The SCOFF questionnaire and clinical interview for eating disorders in general practice: comparative study.

@article{Luck2002TheSQ,
  title={The SCOFF questionnaire and clinical interview for eating disorders in general practice: comparative study.},
  author={Amy J Luck and John Farnill Morgan and Fiona Reid and Aileen O’Brien and Joan Brunton and Clare F. Price and Lin Perry and John Hubert Lacey},
  journal={BMJ},
  year={2002},
  volume={325 7367},
  pages={
          755-6
        }
}
Standards 2 and 3 of the national service framework for mental health outline the need to improve health care for patients with anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa.1 Healthcare workers in primary care are at the forefront of screening and managing these disorders. Assessment tools available to primary healthcare professionals can take a long time to administer and may need to be interpretedby specialists2; this may limit improvements in care. A screening tool was developed, but only to… CONTINUE READING

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