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Warning signs your child may be struggling with body image

InsideOut for Eating Disorders is encouraging parents and caregivers concerned their children might be struggling with body image to check in with their loved ones and reach out for support, during Body Image and Eating Disorders Awareness Week (BIEDAW).

31 Aug, 2022

Brief online therapy to improve treatment outcomes for those with binge eating disorder

InsideOut Institute for Eating Disorders, in collaboration with Deakin University, have conducted a pilot study evaluating a brief eTherapy for binge eating disorder, a distressing and common mental health condition.

25 Aug, 2022

Thousands access eating disorder treatment under changes to the Medicare Benefits Schedule

Almost 30,000 care plans for eating disorder treatment have been accessed under changes to the Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) introduced in 2019, according to new research by InsideOut Institute.

17 Aug, 2022

The Australian Eating Disorders Research & Translation Centre: building a national effort

Find out more about the work of the new Australian Eating Disorders Research & Translation Centre and join in a series of co-design exercises at this interactive workshop at ANZAED 2022.

10 Aug, 2022

Online therapy for young people with anorexia to bridge city-country treatment divide

Young people struggling with Anorexia Nervosa in regional and rural New South Wales and their families are invited to participate in a trial of an online therapy, as part of research aimed at bridging the city-country treatment divide.

12 Jun, 2022

“No longer invisible”: InsideOut Institute celebrates Carers in the lead up to World Eating Disorders Action Day

InsideOut Institute Director Sarah Maguire says this year's theme ‘Caring for Carers’ is an opportunity to raise the profile of those who support individuals with an eating disorder and highlight the essential role they play in treatment.

30 May, 2022

New eating disorders research fund to ignite scientific work

The Australian Eating Disorders Research & Translation Centre has launched a fund to unearth bright ideas in the community that have the potential to solve the problem of eating disorders.

4 May, 2022

Eating Disorders Centre Lived Experience expert appointed to national mental health advisory panel

Shannon Calvert, Co-Lead of the Lived Experience Co-Production Program at the Australian Eating Disorders Research & Translation Centre, will provide input and lived experience expertise to the nation’s future roadmap for mental health research.

12 Apr, 2022

Australian Eating Disorders Research and Translation Centre webinar: four-year plan

InsideOut hosted an information webinar outlining the plans for the Australian Eating Disorders Research and Translation Centre, outlining the activities that have been funded and what will be executed over the next four years.

18 Mar, 2022

InsideOut Institute to lead national eating disorder research centre with $13m Federal grant awarded to University of Sydney

The Australian Government Department of Health has awarded the University of Sydney a $13 million four-year grant, which will fund the establishment of the Australian Eating Disorders Research and Translation Centre.

21 Jan, 2022

New research shows escalation of eating disorder symptoms during COVID-19 wave and low rates of treatment

InsideOut researchers tracked 1,723 people with eating disorder symptoms during COVID-19 wave, making it one of the largest observational studies to capture the impact of the pandemic in Australia.

17 Jan, 2022

Children and Young People’s Mental Health and Wellbeing coalition’s submission in response to the Privacy Legislation Amendment (Enhancing Online Privacy and Other Measures) Bill 2021

InsideOut Institute, the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists, ReachOut, Orygen Youth Mental Health and Sane Australia in consultation with a number of people with lived experience and youth mental health researchers have submitted a joint response to this bill focusing on the implications on children and young people under 18 years old and their mental health and wellbeing.

8 Dec, 2021