- Consensus statement on considerations for treating vegan patients with eating disorders (PDF) Mar 2019
- Safe patients and high-quality services: a guide to job descriptions and job plans for consultant psychiatrists (PDF) CR207 Nov 2017
- Eating disorders in the UK: policies for service distribution, service development and training (PDF) CR170 Mar 2012
- Parents as patients: Supporting the needs of patients who are parents and their children (PDF) CR164 Jan 2011
- Psychological Therapies in Psychiatry and Primary Care (PDF) CR151 Jun 2008
- Role of the Consultant Psychiatrist in Psychotherapy (PDF) CR139 May 2006
- Guidelines for the nutritional management of Anorexia Nervosa (PDF) CR130 Jul 2005 (charge applies).
- Early intervention for eating disorders (PDF) May 2019
- ED Faculty response to MHRA review: Laxative abuse in eating disorders (PDF).
Management of Really Sick Patients with Anorexia (MaRSiPAN) reports
- MARSIPAN: Management of Really Sick Patients with Anorexia Nervosa (2nd edn) (PDF) CR189 Oct 2014
- Junior MARSIPAN: Management of Really Sick Patients under 18 with Anorexia Nervosa (PDF) CR168 Jan 2012.
Find out more and become a member of the Academy for Eating Disorders.
Eating disorders - initial assessment in primary care (the BMJ visual summary)
- Physiotherapy Guidance Notes for Exercise and Physical Activity in Adult Patients with Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa
- NICE guidelines for eating disorders
- NICE guidelines for Nutrition Support for Adults
- HEOPS Fitness to Study for Students with Severe Eating Disorders: Guidance, Higher Education Occupational Practitioners’ Society.
- CWTCH Cymru: Ready, Set, Go. A Step-by-Step Toolkit for Getting Telepsychiatry Ready, Set & Go
Our mental health information
For parents and young people
- Worries about weight and eating problems: for young people
- Eating disorders in young people: for parents and carers.
- For adults.
Charities, communities and helplines
- AED: Academy for Eating Disorders
- BEAT: Beat eating disorders
- ABC: Anorexia and Bulimia Care
- FEAST: Families Empowered and Supporting Treatment of Eating Disorders
- FIXERS: Young people using their past to fix the future!
- Maudsley Parents: For parents of eating disordered children.
- SEDIG: Scottish Eating Disorders Interest Group
- tastelife providing tools for recovery for those who struggle with eating disorders and for their supporters.
Eating disorders are challenging to care for, and in men they can be even more tricky to diagnose. A new animated 60-mins course voiced by male experts by experience provides insight, clinical top tips, evidence-informed advice and treatment guidance. The course was developed by The University of Nottingham (Heike Bartel) and KCL (Una Foye) with clinical and creative partners, men with lived experience and eating disorders charities.