New to Eating Disorders

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New to Eating Disorders
Author : Jane Morriss
File Size : 44,7 Mb
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
Language : English
Release Date : 30 June 2020
ISBN : 9781108889308
Pages : null pages
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New to Eating Disorders by Jane Morriss Book PDF Summary

Developed by the Faculty of Eating Disorders Executive Committee of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, this book addresses the need for materials to teach healthcare professionals working in mental health about eating disorders. Currently, there are many clinicians working in general adult or child and adolescent specialties that will have patients with eating disorders, without an awareness of how to work with them. Designed as a workbook for trainees and professionals, New to Eating Disorders features clinical vignettes, Q&A's and key learning objectives to help consolidate theoretical knowledge with what is seen in clinical practice. The information is easy to digest and the workbook can be completed within a four-month rotation for trainees in a busy clinical post. This workbook will give professionals new to the field of eating disorders the clinical knowledge, confidence and skills to be able to safely look after patients with these conditions.

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