Neurobiology of Eating Disorders: Translating Research into Clinical Practice
Presenter: Molly McShane, MD, MPH, FAPA

Date: August 19, 2017

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The program was clear and well organized.
The program met the stated learning objective: Identify two neurotransmitters involved in eating disorders and explain how they are related to harm avoidance and other associated temperaments.
The program met the stated learning objective: List two classes of psychiatric medications used in the treatment of eating disorders and explain how these medications affect brain chemistry.
The program met the stated learning objective: Describe how to use a neurobiological case conceptualization to inform recommendations for appropriate eating disorder treatment.
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