|Title, Synopsis and Publications||Investigators and Collaborators|
The longitudinal impact of disordered eating on middle-age women
Recent research (Wade, Wilksch and Lee, 2012) has identified that young women with any levels of disordered eating is associated with protracted impairment to quality of life. This project seeks to expand this research to investigating the impact of disordered eating on quality of life among women in midlife, and comparing these findings with the results for young women.
Prof Christina Lee
Dr Kate Fairweather-Schmidt
Prof Tracey Wade