Royal Colleges & Universities

Royal College of Psychiatrists

Medical emergencies in eating disorders (MEED): Guidance on recognition and management

Anorexia and bulimia

Eating disorders in young people: for parents and carers

Royal College of Nurses 

Exploring quality of life in women with severe and enduring anorexia nervosa

Royal College of Physicians 

Supporting people who have eating and drinking difficulties

British Psychological Society

Trainee clinical psychologists and qualified clinical psychologists working with people with eating disorders

Royal College of General Pathologists (RCGP)

Eating Disorders in Men

Collated list of the above resources 

Further support is available from NHS England.


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