NCP-ED aims to provide timely, high quality services and care in Ireland, at all stages of eating disorders. This includes evidence-based treatment, dedicated eating disorder treatment teams, and a stepped model of care for children and adolescents, and adults and families.
Bodywhys is a partner organisation in the development, and implementation of, NCP-ED.website
Key points from of the NCP-ED
|An enhanced service structure
|Patient-centred care and recovery
|Resources to deliver the service
|Improved clinical outcomes
|Reduced medical crises
|Reduce mortality and morbidity through earlier recognition
|Early access to psychosocial and medical treatment
Video about the National Clinical Programme for Eating Disorders
An actor recounts the story of a young person developing an eating disorder and being unsure how or who to talk to about it. She describes her experience attending a specialist eating disorders team and moving towards recovery, returning to school and sports.