Published in Obesity and Diabetes Week, August 13th, 2007
Sheffield-based researchers surveyed just under 400 nurses in the north of England in mid 2006, including district nurses, practice nurses and health visitors.
Their aim was to ask the nurses about their clinical practice, views and support for patients with obesity.
The researchers discovered that 89 per cent of nurses recognise the need for more effective primary care services to tackle obesity and see obesity advice and support as...
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