Reach Out and Recover: Intentions to seek treatment in individuals using online support for eating disorders.

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Summary of "Reach Out and Recover: Intentions to seek treatment in individuals using online support for eating disorders."

The aim of this study was to explore characteristics and treatment-seeking intentions of consumers accessing an online resource for eating disorders support, Reach Out and Recover (ROAR). Factors associated with treatment-seeking intent among visitors to ROAR were also examined.


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Name: The International journal of eating disorders
ISSN: 1098-108X


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