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Master of Lifestyle Medicine

Advance and enhance existing health care with this exciting, innovative Masters degree — the only one in Australia offered under a school of medicine.

Lead the future

Catalyse a new generation of knowledge

Next-level networking

Connect with high-profile industry experts

Enhance your career

Increase your expertise



  • Online: February, July




+estimated annual Commonwealth Supported Fee for a full-time study load

^estimated annual tuition fee for a full-time study load

Plus Student Services and Amenities fee
Fee deferral and scholarships available if eligible


3 years part-time

3.5 years for mid-year entry

Entry Requirements

AQF level 7 bachelor degree in a health discipline

Course Code


Course detail

Real stories

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    Dr Sam Manger

    Course Coordinator

    Studying lifestyle medicine at JCU is an incubator for exciting careers, projects and innovation in health care. There is a rapidly growing evidence and demand for lifestyle medicine, whole of person care and whole of community care from the public, clinicians, researchers and industry.

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    Dr Roy Rasalam

    Head of Clinical Studies

    Lifestyle Medicine uses evidence-based interventions to target the risk factors for chronic disease and make clinically meaningful changes to people’s lives. Through implementation of the foundational skills taught in these subjects, graduates will be empowered to prevent and treat major non-communicable diseases.

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    Dr Joanna McMillan

    Dietician, author and regular host of ABC's Catalyst program

    I have worked for many years with Dr Manger as part of our ASLM events and conferences, and he leads the field with knowledge, passion and enthusiasm. Having the opportunity to undertake a course led by him is undoubtedly a fantastic opportunity and you can be assured of quality, evidence-based teaching.