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yoyogirl 25-09-2018 08:48 PM

University research ideas
tw eating disorders, bmi criteria

Hi All

So we all know that I am heading off to university this year at last to finally finish my degree, after a long battle with the Open University and the issues with job seeking and my own personal health issues.

However, I am now thinking about my dissertation and although i will be starting it in years time, i am wondering what on earth is it going to be about and if anyone could lend me a hand.

My possible suggestions for dissertation :-

Criticism of the bmi criteria for eating disorder and how far and individual would go to in order to seek the appropiate medical and psychological attention.

To consider if community mental health teams could consider the possibility of testing their patients/service users for addisons disease on the basis of stress, anxiety and the HPA fight and flight response to stress.

For all patients/service users with mental health issues to have regular contact with their psychiatrists and not every three to six months.

Shorter referrral rates for diagnosis, treatment in mental health servcies from eighteen weeks to thirteen weeks


Iamcatbug 26-09-2018 09:29 AM

To be honest, this is probably something you’d need to discuss with lecturers at your university.

yoyogirl 25-10-2018 01:37 AM

Im for people’s ideas and experiences so I can get picture of in my mind of what these issues look like.
Or if anyone has written a dissertation and could offer me any advice, so when the dreaded D word comes.... I have an idea of what’s it’s gonna be like.

Accidentally Abstract 20-11-2018 07:16 PM

I've never done a dissertation (I didn't manage to finish my degree due to my mental health etc. either) but I understand that lecturers/dissertation supervisors are really helpful in relation to discussing ideas and what would be feasible/ethical etc.

All the best with finishing the degree. :)

Iamcatbug 27-11-2018 10:54 AM

Know this is a late reply, but universities often keep some past students dissertations in their libraries for current students to look at.

bitomato 21-12-2018 04:17 AM

What is your degree in? I chose my thesis/ dissertation based on what I could find documentation on and what my options were. All of your subject suggestions seem really personal, and I am not clear on what your topics are. Have you discussed which ones are feasible to the university?

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