The comorbidity between Feeding and Eating Disorders and Personality Disorders: A systematic review of current status
Purpose of review: to update the state of art about the comorbidity between Feeding and Eating Disorders (FEDs) and Personality Disorders (PDs), referring to the categorical of the latest versions of the Statistical and Diagnostic Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM): DSM-IV, DSM-IV-TR and DSM-5. The following state-of-art literature review has been carried out since 2014, to which is possible to trace the latest findings about the topic.
Spiniello Giulia, Sapuppo Walter
IJEDO 2022;4:20-29 | doi:10.32044/ijedo.2022.05
Published: 26 July 2022
Il progetto “Autoscatto”: un intervento educativo nei disturbi del comportamento alimentare mediante l’utilizzo del Modello Transteorico del Cambiamento di Prochaska e Diclemente
I disturbi della nutrizione e dell’alimentazione rappresentano una problematica significativa all’interno della salute pubblica. Un importante approfondimento teorico sui trattamenti è fornito dalle linee guida regionali e nazionali, quali l’allegato 1 alla delibera 668 del 2017 della Regione Friuli-Venezia Giulia e il documento “Appropriatezza clinica, strutturale e operativa nella prevenzione, diagnosi e terapia dei disturbi dell’alimentazione” pubblicato nel 2013 dal Ministero della Salute.
Tironi Gloria, Valenta Maria Luisa, Mariani Marta
IJEDO 2022;4:14-19 | doi:10.32044/ijedo.2022.04
Published: 29 June 2022
The first description of the dangerous coexistence of type 1 diabetes with eating disorders was published in the 1980s (Szmukler, 1984). Initially, the specificity of this association was uncertain.
Dalle Grave Riccardo
IJEDO 2022;4:11-13 | doi:10.32044/ijedo.2022.03
Published: 15 April 2022
Development of the CBT-E Components Checklist: A tool for measuring therapist self-rated adherence to CBT-E
Few tools to encourage therapists to implement evidence based psychological treatments as designed exist. Assessing therapist “competence” (implementing therapeutic procedures well) by evaluating the quality of their treatment sessions is problematic for multiple reasons.
Bailey-Straebler Suzanne, Cooper Zafra, Dalle Grave Riccardo, Calugi Simona, Murphy Rebecca
IJEDO 2022;4:6-10 | doi:10.32044/ijedo.2022.02
Published: 5 April 2022
Cognitive behaviour therapy for adolescents with eating disorders: An effective alternative to the disease-based treatments
Several clinical services offer eclectic multidisciplinary treatments with no evidence of efficacy and effectiveness for adolescents with eating disorders. These treatments are usually based on the ‘disease model’ of eating disorders. The model postulates that eating disorders are the result of a specific disease (i.e., anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa or other eating disorders), and patients are considered not to have control of their illness.
Dalle Grave Riccardo, Calugi Simona
IJEDO 2022;4:1-5 | doi:10.32044/ijedo.2022.01
Published: 10 January 2022
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a common and very distressing condition in women of reproductive age. International evidence-based guideline for the assessment and management of polycystic ovary syndrome was published in 2018, with a governance including an international advisory board from six continents.
Carole Wehbe Chidiac
IJEDO 2021;3:12-14 | doi:10.32044/ijedo.2021.02
Published: 19 February 2021
Enhanced cognitive behaviour therapy for adolescents with eating disorders: A systematic review of current status and future perspectives
This systematic review analysed published data on the effectiveness of enhanced cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT-E) for adolescents with eating disorders. Of the 28 papers retrieved, eight (6 case series, 1 prospective cohort study, and 1 non-randomized effectiveness trial) met the inclusion criteria and revealed the following five findings.
Dalle Grave Riccardo, Conti Maddalena, Sartirana Massimiliano, Sermattei Selvaggia, Calugi Simona
IJEDO 2021;3:1-11 | doi:10.32044/ijedo.2021.01
Published: 3 February 2021
Evaluating renal function and defining protein requirements in patients affected by anorexia nervosa: a case report
Anorexia Nervosa (AN) is associated with high somatic comorbidities. Among them, impaired renal function is frequently overlooked by physicians. Since a high rate of individuals affected by AN may become chronically ill, assessing renal function is crucial to prevent further deterioration of the kidney-related condition.
Giovanna Onfiani, Francesca Carubbi, Elisa Pellegrini
IJEDO 43-48 | doi:10.32044/ijedo.2020.08
Published: 22 December 2020
In a recent review article, Eskild-Jensen et al. (2020) aimed to examine “comorbid depression as a negative predictor of weight gain during treatment of anorexia nervosa” (cf. title, p. 605) or more generally “the influence of psychiatric comorbidity on weight gain during treatment of anorexia nervosa” (cf. abstract, p. 605).
Adrian Meule, Sandra Schlegl, Ulrich Voderholzer
IJEDO 2020;2:41-42 | doi:10.32044/ijedo.2020.07
Published: 21 December 2020
Binge-eating disorder (BED) is characterized by the presence of recurrent binge-eating episodes not followed by the recurrent use of compensatory behaviors, occurring at least once a week for three months...
Riccardo Dalle Grave, Massimiliano Sartirana, Simona Calugi
IJEDO 2020;2:29-40 | doi:10.32044/ijedo.2020.06
Published: 1 October 2020
LA CBT-E a distanza nei programmi di riabilitazione residenziale intensiva per i disturbi dell’alimentazione durante l’epidemia COVID-19
Nella nostra Unità di Riabilitazione Nutrizionale Intensiva di Villa del Principe (Genova - Italia) l’utilizzo di soluzioni di terapia a distanza per somministrare la terapia cognitivo comportamentale migliorata (CBT-E) è stata una scelta obbligata per garantire la continuità dei programmi di cura dei pazienti con disturbi dell’alimentazione.
IJEDO 2020;2:24-28 | doi:10.32044/ijedo.2020.05
Published: 19 May 2020
This study aimed to conduct a systematic review on the effects of available treatments for avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID).
Anna Dalle Grave, Walter Sapuppo
IJEDO 2020;2:13-23 | doi:10.32044/ijedo.2020.04
Published: 15 May 2020
The Nutritional Counseling consists of a set of techniques of conducting the nutritional meeting, aimed at creating a good relational climate; it comes to help, through a non-judgemental approach.
Emanuela Oliveri, Fabio Scaramelli, Stefania Macagno
IJEDO 2020;2:8-12 | doi:10.32044/ijedo.2020.03
Published: 30 April 2020
Intermitting fasting has been proposed as a dietary strategy to improve general health indicators, slow or reverse disease processes and aging.
Riccardo Dalle Grave
IJEDO 2020;2:5-7 | doi:10.32044/ijedo.2020.02
Published: 17 February 2020
AIDAP, in this position paper, recommends to completely reconsider the role of the psychologist, not only in the assessment, but also in the obesity management.
Simona Calugi, Selvaggia Sermattei, Massimiliano Sartirana, Lucia Camporese, Domenico Filardo, Sara Campagna, Arianna Banderali, Marco Massa, Francesco Iarrera, Riccardo Dalle Grave
IJEDO 2020;2:1-4 | doi:10.32044/ijedo.2020.01