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Conversations about Weight Management

5. Test

Select only one answer.
Your result will be printed on your certificate.
1. In General Practice, how often should you weigh your patients? *This question is required.
2. When is a good time to bring up weight management? *This question is required.
3. What are the validated questions to ask patients/clients about weight management? *This question is required.
4. What are the 3 brief intervention messages? *This question is required.
5. You have assessed an individual's readiness to change and they score 7, what does this mean? *This question is required.
6. As your patient scored 7 you decide to complete a comprehensive assessment form with them, what is the main purpose of this assessment? *This question is required.
7. What types of fruit are often used to describe different weight distributions? *This question is required.
8. Weight stored centrally is easier to mobilise than weight stored peripherally *This question is required.
9. The following problems are primarily associated with weight stored peripherally *This question is required.
10. What is the length of time for significant physiological adaptation to exercise? *This question is required.
11. The following statements are all benefits of resistance training for an overweight person, except one. Which statement is incorrect? *This question is required.
12. What are the benefits a real/whole food diet high in micronutrients? *This question is required.
13. What is an effective long term solution to weight management? *This question is required.
14. You are discussing positive lifestyle changes with a patient. During the conversation you keep hearing the word ‘but’ e.g. "I want to eat more vegetables, BUT no one in my family will eat them”.
What do you do? *This question is required.
15. If you provide advice or suggestions for change before the patient has identified they are willing to change and ready to do so, what reaction is likely to occur? *This question is required.
16. When can you suggest ideas to help a person to change? *This question is required.
The Western Bay of Plenty would like to thank the expert review panel for their contribution to the development of the “Conversations in Weight Management” quiz questions and answers: Dr Clare Wall PhD (Associate Professor), Dr Elaine Rush PhD (Professor), Dr Anne-Thea McGill MBChB BSc PhD FRNZCGP, Dr Ruth Teh PhD (Nutritionist) , Dr Jennifer Crowley PhD (Nutritional Science),  Dr Caroline Gunn PhD (Nutritional Science), Dr Anna Rolleston PhD (Senior Research Fellow), Charlotte Yarnton MDiet, Philippa Jones MA PDMS FETC RN.