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Lauren Gasparo Anton 21 Apr 18
Research of anorexia should include higher weight bodies. No excuses.
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Hilary Kinavey 21 Apr 18
When we cite the “convenience” of continuing to use BMI in eating disorders we have to understand that this is where oppression and exclusion live. This is hugely inconvenient for the majority of people.
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Robyn L. Goldberg, RDN, CEDRD 20 Apr 18
“You can not tell a persons health by looking at them”
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Kyle De Young, Ph.D. 17 Apr 18
Check out this free virtual issue of the International Journal of Eating Disorders that includes articles from our line-up of esteemed speakers at
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Traci Stromie 27 Oct 17
Registration and proposal submission is now open for so excited! 👏🏼💯🔥
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Louise D Metz MD 21 Apr 18
Weight stigma is the second most common form of discrimination that women report. Healthcare is the second most common place to experience this discrimination. -Julie Church
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Louise D Metz MD 21 Apr 18
“Weight stigma is a fundamental cause of health inequalities” -Julie Church
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Shannon Calvert 18 Apr 18
And we’re off 😊. Brilliant start to Chicago. Pre-conference clinical training day, Update on the Neurobiology of Eating Disorders and Implications for Clinical Practice
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Kyle De Young, Ph.D. 21 Apr 18
Reflecting on what lies ahead, I'll assume this beautiful Chicago view is purple for the AEDs 25th anniversary
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Rebecca Scritchfield (she/her) 19 Apr 18
I wish we didn’t say “atypical” — it’s fatphobic and interferes with recover
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Roxane Turgon 20 Apr 18
Anna Keski-Rahkonen : Patients are the best persons to define recovery from eating disorders
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Gaudiani Clinic 21 Apr 18
Binge eating disorder is not all about bingeing. Restriction is a major, major factor. Many people without “obesity” have binge eating disorder. Chevese Turner
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Margaret Sala 21 Apr 18
Bulik: We still don’t understand anorexia nervosa
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WorldEDday 5 Apr 18
A little idea from Stefano Tavilla to honor his daughter has grown into symbol for change! If you are going to the Academy for Eating Disorders please pick up your for World Eating Disorders Day and wear it also on June 2!
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Dr. Cheri Levinson 21 Apr 18
“We need data not opinions” - yes, yes, yes
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Melainie Rogers, RD 21 Apr 18
Brain not responding in same way to food in AN clients - Dr Guido Frank
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James E. Ford 26 May 18
I'm happy to be presenting my paper on "Critical Pedagogues of Color: Closing Opportunity Gaps through Mission-Minded Teaching" at the International Consortium for Educational Development in Atlanta June 5-7
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Oddfrid Førland 7 Jun 18
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Mallory 21 Apr 18
We need to target internalized weight stigma in our interventions.
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Carmen Cool 20 Apr 18
Who defines recovery? Questions: - who has the power - who has the knowledge - who bears the consequences
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