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Help with research: ED Recovery

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TWlNMAMMA · 29/06/2022 12:58

Hi mama's, I am mother of twin girls with a fear that they could one day fall prey to this terrible illness. I would like to help find out as much as we can about it in order to improve treatment options. That is why I've chosen this topic for my master's thesis.

I am looking for those who have been diagnosed with an ED, who consider themselevs to be working towards or in recovery and who use online support groups such as this one.

If this sound like you then I would really appreciate your help. It would involve completeing the anonymous survey posted below, consisting of 3 short demographic questions and 8 slightly longer ones. The first question contains a link to the participation sheet which has the full details of my university and for the ethics committee.

Thank you so much for your time

Take care


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