Introduction to "The Last Word on Prevention" Leigh Cohn 1. Accelerating progress in eating disorders prevention: A call for policy translation research and training S. Bryn Austin 2. Optimizing prevention programs and maximizing public health impact are not the same thing Jonathan M. Mond 3. Eating disorders prevention: Looking backward, moving forward; looking inward, moving outward Dianne Neumark-Sztainer 4. The role of protective factors in the prevention of negative body image and disordered eating Michael P. Levine and Linda Smolak 5. How to block the ways to eating disorders Greta Noordenbos 6. A call for social justice and best practices for the integrated prevention of eating disorders and obesity Shelly Russell-Mayhew and Angela D. Grace 7. Building partnerships with prevention experts targeting other mental health problems Gail McVey 8. The implementation of evidence-based eating disorder prevention programs Heather Shaw and Eric Stice 9. Our critics might have valid concerns: Reducing our propensity to conflate Carolyn Black Becker 10. Integrating exercise and mindfulness for an emerging conceptual framework: The intuitive approach to prevention and health promotion (IAPHP) Justine J. Reel, Jacquelyn J. Lee and Abby Bellows 11. Embodied self-regulation and mindful self-care in the prevention of eating disorders Catherine Cook-Cottone 12. Re-thinking eating disorder prevention: The case for prioritizing the promotion of healthy identity development Alexandra F. Corning and Haley D. Heibel 13. Including the excluded: Males and gender minorities in eating disorder prevention Leigh Cohn, Stuart B. Murray, Andrew Walen and Tom Wooldridge
Leigh Cohn is the Editor-in-Chief of Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, and the co-author/editor of more than a dozen books. He has spoken on males and eating disorders at professional conferences and universities, and has received numerous awards from various eating disorders organizations.