Does internet-based prevention reduce the risk of relapse for anorexia nervosa?

  title={Does internet-based prevention reduce the risk of relapse for anorexia nervosa?},
  author={Manfred Maximilian Fichter and Norbert Quadflieg and Kerstin Nisslm{\"u}ller and Susanne Lindner and Bernhard Osen and Thomas Huber and Wally W{\"u}nsch-Leiteritz},
  journal={Behaviour research and therapy},
  volume={50 3},
Technological advancements allow new approaches to psychotherapy via electronic media. The eating disorder literature currently contains no studies on internet intervention in anorexia nervosa (AN). This study presents a RCT on an internet-based relapse prevention program (RP) over nine months after inpatient treatment for AN. The sample comprised 258 women, randomized to the RP or treatment as usual (TAU). Expert- and self-ratings were evaluated by intent-to-treat analyses. Concerning age, age… CONTINUE READING
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