We are developing a series of resources for health professionals to help in the recognition and management of anxiety, depression and eating disorders.
The resources covering eating disorders are AVAILABLE NOW…
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This eLearning provides vital knowledge and skills for ALL health professionals who might come across eating disorders in their day-to-day clinical work.
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Written by Janet Treasure BSc (Physiol) PhD MBBS FRCP FRCPsych, Elizabeth McNaught MBBS DRCOG, and Nick Pollard BSc (Psych) MBPsS FRSA, the Oxford Specialist Handbook on Eating Disorders is a one-stop-shop reference book.
It covers the aetiology, epidemiology, risk factors, diagnostic criteria, management and treatment for: anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, ARFID, pica, rumination disorder, OSFED, and a number of emerging eating disorder diagnoses. It also covers common comorbidities, ethical and legal aspects, and acute emergency care (including the new guidelines on managing emergencies in eating disorders – MEED – from the Royal College of Psychiatrists).
Each chapter is accompanied by case stories drawn from real-life examples and culminates in a summary of the key need-to-know facts.
Watch the authors introduce the book and the eLearning
Interested in arranging a one-day facilitated course?
The eLearning can also be provided as a one-day course facilitated by experts from Maudsley Learning. If you are interested in arranging such a course (perhaps for your GP surgery team, or other group of health professionals) please send us an email to tell us a little about the group of learners you would like to bring together, and a rough idea of dates that would suit you.