Join Dr. Megan Steward as she shares the ins and outs of Lifestyle Medicine!

"Lifestyle Medicine is an evidence-based discipline which aims to support patients to prevent, manage and reverse certain chronic conditions, using supported behaviour change skills and techniques to create, and sustain lifestyle changes. Lifestyle Medicine focuses on helping patients to eat more healthily, stay active, sleep better, improve social connections and mental health, and reduce harmful substance use. It also considers broader factors impacting on individuals’ health and wellbeing including ecological health, poverty and health inequality." – The British Society of Lifestyle Medicine

Join Dr. Megan Steward as she introduces Lifestyle Medicine and how it can be incorporated into your future practice for holistic patient-centred care, preventative healthcare, and chronic disease management. Learn more about the six pillars of lifestyle medicine including: nutrition, physical activity, stress management, avoidance of risky substances, restorative sleep, and social connections.

 

Dr Megan Steward, BSc MBChB DipIBLM MRCGP(2023)
Megan graduated from the University of St Andrews in 2010, and obtained her MBChB from the University of Manchester in 2013. After spending some time working in hospital medicine, she decided to train to become a GP and now works in Bolton. She developed a keen interest in lifestyle medicine after working in an area with a high prevalence of chronic disease. She became the Manchester Regional lead in 2019 and completed the IBLM Diploma in 2020. Locally she delivers menopause related workshops, and co-ordinates educational events for healthcare professionals in the Manchester region focusing on the 6 pillars of health. Megan enjoys spending time with her young family in nature, travelling and has a regular yoga practice.

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