NEDC Eating Disorders: key considerations for service providers

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NEDC is dedicated to developing and implementing a nationally consistent, evidence-based system of care for the prevention and treatment of eating disorders. This document synthesises key evidence-based guidelines and frameworks to support healthcare services to understand their role in identifying, responding to, and/or treating eating disorders.

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