Rethinking eating disorders from the InsideOut
Australia’s national research and clinical excellence institute dedicated to improving the lives of people with eating disorders and those who care for them.
Evaluating the role of digital intervention design in treatment outcomes and adherence to eTherapy programs for eating disorders: A systematic review and meta‐analysis
This review and meta‐analysis aimed to determine which components of web‐based, eating disorder self‐help interventions are associated with lower attrition and improved therapeutic outcome.
9 Sep, 2019
InsideOut Institute Awards for Research Excellence
Congratulations to Dr Simon Wilksch and Dr Adam Burt for their outstanding research presentations at this year’s ANZAED Conference.
5 Sep, 2019
Podcast Episode 2: Anxiety with Dr Stephanie Knatz Peck
Episode 2 is all about anxiety and eating disorders, featuring Dr Stephanie Knatz Peck from the University of California.
14 Aug, 2019
InsideOut receives $3.67m Million Minds research grant for health system shake up
InsideOut awarded $3.67m from the Million Minds Mission to develop a health system research centre, to monitor early detection and treatment of eating disorders, and design new methods to ensure early treatment.
3 Jun, 2019
InsideOut eLearning program effective way to deliver eating disorder training to health professionals, research shows
A second evaluation study confirms InsideOut's eLearning program, The Essentials, represents a new and effective way to train Australian health professionals in eating disorders.
27 May, 2019
Finding the Right Psychologist For You
Psychologists at InsideOut give their top tips to finding a psychologist that is right for you.
7 Aug, 2019
Who are we?
InsideOut is Australia’s national institute for research and clinical excellence in eating disorders.
With resources, rigour and perseverance we aim to transform the treatment landscape for eating disorders in this country, and ultimately find a cure. The Institute comprises a team of expert researchers, clinicians and public policy-makers dedicated to solving the tyranny of eating disorders.
Are you or someone you know at risk of developing an eating disorder?
Answer a few questions to help us better understand where you or your loved one is at, so we can provide you with appropriate guidance.
We can then direct you to tailored information and resources, guide you to completing a more comprehensive assessment and link you in with treatment services.
The Journey to Recovery From an Eating Disorder
This fact sheet discusses recovering from eating disorders.
Myths and Misconceptions
This fact sheet discusses common myths and misconceptions surrounding Eating Disorders, and provides accurate responses to them.