Exploring patient & clinician factors which influence the involvement of dietitians in ED treatment

About this study

Researchers from the Boden Collaboration at the University of Sydney are conducting a study to examine to what extent clinicians’ decision to involve a dietitian in a patient’s eating disorder treatment is influenced by: (1) patient characteristics and (2) clinician beliefs.

The results of this study will be used to enhance the provision of multi-disciplinary treatment for patients with an eating disorder, particularly in light of the recent enhancement to Medicare-subsidised sessions for individuals with an eating disorder.

Research TeamMs Caitlin McMaster, Dr Susan Hart, Prof Tracey Wade, Prof Glenn Waller, Dr Janet Franklin
InstitutionUniversity of Sydney
Ethics Approval Number2020/131
Funding SourceCaitlin McMaster is a recipient of a PhD Research Training Program scholarship from the Australian Government
Project Start DateMay 22, 2020
Project End DateJuly 5, 2020
ParticipantsIf you are a non-dietetic clinician who currently works with individuals with an eating disorder, you are asked to complete a survey which will take approximately 45 minutes.
Whats InvolvedCompletion of a one-off online survey which will take approximately 45 minutes. You are able to save your responses and return to complete the survey if you need to. Your responses to the survey are anonymous and confidential.
Contact Details

Caitlin Mcmaster - caitlin.mcmaster@sydney.edu.au

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