Predictors, moderators and mediators of carer distress and maintaining factors in eating disorders

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King, Hannah;
  • Subject: RC0552 | BF76.5 | BF0575.S75
    mesheuropmc: humanities | human activities | health care economics and organizations | social sciences | health care facilities, manpower, and services

Background: Carers of people with eating disorders (EDs) have heightened levels of distress, expressed emotion, burden and accommodation to the ED; factors implicated in maintenance of the ED. Although carers’ skills interventions are helpful, how they effect change, an... View more
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