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The Eating Disorders Examination

  title={The Eating Disorders Examination},
  author={Christopher G Fairburn and Zafra Cooper},
The following health care providers can perform initial examinations for Eating Disorders: a board-certified or board "eligible" psychiatrist; a licensed doctorate-level psychologist; a doctorate-level mental health provider under the close supervision of a board-certified or board eligible psychiatrist or licensed doctorate-level psychologist; a psychiatry resident under close supervision of a board-certified or board eligible psychiatrist or licensed doctorate-level psychologist; or a… 
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