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

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The National Eating Disorders Framework standards schema includes seven core principles and four
implementation principles which, if implemented together, provide the foundation for an effective
and consistent system to address eating disorders.

The principles of prevention and treatment focus on access to comprehensive, coordinated
approaches that provide individually tailored pathways that can be consistently implemented.
The principles are predicated on the need to be informed by evidence from research and the lived
experience.

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