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AED Critical Points for Early Recognition & Medical Risk Management in the Care of Individuals with Eating Disorders 2016
Often referred to as, "the purple brochure," this guide from the Academy for Eating Disorders' (AED) Medical Care Standards Task Force, is intended as a resource to promote recognition of, and risk management in the care of, those with eating disorders.
Eating Disorders: A Professional Resource for General Practitioners
GPs are likely to come into contact with someone with an eating disorder. NEDC have developed a range of health professional resources to support their roles in the prevention, identification, medical management and referral of patients with eating disorders.
Eating Disorders Association Qld: General Practitioner Information Kit
Information Kit for GPs. The Eating Disorders Association has updated their General Practitioner Information Pack, which includes Access Pathways and Quick Reference Guides for the Assessment and Management of Children and Adolescents with Eating Disorders in Queensland and Adult Access Pathways to Queensland Health Adult Inpatient Beds for Patients with Eating Disorders.
Laboratory Assessments for Clients with Eating Disorders
A summary of the laboratory assessments recommended for clients with eating disorders
Medical Monitoring in Eating Disorders
A summary of the medical monitoring required for specific EDs including: effect of starvation / malnutrition, frequency of review or repeat management, and indications for medical admission to manage acute severe malnutrition and prevent refeeding syndrome
Physical Risk in Suspected Eating Disorders – Mental Health Clinician Response Guide
A summary table for mental health clinicians on physical risk markers they should be alert to and what the response should be