Have you had inpatient treatment for an eating problem? We need to know your experiences for an anonymous research project.
Melissa Snaith at the University of Oxford is carrying out an anonymous online survey, for participants living in UK, USA, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. The study will investigate posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in women who are now over the age of 18 year and have at some point experienced inpatient treatment for an Eating Disorder (ED).
The study will investigate whether people found some or all of their inpatient treatment to be traumatic. It will look at how people think about any trauma, their memories of it and the things they do to manage any symptoms. The purpose is to identify which psychological factors predict the severity of PTSD symptoms, in those who have had an inpatient admission for an ED.
This study has been given full Ethical Approval by the University of Oxford Central University Research Ethics Committee (CUREC) – Medical Science Division.
Melissa Snaith, Trainee Clinical Psychologist, Oxford Doctoral Course in Clinical Psychology Tel:07587024747