October 23, 2020 - Physicians Committe For Responsible Medicine
A poll of New York State physicians finds that 82% would be more likely to discuss nutrition with patients if they had more nutrition training, and 64% think doctors should be required to take continuing medical education (CME) for nutrition.
The poll, commissioned by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine and conducted by Lincoln Park Strategies, asked 224 New York State physicians with specialties including cardiology, internal medicine, and pediatrics about their nutrition education and preparedness to offer patients nutrition counselling. The poll also found that:
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