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Fiona Sutherland APD, RYT Apr 21
BINGE EATING DISORDER IS NOT THE "OPPOSITE" OF AN. This idea only serves to perpetuate stigma, misinformation & missed opportunities.
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Hilary Kinavey Apr 21
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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Lauren Gasparo Anton Apr 21
Research of anorexia should include higher weight bodies. No excuses.
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Louise D Metz MD Apr 21
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 Apr 21
“Weight stigma is a fundamental cause of health inequalities” -Julie Church
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Gaudiani Clinic Apr 21
Healthcare settings are the 2nd most common place to experience weight discrimination. -Julie Church This must change.
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Carmen Cool Apr 20
Who defines recovery? Questions: - who has the power - who has the knowledge - who bears the consequences
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Kyle De Young, Ph.D. Apr 21
Reflecting on what lies ahead, I'll assume this beautiful Chicago view is purple for the AEDs 25th anniversary
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Erin Wolf-Barnett RD Apr 21
Weight is second common form on discrimination. Stigma is not an attitude. Policies, society, is impacting this.
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Amelia Coffman Apr 22
Loved Amy Pershing’s plenary talk at as much as I did? (The applause in the room said yes!) Hear more from her on :
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Dr. Cheri Levinson Apr 21
“We need data not opinions” - yes, yes, yes
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Gaudiani Clinic Apr 21
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 Apr 21
Bulik: We still don’t understand anorexia nervosa
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Hilary Kinavey Apr 21
There is plenty of evidence that higher body weights need to be included in ED research, which was the context here. Ethical reasons also.
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Jerel P. Calzo Apr 21
Amazing set of talks on gut microbiota. Warning, tho: don’t make your own poop shakes!
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Dr Stuart Murray Apr 19
Kazdin: Statistical effect size does not = patient impact. Enhancing the scalability of treatments is crucial to enhancing the impact of treatments
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Kristine Vazzano, PhD Apr 21
Full room today for our talk, Mindfulness in Research & Treatment at ICED.
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Dr Stuart Murray Apr 17
Wheels down in Chicago for the conference. Excited to catch up with colleagues & take in the latest research
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Robyn L. Goldberg, RDN, CEDRD Apr 20
“You can not tell a persons health by looking at them”
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Andrea LaMarre Apr 21
important point from audience member with lived experience: "why are we not getting a seat at the table"? notes that panel members are acknowledging lived experience as valuable but people often don't
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