Members of the Canadian Society for Orthomolecular Medicine provide support for the integration of orthomolecular medicine in Canadian healthcare, through their contribution to our initiatives in Communication, Education, and Advocacy.
Membership is offered on an annual basis and provides members with valuable benefits, including:
- Discounted registration for all CSOM / ISOM conferences and CME programs, including Nutrition in Primary Care, and the Annual International Orthomolecular Medicine Today Conference.
- Discounted registration for all CSOM / ISOM online courses and recorded course archives.
- Monthly email communications containing an index of recently published nutritional research literature from a wide selection of international medical publications.
- 10% discount on all medical literature purchased through Login Canada [www.lb.ca/bookelite]
Students enrolled in an accredited medical, pharmaceutical sciences, or nutrition program may apply to receive complimentary membership status and qualify for continuing education scholarship opportunities. Please contact Membership Administration for additional information.
Who We Are
Established in 2009, the Canadian Society for Orthomolecular Medicine (CSOM) is one of 22 member Societies operating worldwide under the International Society for Orthomolecular Medicine (ISOM).
CSOM is the foremost not-for-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of orthomolecular medicine within Canada. The Society serves to unite and support health care professionals with an interest in the science of nutritional biochemistry, and it’s application in the prevention and treatment of disease.
CSOM Steering Committee
CME Planning Committee
Editorial Board, Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine
What We Do
CSOM provides monthly eNews communications highlighting upcoming continuing education programs in Canada, news and research from the international orthomolecular community, and content published in the open-access Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine.
CSOM sponsors the development and presentation of continuing education programs and resources for medical doctors, pharmacists, naturopathic doctors, nurse practitioners, nutritionists, and other health care professionals. The programs offered provide a range of education in orthomolecular medicine, from introductory programs on evidence-based nutritional medicine, to advanced programs on nutritional biochemistry and nutrigenomics.
CSOM is involved with academic detailing initiatives, and participates as an educational exhibitor at primary care conferences. Members of CSOM are involved in consultation with Health Canada, Provincial and Regional Health Authorities, and Regulatory Colleges, to ensure representation for the health care professionals and patients who rely on orthomolecular medicine for improved outcomes.