Detection and Diagnosis of Eating Disorders in Primary Care
Many patients with eating disorders routinely visit their primary care physicians (PCPs), giving PCPs the opportunity to detect the disorder. Detection and diagnosis of eating disorders can allow early intervention to halt their negative physical and psychological consequences. This course will educate PCPs about the risk factors for eating disorders; detection of the disorders, including indicative signs and symptoms and helpful screening techniques; and appropriate interventions.
Objectives: After completing this course you will be able to
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Development of this course is supported by a grant from NIAAA, Grant #R44AA13367
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ACCME expiration: 8/30/05
ACPE approval: 10/6/04
ACPE expiration: 10/6/07
Last content review: 8/24/04
Last editorial review: 8/31/04
Sponsored by: Clinical Tools, Inc.
Jessica J. Bromwell BA
Meghan B. Coulehan MPH
T. Bradley Tanner MD
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This CE activity does not discuss any non-FDA-approved drugs and/or devices.