National Eating Disorders Collaboration Consultation Papers: Evidence in Practice Implementing the National Framework

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This National Eating Disorders Collaboration resource published in 2014 is comprised of the following four distinct documents: 

1. Treatment Standards - Exploring opportunities to implement the National Standards Schema for Eating Disorders

2. Planning Treatment Services - Exploring opportunities to implement community based service 

3. Planning an Intensive Outpatient Service

4. Intervention for Prevention - Exploring opportunities to implement the coordinated approaches to eating disorders prevention

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