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Eating Disorders Edition: Basic Principles of Treatment for the Primary Care Provider

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Eating Disorders Edition: Basic Principles of Treatment for the Primary Care Provider

To claim credit for this episode, visit: Mayo Clinic Talks Podcast: Eating Disorders Edition Guests:  Angela C. Mattke, M.D. (@DrAngelaMattke); Paige I. Partain, M.D. Host:  Jocelyn R. Lebow, Ph.D., L.P.…
April 28, 2022

Eating Disorders Edition: Basic Principles of Treatment for the Primary Care Provider

To claim credit for this episode, visit: Mayo Clinic Talks Podcast: Eating Disorders Edition

Guests:  Angela C. Mattke, M.D. (@DrAngelaMattke); Paige I. Partain, M.D.

Host:  Jocelyn R. Lebow, Ph.D., L.P.

We understand eating disorders are serious and evidence-based Family Based Treatment (FBT) is scarce but effective. This episode will discuss strategies informed by evidence based FBT principles that can be used by providers in primary care settings to address eating disorder symptoms. Though typically the responsibilities of primary care providers in eating disorder treatment are limited to case identification, referral, and medical management, these providers have vast experience empowering caregivers to help their children change behavior.  Equipping primary care providers to deliver evidence-based treatment for restrictive eating disorders has the potential to expand access to early intervention and improve outcomes.

Our guests for this episode are Angela C. Mattke, M.D. and Paige I. Partain, M.D., Mayo Clinic Children’s Center pediatricians, and colleagues and collaborators in the primary care child and adolescent eating disorder clinic at Mayo Clinic.

Connect with the Mayo Clinic’s School of Continuous Professional Development online at https://ce.mayo.edu/ or on Twitter @MayoMedEd.

 

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