Digital media and eating disorders: future directions for impactful research

Petya Eckler, Andrea Tonner, Julie Cameron, Anke Kleim, Stephanie McAlinden, Halilna Rifay, Charles Munro, Charlotte Oakley, Sara Preston, Sarah Riley

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Abstract

How can digital media use affect eating disorder (ED) prevention, treatment and recovery? We conducted a systematic mapping of the current gaps in knowledge related to digital media use and EDs. 13 academics, clinicians, and non-profit staff participated in a national workshop. In two parallel focus groups, they discussed experiences of gaps in knowledge about digital media/mobile devices and EDs.

Conference

Conference7th European Communication Conference
Abbreviated titleECREA 2018
CountrySwitzerland
CityLugano
Period31/10/183/11/18
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Eating disorders
Digital media
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Keywords

  • digital media
  • eating disorders
  • marketing

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Eckler, P., Tonner, A., Cameron, J., Kleim, A., McAlinden, S., Rifay, H., ... Riley, S. (2018). Digital media and eating disorders: future directions for impactful research. Paper presented at 7th European Communication Conference , Lugano, Switzerland.
Eckler, Petya ; Tonner, Andrea ; Cameron, Julie ; Kleim, Anke ; McAlinden, Stephanie ; Rifay, Halilna ; Munro, Charles ; Oakley, Charlotte ; Preston, Sara ; Riley, Sarah . / Digital media and eating disorders : future directions for impactful research. Paper presented at 7th European Communication Conference , Lugano, Switzerland.
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Digital media and eating disorders : future directions for impactful research. / Eckler, Petya; Tonner, Andrea; Cameron, Julie; Kleim, Anke; McAlinden, Stephanie; Rifay, Halilna; Munro, Charles; Oakley, Charlotte ; Preston, Sara; Riley, Sarah .

2018. Paper presented at 7th European Communication Conference , Lugano, Switzerland.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

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