National Survey of Energy Balance Related Care among Primary Care Physicians
The National Survey of Energy Balance-related Care among Primary Care Physicians is designed to obtain current, nationally representative data on primary care physicians' characteristics, knowledge, attitudes, and practices related to services for diet, physical activity, and weight control. The goal is to develop a national baseline on the use of energy balance risk assessment, counseling, and referral services in physician practice and to identify the characteristics of physicians who routinely incorporate these activities in patient care.
http://outcomes.cancer.gov/surveys/energy. Accessed September 2, 2010.