KU Lands Grant to Develop Eating Disorder Screening Tool For Military, VAMay 12, 2019 | :
by Hays Post
LAWRENCE — When one thinks of the military, images of elite, highly fit soldiers often come to mind. Conversely, talk of eating disorders generally steers toward undernourished individuals, often young women. However, data has shown that the prevalence of eating disorders in the military is roughly the same as in general society, and two University of Kansas researchers have secured a grant from the Department of Defense to develop a screening to detect eating disorders among the nation’s soldiers and identify organizational barriers to identifying and treating them.
Oakton Community College
Associate Vice President for Military Programs
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Assistant Director of Military and Veteran Services (Reg PT)
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