‘Current evidence for avoidant restrictive food intake disorder: Implications for clinical practice and future directions’
Open Access paper from JCPP Advances
A narrative review was conducted to synthesise the findings of ARFID papers in scientific journals focussing on four key areas relevant to clinical practice: prevalence, assessment and characterisation of clinical presentations, treatment, and service delivery. Freely available online databases were searched for case studies and series, research reports, review articles, and meta-analyses. Findings were reviewed and practice implications considered, resulting in proposed clinical recommendations and future research directions.
Authors: Tanith Archibald, Rachel Bryant-Waugh
First published: 03 April 2023
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