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A Quality Network for Eating Disorders (QED) is being developed
in association with the Royal College of Psychiatrists. The aim is
for the Quality Network to start with an assurance framework and
progress over time to an accreditation framework. A core
standards working group has been established and work is
progressing. Group members:
Standards will be derived from existing guidelines
and standards for care including:
A listserve has
been established for the Quality Network for Eating Disorders
(QED). All meeting attendees and members of the Eating
Disorders Faculty of the Royal College of Psychiatrists are
encouraged to recruit colleagues of all disciplines, and interested
service users to join the listserve. Email Paul Robinson to join
The further development of QED
will be conducted via the listserve, so it is vital that
collectively we recruit as many participants as possible to ensure
a broad based constituency for the network.
modules can be proposed via the listserve.
1. Securing funding for development work.
2. Facilitating establishment
of working groups for development of Core Standards.
Services will be recruited to join the Quality Network for
Eating Disorders (QED) once Core Standards and initial Module
Standards and Criteria have been established. From this point, the
Network will become self funded through fees paid by member
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