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Research

Effective treatment approaches for anorexia nervosa (AN) in women with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD)

Questionnaire meant for:
Women with anorexia nervosa (AN) who also have an autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

Who can participate?
Women with anorexia nervosa (AN) who also have an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and have: received treatment for their anorexia nervosa (AN) not (yet) received treatment for their anorexia nervosa (AN)

Explanation survey:
This survey consists of 10 questions and will take approximately 40 minutes. The time for completing the survey may vary individually.
Below you can find a short explanation about the purpose and content of the survey. It is desirable to read these notes before starting the survey. If you have questions after reading these notes or when completing the survey, you can contact me by e-mail using the following e-mail address: grund.brenda@gmail.com.

Goal:
– Researching which aspects of treatment for anorexia nervosa are of interest in the treatment of women with anorexia nervosa (AN) who also have an autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
– Researching which qualities in therapists are important in guiding/ treating women with anorexia nervosa (AN) who also have an autism spectrum disorder (ASD)

Explanation:
First and foremost, treatment and counseling is a personal experience.
When answering the questions, it is about which aspects that you think/ feel are of value/ could be of value. There are no right or wrong answers. All answers are correct because they reflect your experience.

Anonymity and privacy:
All information that you provide by participating in this research will be processed anonymously.
The survey data are identified via an encrypted environment.

Research participation:
When you participate in the survey, you have the option to be notified of the results of this study. There is an option in the survey to let me know. Amongst the participants 10 silver jewellery sets consisting of a bracelet and a pair of earrings will be raffled.

 

Student: B.A. Grund
University: NTI Leiden, The Netherlands
Study: Bachelor Social Work
Supervisor: Monique Slangen-Ramakers
Organization: JIJ Foundation Rotterdam, The Netherlands