Conocimientos y actitudes en alimentación y actividad física de los residentes de medicina familiar de una universidad en Bogotá, Colombia

  • Gustavo Alfonso Díaz Muñoz https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9216-7873
  • Natalia Buitrago Sierra
  • Sión Daniela Gómez Avendaño
  • Mariana Gutiérrez Mojica
  • Carolina Ramírez Pallares
Palabras clave: dieta saludable, ejercicio, conocimientos, actitudes y práctica en salud, medicina familiar y comunitaria

Resumen

La modificación de factores de riesgo mediante promoción de estilos de vida saludable es una estrategia costoefectiva en el control de las enfermedades no transmisibles. Al médico familiar corresponde promocionarlas, para lo cual requiere adecuados conocimientos y actitudes que le permitan una comunicación asertiva con sus pacientes.

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2019-05-01
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Díaz Muñoz, G. A., Buitrago Sierra, N., Gómez Avendaño, S. D., Gutiérrez Mojica, M., & Ramírez Pallares, C. (2019). Conocimientos y actitudes en alimentación y actividad física de los residentes de medicina familiar de una universidad en Bogotá, Colombia. Revista De Nutrición Clínica Y Metabolismo, 2(1), 65-72. https://doi.org/10.35454/rncm.v2n1.061
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