A broad look at the obesogenic environment from a governmental sociological perspective to the individual's psychological risk factors, with particular reference to Māori and Pasifika.
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|Psychosocial Factors in Obesity Prevention and Management
|Obesity Prevention and Management
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- Learning Outcomes
On successful completion of this paper students will be able to:
- Critically appraise the evidence basis for primary health care & community based prevention and management of obesity related psychological and sociological issues.
- Apply knowledge and skills required for the prevention and management of obesity related psychological and sociological issues in own workplace environment and scope of practice.
- Contribute towards a system-wide approach to the prevention and management of obesity related psychological and sociological issues in New Zealand with appreciation of other’s roles.
- Approach obesity prevention and management in a non-stigmatising and ethical manner.