Patients' experience of their general practitioner's follow-up of serious eating disorders.


BACKGROUND An eating disorder is an illness that may take a life-threatening course. The health authorities recommend that general practitioners (GPs) should be included in the treatment apparatus. The patients' feelings of shame, denial of the illness and ambivalence with regard to treatment are disease-specific characteristics that need to be considered… (More)
DOI: 10.4045/tidsskr.13.1222

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