Primary Care at a Glance - Hot Topics, New Insights by O. Capelli

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Health education should therefore cautiously be planned considering these variables. Another aspect that cannot be ignored by PCPs is being a “good example” for their patients in terms of health behavior. It has in fact been shown that endorsement of physical activity is more credible coming from a health professional that also practices physical activity. PCPs should practice physical activity themselves, not only for their own benefit, but also as a stimulus for their patients [Abramson 2000, Orrow 2012].

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