Adult Eating Disorders Hub

Welcome to the MindEd adult eating disorders hub. This is for all professionals, from universal to specialist. Here you can find key trusted evidence-based learning, curated and approved by our expert panel. We hope this will make it easier to find the learning you need for your training, and continued professional development.

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Acknowledgements

This content has been edited by Professor Ulrike Schmidt (MindEd AOP Eating Disorders Editor and Professor SLAM/KCL) and Dr Raphael Kelvin MindEd Consortium Clinical Lead) with close support of:

Suzanne Farrell NHSe Programme Manager – Community Mental Health, Mental Health Team, Chief Operating Officer’s Directorate, NHS England & NHS Improvement (National)

Dr. William Rhys Jones, Consultant Psychiatrist - CONNECT: The West Yorkshire, Adult Eating Disorders Service

Dr Karina Allen, Consultant Clinical Psychologist - Eating Disorders Outpatients Service | South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust

Professor Paul Robinson, Nutrition Science Group - Division of Medicine, University College London

Dr Nikola Kern, SLAM ED Services/KCL

Amy Semple, National Programme Manager Early Intervention Eating Disorders- NIHR/Academic Health Sciences Network, Health innovation network South London

Frances Connan, Clinical Director - CNWL NHS FT London

Further support is available from NHS England.

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