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InsideOut is a leader in effecting change in eating disorder treatment across Australia through advocacy, research and policy development.

National strategy for eating disorders unveiled

Health Minister Greg Hunt unveils a new national approach to eating-disorder prevention, early intervention and treatment in a 10 year strategy developed by the InsideOut Institute.

Australian Eating Disorder Research and Translation Strategy ‘will save lives’

A national eating disorder strategy developed under a $4 million grant by the InsideOut Institute "will save lives", reports The West Australian.

Aussie never knew he had anorexia

Health Minster Greg Hunt is expected to announce an Australian Eating Disorder Research and Translation Strategy developed under a $4 million federal grant by the InsideOut Institute, and InsideOut Institute Champion Liam Manning discusses his experience with an eating disorder.

Kylie Jaye's family reveal her eating disorder battle

InsideOut Directors Dr Sarah Maguire and Dr Stephen Touyz speak to The Daily Telegraph about the difficulty of detecting and treating eating disorders.

‘Alarming’: GPs failing to diagnose eating disorders

InsideOut Director Dr Sarah Maguire is reported in the Daily Telegraph discussing how General Practitioners are not supported or trained adequately to detect eating disorders.

Patrick already struggled with disordered eating. Then Instagram and TikTok came along

InsideOut Director Dr Sarah Maguire speaks to Triple J about her concerns about the impact of social media on young people's development, and on how they feel about their bodies.

Why this Bendigo mum is reminding carers they need support

InsideOut's Rachael Simeone speaks to the Bendigo Advertiser about the high cost to the loved ones of people with an eating disorder, and about the launch of InsideOut Institute's support program SupportED.

Help for families battling silent killer

InsideOut Psychologist Rachel Simeone speaks to The Daily Telegraph about the InsideOut Institute’s SupportED program, which teaches carers about the early signs of eating disorders and provides information on treatment options.

Parents, experts and advocates frustrated with level of services for people with eating disorders

InsideOut Director Dr Sarah Maguire speaks to The Examiner about the need for a "rethink" of eating disorder services in Tasmania.

Eating disorder study to look at genetics

InsideOut Director Dr Sarah Maguire makes a statement on the genetic factors in developing and treating eating disorders, as reported in 7 News.

Hospitals and GPs report a surge in eating disorders

InsideOut's Research Lead Dr Jane Miskovic-Wheatley speaks to the Sydney Morning Herald about how Covid-19 related lockdown restrictions and government guidelines can impact people with eating disorders.

The Impact of COVID-19 on people with eating disorders (radio)

InsideOut's Dr Jane Miskovic-Wheatley speaks to ABC Canberra radio to discuss the EDStudy, a new study inspired by the marked increase in calls to eating disorder helplines during the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak.