Graduating medical students' exercise prescription competence as perceived by deans and directors of medical education in the United States: implications for Healthy People 2010.

@article{Connaughton2001GraduatingMS,
  title={Graduating medical students' exercise prescription competence as perceived by deans and directors of medical education in the United States: implications for Healthy People 2010.},
  author={A V Connaughton and Robert M Weiler and Daniel P. Connaughton},
  journal={Public health reports},
  year={2001},
  volume={116 3},
  pages={226-34}
}
OBJECTIVES This study examined perceptions of deans and directors of medical education at 128 allopathic schools of medicine in the US about the importance of physical activity and exercise topics, and their perceptions about the competence of graduating medical students to perform six fundamental skills related to exercise prescription. Healthy People 2010… CONTINUE READING