Investigating the Cause and maintenance of Anorexia Nervosa (The I-CAN Study)
About this study
This study is investigating the biological and environmental (‘neurobiopsychosocial’) factors involved in anorexia nervosa. The research aims to gain a better understanding of the factors involved in anorexia nervosa to help prevent the condition, and to aid the development of more effective treatments. The study will involve two in-person sessions at Swinburne University, Hawthorn.
- Are someone who has had a lifetime (current or past) diagnosis of anorexia nervosa
- Are the sister of someone who has had a lifetime diagnosis of anorexia nervosa
- Are someone who has no lifetime history of any mental health disorder diagnoses
For further information, please contact Dr Amy Malcolm at email@example.com.
Dr Amy Malcolm (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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