Pediatric Eating Disorders - Avoidance Food Restriction Intake Disorder (ARFID) for the Inpatient Pediatrician 1.31.23
Review the current definition of Avoidance Food Restriction Intake Disorder (ARFID).
Review the epidemiology and prevalence.
Discuss how it differs from Anorexia Nervosa and is there overlap?
Who is most at risk and why do they get ARFID
Discuss inpatient management when patients present for the first time with ARFID, what are the steps we need to take, what are we concerned about?
What should be our inpatient admission goals for a patient admitted due to their ARFID?
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Tamara Maginot, PhD, Pediatric Psychologist Behavioral Medicine Program Director, Medical Behavioral Unit Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry UC San Diego Eating Disorders Center for Treatment and Research
Kay Rhee MD, MSc, MA, Professor of Pediatrics at UC San Diego/Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego Medical Director of the Medical Behavioral Unit/Eating Disorder Unit at Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego
Christiane Lenzen, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor, Pediatrics UCSD Sand Diego, Pediatric Hospitalist
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