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(p. 59) Implementation Issues 

(p. 59) Implementation Issues
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(p. 59) Implementation Issues
Author(s):

Eric Stice

, Paul Rohde

, and Heather Shaw

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199859245.003.0006
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date: 17 September 2019

Thousands of young female students have participated in the Body Project. Different implementation issues can arise depending on the delivery setting. When securing administrative support to deliver the program it is important to present the empirical support received, and the number of eating disorder cases that can potentially be prevented. Challenges to delivery that can arise include engaging quiet participants, challenging scheduling issues, and dealing with a range of levels to which individuals have internalized the thin-ideal. This chapter provides tips on how to deal with these issues as they arise.

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