This project explores the relationship between school curriculum and the development of eating disorders among adolescents. It examines the perspectives of eating disorders advocates to shed light on how educational institutions can contribute positively to promoting a healthy body image and preventing the onset of eating disorders through early intervention. By analyzing the available literature and incorporating insights from advocates, this project will compare a New Hampshire school system curriculum and provide recommendations to the school system for implementing education strategies that foster body positivity and mental well-being among their students.
A video recording of this presentation is available here.
College or School
College of Professional Studies Granite Division
Program or Major
Health Care Management
Von George, Gary, "Exploring the Effects of School Curriculum on Adolescents with Eating Disorders" (2023). M.S. in Health Care Management. 10.