Early intervention in eating disorders accelerates recovery, improves outcomes, reduces costs and, above all, saves lives.
We estimate that around 1.25 million people in the UK have an eating disorder. We will revise this estimate as new data becomes available.
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Beat has launched new guidance encouraging healthcare providers to ensure better support for families of people with eating disorders.
An estimated 1.25 million people in the UK have an eating disorder. They are not ‘diets gone wrong’, narcissistic, fads or phases.
In 2018/2019 Beat conducted research into access, waiting times and staffing levels at NHS adult community eating disorder services in England.
Eating disorders are serious mental illnesses that can have devastating long-term consequences and may even be fatal if not treated early.
'Short-changed' report into funding for children and young people’s eating disorder services in England published.
'Hit and Miss': Experiences of people with eating disorders seeking help from healthcare professionals
The findings of our 'Hit and Miss' report in Scotland
The findings of our 'Hit and Miss' report in Wales
The findings of our 'Hit and Miss' report in Northern Ireland
Find out more about the research into eating disorders carried out by Beat and other institutions.
EDIC’s programme is designed by experts and influenced by the experiences of people who have recovered from their illness or family members who have supported a loved one through recovery.
Keynotes will present on topics of critical importance, while workshop recordings, short paper and poster presentations will explore a wider range of emerging research findings.
EDIC 2021 is a fantastic opportunity to engage with the cutting edge of research and to explore how it can be used to improve policy and practice for people affected by eating disorders.
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