Review finds obesity education lacking in med schools

11/11/2012 | HealthDay News

An analysis of more than 200 articles on obesity-related education at medical schools found only five articles featured ways to improve students' knowledge, skills and attitudes in obesity treatment. Two of those articles addressed medical student bias related to obese patients and one focused on changing biases. The report was published in Teaching and Learning in Medicine.

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