102066: Prevalence of Eating Disorders in Middle Aged Women
Volume 47, Issue 3
Total CE Credit Hours: 1
Course Info URL: http://ce-credit.com/courses/102066
About the Course:
Little is known about the prevalence and correlates of eating disorders in middle-aged women. We mailed anonymous questionnaires to 1500 Austrian women aged 40-60 years, assessing eating disorders (defined by DSM-IV), subthreshold eating disorders, body image, and quality of life. We broadly defined “subthreshold eating disorders” by the presence of either 1) binge eating with loss of control or 2) purging behavior, without requiring any of the other usual DSM-IV criteria for frequency or severity of these symptoms.
Wiley Interscience Journal, International Journal of Eating Disorders
Barbara Mangweth-Matzek, PhD; Hans W. Hoek, MD; Claudia I. Rupp, PhD; Kerstin Lackner-Seifert, PhD; Nadja Frey, MD; Alexandra B. Whitworth, MD; Harrison G. Pope, MD; Johann Kinzl, MD
This course is recommended for mental health professionals such as psychologists, social workers and counselors who seek knowledge about the prevalence and correlation of eating disorders as they relate to middle-aged women. It is appropriate for an intermediate to advanced level of participants’ knowledge.
Describe prevalence rates of eating disorders (defined by DSM-IV) in middle aged women.
Describe the diagnostic preponderance of eating disorders in middle aged women.
Describe clinical characteristics of women with sub-threshold eating disorders as compared to women with eating disorders (based on DSM-IV).
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