Health Service Utilization for Eating Disorders: Findings From a Community-Based Study
Background: Prior use of health services was examined in a community sample of women with bulimic-type eating disorders. Method: Participants (n = 159) completed a structured interview for the assessment of eating disorder psychopathology as well as questions concerning treatment-seeking and type of treatment received. Results: Whereas a minority (40.3%) of participants had received treatment for an eating problem, most had received treatment for a general mental health problem (74.2%) and/or...[Show more]
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