Future Doctors' Perceptions about Incorporating Nutrition into Standard Care Practice

@article{Schoendorfer2017FutureDP,
  title={Future Doctors' Perceptions about Incorporating Nutrition into Standard Care Practice},
  author={Niikee C Schoendorfer and Deanne Gannaway and K. Jukic and Robin D Ulep and Jennifer Schafer},
  journal={Journal of the American College of Nutrition},
  year={2017},
  volume={36},
  pages={565 - 571}
}
ABSTRACT Objective: The increasing prevalence of chronic disease has been largely attributed to long-term poor nutrition and lifestyle choices. This study investigates the attitudes of our future physicians toward nutrition and the likelihood of incorporating nutrition principles into current treatment protocols.Methods: Setting: The setting of this study was an Australian university medical school. Subjects: Subjects including year 1–4 students (n = 928) in a 4-year medical bachelor, bachelor… Expand
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