Feeding or Eating Disorders Hub
Welcome to the MindEd all age 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.
Select below for resources:
Click on the headings inside each box, to reveal more information about that resource, and at the bottom is a dropdown where all resources on the page are simply listed for ease of reference.
This content has been edited by Professor Ulrike Schmidt (MindEd AOP Eating Disorders Editor and Professor SLAM/KCL), Dr Mima Simic (joint Head of MCCAED and Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, SLaM) and Dr Raphael Kelvin (NHS England MindEd Consortium Clinical Educator 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
Dr Dasha Nicholls, Faculty of Medicine , Department of Brain Sciences Clinical Reader in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry - Imperial College London
Dr Simon Chapman, Consultant in Paediatrics and Adolescent Medicine - Kings College Hospital NHS FT
Ivan Eisler, joint head of MCCAED and Emeritus Professor - Kings College, London
Rachel Bryant-Waugh, Clinical Psychologist, SLaM
Elizabeth Dodge, MSc, Family Therapist
We also acknowledge the support and input of our wider expert stakeholder group including BEAT, the MindEd Consortium, and NHSEngland/Health Education England.
This document provides general information and discussions about health and related subjects. The information and other content provided in this document, or in any linked materials, are not intended and should not be construed as medical advice, nor is the information a substitute for professional medical expertise or treatment.
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