Published on in Vol 6, No 7 (2017): July

MotivATE: A Pretreatment Web-Based Program to Improve Attendance at UK Outpatient Services Among Adults With Eating Disorders

MotivATE: A Pretreatment Web-Based Program to Improve Attendance at UK Outpatient Services Among Adults With Eating Disorders

MotivATE: A Pretreatment Web-Based Program to Improve Attendance at UK Outpatient Services Among Adults With Eating Disorders

Journals

  1. Bartlett M, Blazer S, Hobson G, Abbs I. The power of digital communications: improving outpatient attendances in south London. Future Healthcare Journal 2018;5(1):43 View
  2. Denison-Day J, Muir S, Newell C, Appleton K. A Web-Based Intervention (MotivATE) to Increase Attendance at an Eating Disorder Service Assessment Appointment: Zelen Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(2):e11874 View
  3. Majid U, Kim C, Cako A, Gagliardi A, Seale H. Engaging stakeholders in the co-development of programs or interventions using Intervention Mapping: A scoping review. PLOS ONE 2018;13(12):e0209826 View
  4. Kambanis P, Bottera A, Mancuso C, De Young K. Motivation to change predicts naturalistic changes in binge eating and purging, but not fasting or driven exercise among individuals with eating disorders. Eating Disorders 2020:1 View
  5. Treasure J, Oyeleye O, Bonin E, Zipfel S, Fernandez‐Aranda F. Optimising care pathways for adult anorexia nervosa. What is the evidence to guide the provision of high‐quality, cost‐effective services?. European Eating Disorders Review 2021;29(3):306 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Sassen B. Preventie door paramedici. View
  2. Sassen B. Preventie door paramedici. View