Developing Practical Approaches to Eating Disorders: Developing a Skilled Workforce

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This consultation paper is intended to help people and organisations with an interest in delivering eating disorders services to identify strategies for workforce development. The paper provides information on core competencies and professional development strategies. It also provides an opportunity for people to provide feedback to the NEDC on the challenges in implementing workforce development in practice.

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