Supporting patients with body dissatisfaction: A survey of the experiences and training needs of European multi-disciplinary healthcare professionals
Author DetailsHeidi Williamson (a), Paolo Antonelli (b), Åsa Bringsén (c), Gareth Davies (d), Davide Dèttore (b), Diana Harcourt (a), Gita Hedin (c), Arnoldas Jurgutis (e), Faustas Stepukonis (e), Ümit Tural (f), Ayşe Dilara Yalçın (f), Martin Persson (a) - (a) Centre for Appearance Research, University of the West of England, UK; (b) Department of Health Sciences, University of Florence, Italy; (c) School of Health and Society, Kristianstad University, Kristianstad, Sweden; (d) European Cleft Organisation, Netherlands; (e) Department of Public Health, Klaipeda University, Lithuania; (f) Department of Psychiatry, Medical Faculty of Kocaeli University, Turkey
Date of Publication2018
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