Eating disordering of bodies. How can male eating disorders become otherwise?

About this study

Research TeamPiotr Maron, Dr. Kari Lancaster, Prof. Tim Rhodes
InstitutionUniversity of New South Wales, Centre for Social Research in Health
Ethics Approval NumberHC200160
Funding SourceAustralian Government Research Training Programme
Project Start DateJuly 28, 2020
Project End DateDecember 31, 2021
ParticipantsParticipant is a counsellor, psychologist, psychiatrist, mental health nurse, dietitian, or some other accredited specialist clinician working in eating disorders treatment with at least one experience of consulting a patient diagnosed with an eating disorder.
Participant is at least 18 years old.
Participant primarily works in NSW, VIC, WA, SA, QLD, TAS, NT.
Participant is willing to give informed consent and willing to participate in the interview.
Whats InvolvedApproximately 1-hour long interview via Zoom, phone or face to face if allowed in a safe space and environment.
Locationeverywhere
Contact Detailsp.maron@unsw.edu.au

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