Primary care treatment of eating disorders: from diagnosis to referral Currin, L. G. London, King’s College Ph.D. 2006 G6s 56-9781 General practitioners (GPs) have a key role in the early management of eating disorders but also act as gate-keepers for access to specialist care. Despite this key role, research on eating disorders in primary care…

The Wellbeing of Carers of People With Severe & Enduring Eating Disorders Linacre, Stephen James Leeds D.Clin.Psych. 2011 B2c Introduction Research on carers of people with eating disorders (ED) is limited and on carers of people with severe and enduring eating disorders (SEED) almost nonexistent. Nearly 40% of carers of people with ED experience clinical…

Eating Disorders : Exploring Support & Therapist Perspectives Lever, Emma Warwick D.Clin.Psych. 2013 G6s 62-19549 The National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) recommends that the treatment of eating disorders should generally be managed on an outpatient basis using psychologically informed approaches (Clinical Guideline 9, NICE, 2004). As such, carers and psychological therapists are crucial in…

Retrospective Accounts of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy For Eating Disorders: Which Aspects Were Most Useful? Research Abstract Brown, N. Lancaster D.Clin.Psych. 2008 B2c 59-13297 The trans-diagnostic model of eating disorders (Fairburn, Cooper & Shafran, 2003) proposes that differential eating disorder diagnosis is irrelevant, as eating disorders are similar disorders sharing common processes. This model suggests that…

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