Why is it a Hot Topic?
CHA Benchmarking Data has revealed a significant rise in young people requiring hospital admission for an eating disorder. There is a need to share and collate innovative and effective models of care and resources to support members services to care for these patients.
There is also an Eating Disorders Learning Network which brings together clinicians, researchers, patients and families to support improvements in care and outcomes. To find out more, visit our Learning Networks page.
These conversations and presentations are hosted in our online Members Community.
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- Parent-Focused Meal Support Intervention – under this model of care 81% of patients had maintained or increased weight 4 weeks post discharge.
- Rapid Nasogastric Feeding for Eating Disorders – multipronged model of care with innovative rapid nasogastric feeding protocols resulted in low length of stay for patients.
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