GPimED-General Practice: improving management of Eating Disorders. Can a One hour online educational intervention improve the detection and management of patients with Eating Disorders by GP Trainees?
About this study
A randomised active controlled trial evaluating whether a one hour online intervention can have a significant impact on the early detection and appropriate management of patients with potential eating disorders by General Practice Registrars (Trainees).
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