Frequently Asked Questions
Who should do these courses?
Medical doctors, registered Nurses, Dietitians, Nutritionists, Prekure trained Health Coaches. Allied Health Professionals.
However, these courses are perfect if you are looking to up-skill yourself in the science of Low carb or Keto nutrition for your own or your families benefit. Do be aware that they are advanced courses. We recommend having completed, PK102: Nutrition as Medicine first.
What are the benefits of doing the courses?
Treat the root causes of your and/or your patients conditions. Get the practical techniques and resources you need to help treat specific conditions. Maintain a high level of scientific rigor and credibility in you practice.
Are the courses CME endorsed by The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (RNZCGPs)?
Yes. PK201: Keto and Low Carb Nutrition – The Therapeutic Benefits” and PK202 have been endorsed by The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (RNZCGP) and has been approved for 15 hours (total activity) CME for General Practice Educational Programme 2/3 (GPEP) and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) purposes.
I am a nurse, physio or pharmacist - does this course counts towards my CPD credits?
Yes, each courses counts as 15 hours.
How long will it take to complete?
Each course usually takes approx 12-15 hours. It consists of 5 x approx 90 minute modules, with each module requiring a further 90 minutes of reading and/or reflective practice.
Do I have to be a Medical professional to do these courses?
No. You can enrol in the courses if you are not a medical professional or a PreKure trained health coach. However we highly recommend having completed PK102: Nutrition as Medicine as a prerequisite for PK201. These courses are perfect if you are looking to up-skill yourself in the science of Low carb or keto nutrition for your own or your families benefit.
How do I know these courses are credible and contain correct information?
The courses are scientifically-based, with full academic references provided for all materials. It is taught by registered dietitian Dr Caryn Zinn, Professor of Public Health Grant Schofield, and practising GP and fellow of the RNZCGPs, Dr Glen Davies.
When do the courses start and finish?
The courses opens on the day you enrolled and you must complete them within two months. This is easily achievable.
What are the other advanced 200-level courses coming in 2019?
PreKure will be releasing several new advanced-level courses for the rest of 2019, including:
PK202: The Practice of Low Carb & Keto Nutrition (Available now)
PK203: The Science and Practice of Fasting and Intermittent Fasting
PK204: Nutrition & Cancer
PK205: Nutritional Neuroscience and Psychiatry
PK206: Nutrition & Vascular Disease