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NEDC virtual launch of Management of eating disorders for people with higher weight: clinical practice guideline
NEDC are excited to launch an important new resource, Management of eating disorders for people with higher weight: clinical practice guideline.

Despite the high prevalence of people experiencing eating disorders and high weight, eating disorders are consistently under-recognised and under-treated in this population. People who are of higher weight and experiencing an eating disorder have often experienced delayed identification of the eating disorder, misdiagnoses in assessment, subsequent inappropriate and inadequate treatment and widespread stigma. Previously, there has been little to guide clinicians on the management of eating disorders for people with higher weight. This guideline addresses this important gap.

The Management of eating disorders for people with higher weight: clinical practice guideline has been developed by NEDC after extensive review and consultation throughout 2020-22. The guideline synthesises the current best practice approaches to management of eating disorders for people with higher weight.

We look forward to welcoming you to our launch on 19 August.

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Aug 19, 2022 12:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Professor Phillipa Hay
Chair, NEDC Steering Committee and Guideline Development Group
Professor Hay, MD DPhil, is Foundation Chair of Mental Health at Western Sydney University (WSU) and Director Mental Health Research for SWSLHD . She is the Chair of the NEDC Steering Committee; Academic Lead of the multidisciplinary Eating Disorder and Body Image Network (EDBI) at Western Sydney University; and is the current Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Eating Disorders.
Dr Angelique Ralph
Research Lead, NEDC
Dr Angelique Ralph, BPsych(Hons) DClinPsych, PhD, holds the position of Research Lead at the National Eating Disorders Collaboration (NEDC). She is also an Adjunct Research Fellow at La Trobe University and a clinical psychologist working in private practice.
AJ Williams-Tchen
Lived Experience Advocate
AJ Williams-Tchen is of Wiradjuri/Wotjobulak background. He has lived experience with an eating disorder, trauma and Stolen Generation. He is the Founder of Girraway Ganyi Consultancy. He was awarded the AASW 2021 Aboriginal Social Worker of the Year. As a mental health social worker, he works in the clinical space, as well as providing Aboriginal cultural awareness, MHFA and cultural support programs in schools and workplaces.
Julia Quin
Lived Experience Advocate
Julia Quin is a passionate advocate, parent and peer support within the eating disorders community. Her daughter became ill with Atypical Anorexia Nervosa at the age of 16 and with the support of clinicians and peers she was able to take a lead role in supporting her refeeding and recovery. Julia is very active within the eating disorders community. She holds a position at Eating Disorders Victoria as a Carer Coach, an administrative position for IEDFS (International Eating Disorders Family Support) and supports families within her local community who are undertaking family-led refeeding.
Jo Farmer
Lived Experience Advocate
Jo Farmer has lived with disordered eating, primarily binge eating disorder, since she was a teenager. As a lived experience advocate, she has contributed to work with several not-for-profit organisations. She also writes about her experiences online and has provided submissions to several public inquiries on the mental health system. Professionally, Jo combines her lived experience with policy and evaluation skills, as an independent evaluation consultant in the mental health and family violence sectors.
Dr Sarah Trobe
National Manager, NEDC
Dr Sarah Trobe, PhD ClinPsych, holds the position of National Manager for the National Eating Disorders Collaboration with her work sitting across a number of projects focusing on building the system of care for the prevention and treatment of eating disorders, including workforce development, system improvement, and clinical standards. She is also a registered clinical psychologist.