AED General Guidelines for Research-Practice Integration in the Field of Eating Disorders

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A knowledge base built on information from research and practice is critical for providing the highest quality patient care for people living with an eating disorder. The Academy for Eating Disorders (AED) developed these general guidelines to help strengthen research-practice integration in the field of eating disorders. 


AuthorDeveloped by the AED Research-Practice Committee (2009)

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