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

@inproceedings{King2017PredictorsMA,
  title={Predictors, moderators and mediators of carer distress and maintaining factors in eating disorders},
  author={Hannah King},
  year={2017}
}
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, and the processes involved in hypothesised relationships between ED symptoms and carer distress, is unclear. Aims: To determine the processes involved in the beneficial carer and service-user outcomes from a carers’ skills… CONTINUE READING

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