Study – The patterns, motives and effects of social media use on body image

Survey on Patient and Caregivers Perceptions of Healthcare Encounters

Researchers are recruiting participants for a research project that will examine the experience of medical care from the perspectives of individuals with eating disorders and their caregivers. This study has ethical approval from the University of Michigan. Research Details: We’ve all heard (or lived) horror stories about the person with anorexia nervosa (AN) who is […]

Study – An exploration of the utilisation of online mental health self-help programmes

Study – Social group memberships throughout recovery from disordered eating

PhD student Jade Streete, Nottingham Trent University, is carrying out research to learn more about the social worlds of people recovering from disordered eating and eating disorders, as well as how they impact overall well-being throughout the recovery process. Click here to learn more about this study.

Volunteer Training – Sept 2018

Study – The meaning of recovery, remission and relapse

Update: July 30th – **Study now closed** Researchers in Nottingham Trent University are conducing a study on the meaning of recovery, remission and relapse definitions in eating disorders. Recovery, relapse and remission do not have fixed or recognised definitions, which limits their use in research but can also cause confusion or distress for individuals accessing or […]

Study – Phenomenological Inquiry of Underlying Feelings in Eating Disorders

2018 Eating Disorders Conference Presentations

Services update – Storm Emma

Free new resources now available