For more information on our ongoing research projects, treatment and prevention models, and visions for the field, check out our presentations below.
ISRII 2017 - VISUALIZING AND ANALYZING BIG DATA SETS: RESULTS FROM THE STUDENT BODIES-EATING DISORDERS STUDY
Dr. Burkhardt Funk, a research professor and collaborator from Leuphana University in Germany, presented initial findings from in-program data for our Student Bodies-Eating Disorders program. Topics included machine learning, data visualization, and text message analysis.
ISRII 2017 - National screening for eating disorders in the united states: reach, level of pathology observed, and implications for disseminating internet-based interventions
Rachael Flatt presented findings from the Stanford-Washington Eating Disorder Screen disseminated through the National Eating Disorders Association. Results included responses from almost 100,000 individuals from all across the United States.
ISRII 2017 - training and evaluating online coaches for eating disorder programs
Dr. Shiri Sadeh-Sharvit presented findings from the Healthy Body Image study related to coaching models in online guided self-help programs. Topics included coaching training, supervision, adherence, competence, and fidelity.