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Title: Revisió sistemàtica sobre factors de risc dels trastorns de la conducta alimentària: proposta d’un programa d’educació i prevenció
Author: Sacrest Gascón, Clàudia
Tutor: Vila-Badia, Regina  
Keywords: eating disorder
social skills
Issue Date: 5-Jan-2022
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: Introduction. Recently, there has been an increase in cases of Eating Disorders (ED) and a decrease in the age of onset of these problems. The high exposure to social networks and the effects they have on mental health, as well as the fact that this exposure occurs at younger and younger ages, has caused cases of ED to skyrocket. This has highlighted the need to carry out education and prevention programs in this population. Therefore, the objective was to carry out a systematic review to assess the risk factors of ED and, based on these, to develop a proposal for a school-based ED prevention program. Method. A systematic review was performed based o Pubmed, Scopus and Web of Science databases (2018-2022). Based on the PRISMA methodology, a selection of articles was made according to some inclusion and exclusion criteria, to select interesting articles for the subsequent elaboration of the program. Results: 385 articles were found, of which 16 were included in the review. In these, information was obtained on how low self-esteem, body dissatisfaction, perfectionism, emotional dysregulation, the internalization of a ideal of beauty and social comparison are risk factors for the development of ED. Conclusions. Based on the risk factors observed in the different studies, a theoretical-practical education and prevention program of 18 weekly sessions has been drawn up to be implemented in schools in 4th, 5th and 6th grades where those are addressed with the aim of preventing ED.
Language: Catalan
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