Male body dissatisfaction and eating-disordered behaviour
Body dissatisfaction is a serious and growing concern for males
Friday June 23, 2017, 10am to 11am AEST
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Approaches to treatment
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About the Presenter:
Dr Jonathan Mond is currently Senior Research Fellow in the Centre for Rural Health (University of Tasmania) and Adjunct Associate Professor in the School of Medicine (Western Sydney University). Dr Mond’s research focuses on community-based studies of body dissatisfaction (BD), body weight, and eating-disordered behaviour (EDB) including: assessment of BD and EDB; associated impairment in quality of life; delineation of the individual and community health burden; the role of BD and EDB in mediating the associations between obesity and quality of life impairment; health literacy relating to BD, EDB and obesity; and integration of eating disorders obesity prevention and health promotion programs. Dr Mond has presented findings from his research at the Australasian Society for Psychiatric Research, the Australian Psychological Society, the Australian and New Zealand Obesity Society, the Academy for Eating Disorders (AED) and the Eating Disorders Research Society (EDRS). His work in these and other areas of research is widely cited and has been featured in print media, radio and television programs throughout Australia and overseas. Previously Associate Editor of the Journal of Eating Disorders, he is currently Associate Editor of the Journal of Mental Health and BMC Public Health.
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