Considerations for Outreach for Eating Disorders in Males in a University Setting
Date of Award
Doctoral Research Paper
Graduate School of Professional Psychology
Eating disorder, Males, Men, Outreach
This paper addresses the statistics, course of development, risk factors, and potential biases regarding males with eating disorders. The author proposes that to reduce stigma and circulation of misinformation, as well as increase awareness and successful intervention for men with eating disorders, targeted educational outreach programming should be aimed at university professionals with interpersonal relationships with male students. This includes coaches, athletic trainers, residential advisors (RAs), academic advisors, and faculty sponsors of university social organizations.
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Taylor, Madison, "Considerations for Outreach for Eating Disorders in Males in a University Setting" (2019). Graduate School of Professional Psychology: Doctoral Papers and Masters Projects. 360.