As per a research being taken out by a group of researchers from the University College London, it has been revealed that medical students are not being taught about the benefits of exercising.
The study revealed that just 56% of the medical students have received proper education about workout benefits. The study researchers said that nobody knows better than doctors that physical workouts are vital for people, and especially for those, who lead a sedentary life.
The research, which has been published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, has recommended that there is a need to educate future doctors about the importance of physical activity.
“There is an urgent need for physical activity teaching to have dedicated time at medical schools to equip tomorrow's doctors with the basic knowledge, confidence and skills”, said the study researchers.
In order to reach at the above given conclusion, the study researchers collected data from UK medical schools. After assessing their data, it was revealed that lack of awareness among medical students will prove costly at the time when patients will not be correctly diagnosed for any physical activity problem.
It is vital that the authorities concerned should ensure that curriculum should be made and introduced in the UK medical schools.
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