The Orlando airport code is MCO.
Taxi from the airport to the hotel is about $50.00. Please support Orlando taxi drivers and do not use Uber or Lyft.
This year’s conference will be held at the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort and the University of Central Florida College of Hospitality and Management.
We have secured a great rate for rooms and you can book right this very minute at Rosen Shingle Creek Orlando. There will be limited rooms so book your room as soon as possible to make sure that you don’t miss out.
9939 Universal Blvd. | Orlando, Florida 32819
Toll Free: 1 (866) 996-9939 • Local: (407) 996-9939 • Fax: (407) 996-9935
Make your reservations by calling Rosen Shingle Creek by calling 1-866-996-6338 or at 407-996-6338. In doing so, please request the GROUP rate for CULINARY MEDICINE SPECIALIST BOARD, Health meets Food.
You may also register online at this link:
Located just minutes from some of the world’s top-rated attractions, resorts, restaurants, and convention spaces, the UCF Rosen College of Hospitality Management provides students with an unrivaled opportunity to learn and work in the industry’s leading market. Situated in the heart of hospitality, UCF Rosen College also looks like it belongs in a world-class destination: our 159,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art, Mediterranean resort-style campus is the largest facility ever built for hospitality management education.
UCF Rosen College is committed to providing an environment where the diverse backgrounds of students and faculty enrich learning and fostering applied research and active service to the University, alumni and community. In addition to learning from our faculty of internationally-recognized experts, students benefit from our unparalleled industry partnerships that provide access to guest speakers, internships, memberships, scholarships, and networking opportunities that help stimulate successful careers in this exciting and booming industry.
The Vision of the Culinary Medicine Specialist Board: to empower healthier lifestyles and reshape the course of chronic disease in America by integrating the science of medicine into culinary tradition.
Health meets Food provides physicians, medical students, patients, and other community residents with hands-on culinary training and lifestyle lessons using an evidence-based approach that aligns with current medical literature.
The curriculum has been designed to help physicians and other medical professionals understand and communicate the impact of good nutrition on their patients’ health. and eat healthier.
As an indicator of its recognized value, Health meets Food courseware already has been adopted by over 50 medical schools, nursing schools and residency programs across the United States.
Health meets Food expands the audience for information about the link between food and medicine beyond practicing physicians and other members of medical community and professional culinarians to anyone interested in the intersection of good health and good nutrition.
The represents a fully integrated, comprehensive curriculum for doctors, medical students, chefs, and community members about the significant role that food choices and nutrition play in preventing and managing obesity and associated diseases.
By marrying a curriculum based on basic science with clinical education, the curriculum teaches physicians and other medical professionals how to incorporate dietary intervention strategies into the practice of medicine. Through courseware and hands-on cooking classes, medical students and physicians learn the benefits of nutrition-related lifestyle changes and how to guide their patients towards healthier choices.