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Impact of social media on people living with eating disorders during COVID-19

The unprecedented consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic have meant that majority of the population have been working from, and confined to their homes for many...
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Hijacked Without Warning – Searching for signs of impending anorexia nervosa.

Hijacked Without Warning – Searching for signs of impending anorexia nervosa.

Originally published here and written by Cynthia M. Bulik Ph.D. Cynthia M. Bulik, Lead Investigator of EDGI Being fairly long-in-the-tooth in the eating...
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Saving lives and restoring hope – bringing eating disorders out of the Shadows

The ‘End Eating Disorders’ podcast has today (2 November 2020) launched. “There is always hope” – that’s the simple message for eating disorder sufferers at...
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Managing eating disorders – insights for HCPs

Dr Sarah Maguire, EDGI advocate, clinical psychologist, and Director of the InsideOut Institute for Eating Disorders, featured on a Medical Republic podcast this week (October...
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Call for increased awareness of eating disorder prevalence in high-performance sport

The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) has this week (Monday, September 7) announced a partnership with the National Eating Disorders Collaboration (NEDC) to call for...
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Study revealing impact of COVID-19 on people living with eating disorders

Originally published here EDGI Lead Investigator, founding Director of the UNC Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders (CEED) and Distinguished Professor of Eating Disorders at...
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Eating disorders – the carers’ perspective on their impact

Today’s blog features the final instalment of the five-part series offering us a front row seat to the studies being presented by the New Zealand...
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How long does it take to access ED treatment?

Welcome back for the third instalment of our five-part blog series providing you with insights into new research and data coming out of the University...
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Eating disorders – the carers’ perspective on treatment

During the second week of the International Conference on Eating Disorder (ICED) 2020, we are pleased to share the second instalment of our five-part blog...
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Brittany Foetschl

Brittany’s story

Brittany, 30, Senior transport operations controller who grappled with anorexia nervosa for eight years, SYDNEY After experiencing bullying from her school peers, Brittany, now aged...
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Emelia’s story

Emelia, 34, Dancer who has wrestled with anorexia nervosa for the past decade, SYDNEY Emelia, 34, Sydney, who loves to express herself through dance, began...
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Amy’s story

Amy, 33, Mum & early childhood teacher who waged a decade-long battle with anorexia nervosa, MELBOURNE Mum-of-one and early childhood teacher, Amy, 33, Melbourne was...
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Katie’s story

Katie, 27, Dietetics student & former model who was diagnosed with anorexia nervosa at the age of 22, PERTH Dietetics student and former model, Katie,...
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Eloise’s story

Eloise, 24, Influencer, avid traveller and eating disorders coach who has waged an almost-life-long battle with binge eating disorder, PERTH Social media influencer, avid traveller...
Georgia Lawrie

Georgia’s story

Georgia, 22, Community mental health worker who harnessed her personal experience of anorexia nervosa for good, ADELAIDE Community mental health worker, Georgia, 22, Adelaide has...
Lexi, 31, Brisbane

Lexi’s story

Lexi, 31, Clinical nutritionist who endured more than 25 hospitalisations with anorexia nervosa over 18 years, BRISBANE Clinical nutritionist, Lexi, 31, Brisbane, first began to...
Emily, 28, Sydney

Emily’s story

Emily, 28, HR lead & gym enthusiast in recovery from anorexia nervosa, SYDNEY HR lead and gym enthusiast, Emily, 28, Sydney was known for her...

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