SHORT PAPER SESSION A

09 December 2021 11:15 - 12:45

Short 10 minute presentations on current and recent research studies

i) Specialised post-inpatient psychotherapy for sustained recovery in anorexia nervosa via video conference: the randomised controlled SUSTAIN trial
Katrin Giel, University Tübingen; Peter Martus, University Tübingen; Kathrin Schag, University Tübingen; Stephan Herpertz, University Bochum; Tobias Hofmann,  Charité University Hospital Berlin; Antonius Schneider, Technical University Munich; Martin Teufel, University Essen, Ulrich Voderholzer, Ludwig Maximilians University Munich; Beate Wild, University Heidelberg; Almut Zeeck, University Freiburg; Ulrike Schmidt, King’s College London

ii) Adherence in a smartphone-delivered therapist-guided aftercare intervention in patients with anorexia nervosa (SMART-AN study)
Sandra Schegl, University Hospital of Munich; Christina Neumayr, Schoen Clinic Roseneck; Jenna Tregarthen, Recovery Road Inc; Ulrich Voderholzer, Schoen Clinic Roseneck

iii) Results of a randomised controlled trial on the effectiveness of an internet-based intervention and expert-patient support for eating disorders
Pieter Rorbach, GGZ Rivierduinen Eating Disorders Ursula; Alexandra Dingemans, GGZ Rivierduinen Eating Disorders Ursula, Philip Spinhoven, Leiden University; Joost Van Ginkel, Leiden University; Tom Wilderjans, Leiden University; Elske Van den Akker-Van Marle, Leiden University; Eric van Furth, Rivierduinen Eating Disorders Ursula

iv) An evaluation of efficacy and acceptability of a novel manualised JuniorLEAP group programme for compulsive exercise, for adolescents with anorexia nervosa
Luisa Mang, Schoen-Newbridge; Amie Garghan, Schoen-Newbridge; Jessica Grant, Schoen-Newbridge; Rachel Matthews, Schoen-Newbridge, Hubert Lacey, St George’s University, London

v) Self-esteem as a catalyst for change in adolescent with anorexia nervosa: a randomised controlled trial of a new group therapy
Hannah Biney, Schoen-Newbridge; Emma Giles, Schoen-Newbridge; Matt Hutt, Schoen-Newbridge; Rachel Matthews, Schoen-Newbridge; Hubert Lacey, St George’s University of London