Use of Eating Disorder Recovery Sites and Social Media
About this study
A large proportion of people with eating disorders delay or do not seek professional help but may engage in informal help seeking through social media platforms, such as Instagram. This study aims to identify the descriptive characteristics of the Instagram eating disorder recovery community and understand its users’ perspectives on recovery and support-seeking. It will also collect user feedback on what types of online support they seek and perceive to be beneficial for their recovery.
-Aged 16 years or over
-Posts and interacts under eating disorder recovery-related hashtags such as #EDRecovery and/or #EatingDisorderRecovery
-Proficient in English
Emily Au firstname.lastname@example.org
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