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and Objectives: The population surrounding an urban federally qualified health center (FQHC) in Philadelphia has poorer health than Philadelphia overall. Community residents identified aerobics and dance classes as very important services or programs that an FQHC might provide. We sought to measure the impact of participation in a resident physician-led, patient-centered fitness and nutrition class on participants' attitudes, knowledge, and self-efficacy regarding their health. Methods: Andoi:10.22454/fammed.2019.641507 pmid:31287905 fatcat:fydoi4jn5few3m7yjbfxklgtwm