New NHS and MindEd online eating disorder learning for all Eating disorders are common and Anorexia Nervosa has the highest mortality rate of any mental illness. However, people with eating disorders have better recovery rates and a reduced risk of relapse when they receive the right support as early as possible.
To support professionals across settings in understanding and supporting people of all ages with an eating disorder, MindEd has worked in partnership with Health Education England and NHS England to develop the MindEd Feeding and Eating Disorder Hub.
The Feeding and Eating Disorder Hub features two new topics:
- An Adult Eating Disorders Hub aimed at universal to specialist professionals, working with adults across health and care settings, higher education, charities and criminal justice settings. In this Hub, you can find key trusted evidence-based learning curated and approved by MindEd’s expert panel.
- The Tips for Children and Young People’s Feeding and Eating Disorders aimed at professionals working across health and care settings.
The 5 tops tips include:
- What to be aware of
- What to look out for
- What medical investigations
- What to do
- Feeding development and issues in infants aged 0-2 years
MindEd is a free elearning resource, aimed at equipping professionals and members of the public with evidence-based information about children, young people, adults, and older people’s mental health.
For further information, visit MindEd or contact email@example.com. Additional mental health and eating disorders learning can be accessed via HEE’s website.