Weight bias in healthcare settings - Quiz

Weight Bias is not an influential factor on the frequency people living in larger bodies book or attend medical appointments.
When treating people living in larger bodies, healthcare professionals tend to make assumptions about the patients’
Healthcare providers should not treat patients living in a large body the exact same way they treat any other patient
What among these are types of non-verbal communication that can influence patients’ satisfaction?
The application of tough love is an effective strategy to motivate patients in larger bodies to lose weight.
Attributing all health issues to the weight of patients with obesity can impede their access to other medical options.
The social environment in which patients with obesity receive healthcare services, can be improved by healthcare professionals by:
People living in large bodies that have been stigmatised for their weight tend to have higher self-esteem.