Recovery and treatment experiences among people with eating disorders
About this study
This research examines the experiences of treatment and recovery among people with eating disorders through qualitative methods. It seeks to understand what has helped them to live in recovery and what has hindered them. The research is aimed at improving treatment outcomes for people with eating disorders by building an understanding of the lived experience of people who have undergone treatment, as their voices are often left out of the treatment analysis. This research examines the experiences of people who are in eating disorders' recovery through two studies. An online focus group (OFG) has already been conducted with a group of seven participants. The current study is built on the data from the OFG. It will be a series of individual interviews commencing in June 2018. Data from the OFG has been used to inform the development of the questions that will be asked in the interviews.
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