Did you know that:
- There are several distinct easing disorders, including:
- Anorexia Nervosa
- Bulimia Nervosa
- Binge-Eating Disorder
- Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder
- Rumination Disorder
- The earliest medical description of Anorexia Nervosa appeared in 1689
- Binge-Eating Disorder is the most common eating disorder
- Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder was introduced as an eating disorder in DSM-5
- Eating disorders do not discriminate by body size or race and ethnicity
We're pleased to announce that the first in a series of modules focused on eating disorders --
PreparED: Eating Disorders Education for the Clinicians of Tomorrow
-- is now available in the Center for Practice Innovations' learning management system.
This training module provides information about
eating disorder diagnosis
Eating disorders are complex, psychiatric disorders. PreparED provides a broad overview of eating disorders aimed at familiarizing students, trainees, and generalist clinicians with basic but essential information.
Downloadable (PDF) learning tools are included for the user's future reference.
- Identify the key diagnostic features of DSM-5 eating disorders.
- Describe typical behavioral and physiological features associated with the various eating disorders.
- Learn about who commonly experiences eating disorders, illness course, and outcomes.
To access this module:
- Log into the Learning Community using your username and password at: https://rfmh.csod.com/client/rfmh/default.aspx
- Click on "Browse for training"
- Click on "Eating Disorders Education (PreparED)"
- Click on "PreparED: Eating Disorders Education for the Clinicians of Tomorrow - Diagnosing"
- Click on "Launch"