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Community Treatment of Eating Disorders (Paperback)

Professor Paul H. Robinson

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ISBN 10: 0470016760 / ISBN 13: 9780470016763
Edité par John Wiley and Sons Ltd, United Kingdom, 2006
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Language: English . Brand New Book. The book is intended as a practical guide to setting up, staffing and running eating disorders services. The guidance and advice given is based on the experience of the eating disorder service at the Royal Free, which does not have specialised beds, but which is nevertheless considered to offer one of the best services in the UK. Each element of the service will be considered from referral, inpatient and outpatient treatment, service evaluation and multi-disciplinary teamworking. The book also discuss s innovative approaches in treatment, including an evaluation of Email Bulimia Therapy.* Ties in with NICE guidelines, which highlight the need for local services for treating eating disorders* Offers practical guidance on setting up a community model of treatment and on working within a multi-disciplinary team* Based on the Royal Free experience - their Eating Disorders Service has twice been a finalist in the Hospital Doctor Team of the Year awards. N° de réf. du libraire AAH9780470016763

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Titre : Community Treatment of Eating Disorders (...

Éditeur : John Wiley and Sons Ltd, United Kingdom

Date d'édition : 2006

Reliure : Paperback

Etat du livre :New

Edition : 1. Auflage.

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The book is intended as a practical guide to setting up, staffing and running eating disorders services. The guidance and advice given is based on the experience of the eating disorder service at the Royal Free, which does not have specialised beds, but which is nevertheless considered to offer one of the best services in the UK. Each element of the service will be considered from referral, inpatient and outpatient treatment, service evaluation and multi-disciplinary teamworking. The book also discuss’s innovative approaches in treatment, including an evaluation of Email Bulimia Therapy.

  • Ties in with NICE guidelines, which highlight the need for local services for treating eating disorders
  • Offers practical guidance on setting up a community model of treatment and on working within a multi-disciplinary team
  • Based on the Royal Free experience – their Eating Disorders Service has twice been a finalist in the Hospital Doctor Team of the Year awards

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Community Treatment of Eating Disorders describes how to put together a team that will deliver community-based treatment to a range of people with eating disorders. Rooted in clinical experience, it is based on a model service established in London and provides professionals with a detailed guide to the provision of care from the initial stages of the eating disorder through to long-term Severe and Enduring Eating Disorder (SEED) reached by a proportion of sufferers.

This innovative guide provides a new approach for efficient outpatient assessment, a comprehensive approach to effective physical monitoring, a new method of assessing muscle power (the SUSS test) and a full description of day hospital treatment for eating disorders. Individual, group and family therapy are described and useful case histories are used throughout. All aspects of setting up and running a service are covered, including:

  • funding, management and ensuring safety
  • training and supporting staff
  • improving team morale
  • establishing liaison and outreach
  • using inpatient care and supporting patients in hospital
  • engaging in training, teaching and research.

Flexible in its approach, Community Treatment of Eating Disorders enables professionals to replicate the methods in their own contexts. It is a vital tool for all health care professionals working with eating disorders, and for those involved in the funding, planning and implementation of services.

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