What does everyone think regarding eating disorders in the nutrition profession?
I have read there is a higher prevalence of EDs in nutrition majors but it just seems like a very taboo subject that isn't getting much attention and I am not aware of any programs to help those students with EDs.
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I see primarily eating disorder patients and have found a lot of success in using the mobile application "Recovery Record". The patients use this in their IOP/OP programs and it's almost being like a fly on the wall to observe their thoughts, emotions, behaviors, and eating habits. The best part is that there are no calories or serving sizes and the patients do not have to do any extra
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I recently began working in treatment of EDs at an IOP. The psychiatrist who heads the facility has asked me to speed up my initial assessment of new clients (usually 1 hour) in order to make time during the hour to put them on a diet plan during the first consultation.
During my dietetic internship, I was taught to do an initial 1 hour assessment with new clients, and to assign a d
My specialty is eating disorders and i do not accept insurance. I was told that to begin the process i need to first apply to medicare, and that i will be required to take all medicare patients. Anyone know insurance companies that do not require prior enrollment in medicare? Any suggestions on the easiest companies to gain acceptance? Thanks
I am a new RD, practicing 4 months. I work at a rural hospital where I am the only RD covering inpatients and outpatients. I have just been referred a 16 year old pt for outpatient counseling with presumed anorexia (not actually diagnosed). She is seeing a psychiatrist already. I understand that this is a mental health disorder and a specialized field. However, her MD would like me to meet with h