End User Engagement for the Web-based Interventions to Reduce Eating Disorders [WIRED] study
About this study
Researchers need young people aged 18-35 who have a lived experience of an eating disorder, and people who work with people with eating disorders , in Australia, to participate in a study that will inform the development of new apps for the early identification and intervention of eating disorders. Participants can complete a 20-minute survey, and then may choose to engage in an online interview or online workshop to test the apps.
Dr Zali Yager, 0403011643, Zali.firstname.lastname@example.org
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