Exploring the influence of anti-obesity public health campaigns on persons with eating disorders: A qualitative study.

About this study

The aim of this research is to explore responses to public health anti-obesity campaigns and advertisements from the perspective of body image and dieting.

Research TeamMiss Claire Bristow (PhD Candidate), Dr Louise McLean, Dr Kelly Allen, Dr Janette Simmonds
InstitutionMonash University
Ethics Approval Number24029
Funding SourceAustralian Government PhD Scholarship
Project Start DateMay 1, 2020
Project End DateAugust 31, 2020
ParticipantsPersons aged 15 years or over diagnosed with an eating disorder in any form.
What is InvolvedThe research involves a 45-60 minute in-person interview with a researcher either at a suitable location for participants or via teleconference, in which participants will be shown a number of different real-life advertisements and asked to express their attitudes and feelings towards them.
Contact Details

Claire Bristow/0421 045 391/Claire.Bristow1@monash.edu

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