People with eating disorder

Briefly define key terms as they apply to their marginalized population. To do this, you need to search academic literature, government and non-government sources, including web-based reports. The content areas may overlap, so group members will need to share information with each other in order to develop a coherent and comprehensive presentation. Your presentation will:
• Critically discuss issues and factors contributing to the marginalisation, stigma and/ or discrimination of your allocated population in Australian society.
• Explain how the biomedical and/or the social model of health contribute to an understanding of the health and social issues faced by people within this marginalised population. Is one model more relevant than another?
• Identify and analyse current services for members of your marginalised population (as provided by government, private sector and/or civil society). Do these sectors work in partnership or do they have different agendas and goals?
• Identify barriers to the uptake of appropriate health and social services and propose recommendations to improve access and utilisation. For example, consider ways to enhance culturally appropriate services, where culture may be influenced by age, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, migrant experience, socio-economic status or religion.
• Explain how health equity and a human rights approach could reduce the marginalisation, stigmatisation and/or discrimination of your target population. Is there a “success story” from another country or an international agency where the human rights of this marginalised group have been improved by positive intervention?