Eating Disorders Research

Further research is essential to helping us end the pain and suffering of eating disorders. You can help us and other researchers continue to learn more about these complex mental illnesses by taking part in research projects.

If you have personal experience of an eating disorder as a sufferer, carer, or professional, and you are interested in participating in research, please follow us on social media to receive a notification whenever a new research opportunity becomes available.

Please note: Some people can find participating in research to be a triggering experience. If you are at all concerned about this, please make sure to read each study's information sheet carefully and to get in contact with the researcher to ask them any questions you might have about participation. Also, please feel free to discuss any concerns with others close to you and perhaps a healthcare professional if you are currently receiving treatment, before deciding whether to take part. Your health and well being should be the top priority.

Investigating the use of virtual reality food scenarios

30/01/2020

Synopsis  We are looking for participants aged 18 years and over to take p...

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Leicestershire Partnership NHS

Improving transitions between CAMHS and Adult eating disorder se...

22/07/2019

What is the purpose of the research?  The purpose of the research is to fi...

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Fathers’ experiences of their sons’ eating disorder

28/06/2019

Synopsis This study aims to explore fathers’ experiences of their sons’ eating...

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Social information processing in adolescents with eating disorde...

30/10/2018

What is the purpose of the research?  The purpose of the research is to fi...

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Triangle: Transition Care in Anorexia Nervosa Through Guidance O...

19/03/2018

Synopsis  TRIANGLE is a multi-centre study, led by Professor Janet Treasur...

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National Centre for Mental Health (NCMH) Research Network

National Centre for Mental Health (NCMH) Research Network

03/05/2017

What is the purpose of the research? The National Centre for Mental Health is t...

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