"There's nothing there for guys". Do men with eating disorders want treatment adaptations? A qualitative study.

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Summary of ""There's nothing there for guys". Do men with eating disorders want treatment adaptations? A qualitative study."

Men with eating disorders may experience unique issues compared to their female counterparts, and there is a growing interest in how these differences should be addressed in clinical practice. However, the views of male patients on potential treatment adaptations remain under-explored. The purpose of this study was to explore the experiences of men who have experienced treatment for eating disorders.


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Name: Eating and weight disorders : EWD
ISSN: 1590-1262


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