures + 0 practices + 0 seminars = total of 12 hours
min. 3 – max. 20 person
Available as Campus course for 20 student(s). Campus-faculties: ÁOK
Lifestyle-related diseases are the leading cause of mortality in the modern world. Changing unhealthy behaviors is foundational to health promotion, disease prevention, and medical care. During the course we discuss the powerful effects of healthy lifestyle, the basic recommendations, evidence-based practices which may extend lives and may allow people to live longer, in better health.
Materials uploaded to Neptun
Kushner RF, Sorensen KW. Lifestyle medicine: the future of chronic disease management. Curr Opin Endocrinol Diabetes Obes. 2013 Oct;20(5):389-95. doi: 10.1097/01.med.0000433056.76699.5d.
Egger G, Binns A, Rossner S. Chapter 1 Introduction to lifestyle medicine. In: Egger G, Binns A, Rossner S.Lifestyle Medicine: Managing Diseases of Lifestyle in the 21st Century. 2nd ed. North Ryde, Australia: McGraw-Hill; 2010:1–10.
Trilk J, Nelson L, Briggs A, Muscato D. Including Lifestyle Medicine in Medical Education: Rationale for American College of Preventive Medicine/American Medical Association Resolution 959. Am J Prev Med. 2019 May;56(5):e169-e175. doi: 10.1016/j.amepre.2018.10.034.
Maximum of 15 % absence allowed
Active participation at classes. Written test at the end of the course.