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I do not agree with objectives driven by discussion. Engaging subjective discussion does nothing to highlight the influence of networks (see short video) or focus on the data to measure facilitators or barriers for weight management. Additionally, this LO is actually 2.
This learning objective has not qualified the data that should be consulted to determine the "basics". Evidence-based (preferably meta-analyses) and real world evidence should inform clinical evaluation and management. Additionally, this LO is actually 2
I don't understand the "basics" as being the low bar for managing patients with obesity. We should look at the economics and outcomes to determine the value of "currently available medical treatments". What about lifestyle interventions?
This would be relevant if LO highlighted EBM identified algorithms on how to decide which patients should be selected for an invasive and risky procedure.
Click on the video and wait for the dynamic shift in the relationships that evolve.
The networks point to a significant driver of obesity that is not correlated to "biology". The status quo is not creating a significant transformation in costs or outcomes, medical education programs are misguided, and opportunities to shift the conversation remain largely ignored.
The maps below (generated by data sources freely available) show interesting trends that should generate novel community solutions to integrate the "networks" into lifestyle intervention strategies to expand transformation and influence patient outcomes.
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