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Eating Disorders

Identifies the proper classification, co-morbidities, and diagnostic approaches to eating disorders. Outlines the etiology and prognosis in eating disorders. Discusses the issues of oromaxillary pathology observed in eating disorders. Describes the various aspects of effective management of eating disorders. Explains the unhealthy weight obsession, self-image issues, and erroneous beliefs about food, diet, weight, and health.
$30.00

Hour 1

  1.    Proper Classification, Definition, and Diagnostic Criteria for Eating Disorders
  2.    Anorexia
  3.    Bulimia
  4.    Binge Eating
  5.    Orthorexia
  6.    Physical Complications
  7.    Negative Effects on the Organ Systems

 

Hour 2

  1.    History and Course of Eating Disorders
  2.    Study of Factors that Cause Eating Disorders
  3.    Personalities
  4.    Genetic and Environmental Factors
  5.    Biochemistry: Chemical Imbalance
  6.    Medical Complications’ Relation to Eating Disorders
  7.    Common Signs of Eating Disorders

 

Hour 3

  1.    Management of Eating Disorders
  2.     Brain Connection with Eating Disorders
  3.    Eating Disorders: What Can Be Done?
  4.    Increase Patient Awareness and Involvement
  5.    Preventive Measures
  6.    Suggestive Adaptive Changes in Patient’s Lifestyle
  7.    Recommended Approaches to Overcome Eating Disorders

 

Learning Objectives

  1. Identify the proper classification, co-morbidities, and diagnostic approaches to eating disorders.
  2. Outline the etiology and prognosis in eating disorders.
  3. Discuss the issues of oromaxillary pathology observed in eating disorders.
  4. Describe the various aspects of effective management of eating disorders.
  5. Explains the unhealthy weight obsession, self-image issues, and erroneous beliefs about food, diet, weight, and health.
Instructor N. Katz, M.D., Ph.D.
Contact Hours: 3
# of Pages 49
More Information About This Course: Eating Disorders accreditation
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