MH-Kids Eating Disorders toolkit

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Issue 49 | Qualitative Evidence

Qualitative research on eating disorders is a growing field, with researchers particularly interested in how qualitative research methods can help us understand barriers to care, social relationships, treatment needs and recovery experiences.

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Promoting optimal collaboration between mental health providers and nutritionists in the treatment of eating disorders

The mental health provider–nutritionist collaboration is a primary partnership in the treatment of eating disorders, and its integrity is important for good patient care.

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Dietary Guidelines for Children and Adolescents in Australia

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Orthorexia prevalence among health care professionals involved in nutrition education: The ADI-O study

BACKGROUND: Orthorexia Nervosa (ON) is defined as a pathological fixation about the consumption of healthy food.

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