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Scott Griffiths
NHMRC Research Fellow at investigating body image, eating disorders, muscle dysmorphia, anabolic steroids, and appearance-related stigmatisation
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Col PsychiatristsIRE 15h
128% increase in number of men looking for eating disorder support
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Deb Mitchison 4h
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Dr Stuart Murray 8h
Thanks for the shout out, ! It would be great to see the report you mentioned, if possible? Also, stay tuned for some amazing data coming out soon from , relating to the updated prevalence of eating disorders in males & females
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Bodywhys 13h
In light of increased our annual report 2017 showing more men coming forward for support for eating disorders, it's worth following researchers
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Psychological Sciences 21h
Meet Dr . He "leads the Physical Appearance Research Team at , where we run research on body image, eating disorders, muscle dysmorphia, anabolic steroids, and appearance-related stigmatisation."
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Scott Griffiths 21h
Thanks ! 🥂📸
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Nicki Wilson Oct 11
Congratulations & fellow advocates in Australia, & the decision makers in Govt & health system. Recognition of the prevalence & seriousness of eating disorders & the need for better access to treatment & improved treatment outcomes. Encouraging & inspiring!
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Scott Griffiths Oct 10
Congratulations! 🥂
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Patrick McGorry Oct 10
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Deb Mitchison Oct 10
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Scott Griffiths Oct 9
Replying to @deborahapthorp
awesome Deb!
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Psychological Sciences Oct 9
Join us for this academic talk titled 'Eating Disorders and Impulse related disorders: Shared Neurobiological Vulnerabilities and Therapy Management' on Fri. 19 October 2018, 4:15pm – 5:15pm
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Scott Griffiths Oct 9
in our sector who have tirelessly pushed for this outcome, including (and many, many others) (3/3)
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Scott Griffiths Oct 9
Replying to @Scott1Griffiths
with the incredible toll these disorders exact on Australians of different shapes and sizes, different ages and ethnicities, and different sexual orientations and genders (and then some: eating disorders don't discriminate). Congratulations to the advocates and champions... (2/3)
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Scott Griffiths Oct 9
announced today that are a #1 funding priority in the Australian Government's 125 million dollar mental health research mission. For perhaps the first time in Australian history, funding for eating disorders research will be commensurate... (1/3)
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Butterfly Foundation Oct 9
Butterfly is THRILLED about announcement today to have eating disorders as a top priority for the first tranche of research funding for the ground-breaking Million Minds Mental Health Research Mission.
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Butterfly Foundation Oct 9
INCREDIBLE news on for those experiencing eating disorders. Thank you for investing in much needed research.
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Greg Hunt Oct 9
On World Mental Health Day, I am pleased to announced that our Govt’s $125 million mental health research mission has made child and youth, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mental health & eating disorders the priorities for its 1st round of funding
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ED Journal of T&P Oct 9
How can we better ensure that individuals struggling with get the treatment that they need? A new study in explores & treatment among individuals with ! Check it out!
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Deb Mitchison Oct 9
Very honoured to have our "disentangling body image" paper listed among the Top 10 cited papers from IJED by Australian authors in 2016–2017!
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