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InsideOut is Australia’s national institute for research and clinical excellence in eating disorders with global research partnerships. We aim to transform the treatment landscape for eating disorders in Australia, and ultimately find a cure.

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Flinders University

Expanding the reach and delivery of Media Smart Online: An intervention found to both reduce eating disorder onset and increase eating disorder remission

This project will investigate online programs for improving body image and the way young people feel about themselves

Now openClosing: 24 Sep, 2021

University of Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences

Transdiagnostic Research Program

Researchers at the University of Melbourne are investigating transdiagnostic psychological factors that contribute to the development and maintenance of depression, anxiety and eating symptomatology, with a focus on individuals with an eating disorder.

Now openClosing: 21 Mar, 2024

Western Sydney University

SuCCEED Tube Feeding

Researchers at Western Sydney University are exploring the challenges of feeding care.

Now openClosing: 22 Oct, 2021

Griffith University

Quality of Care by Dietitians for Eating Disorders

Researchers at Griffith University are investigating patient and carer perspectives regarding quality of care by dietitians for eating disorders.

Now openClosing: 31 Dec, 2021

La Trobe University

Assessing the Prevalence of Orthorexia Nervosa

Researchers at La Trobe University are assessing the prevalence of orthorexia nervosa among at-risk populations.

Now openClosing: 31 Aug, 2021

Swinburne University of Technology

Perspectives on Lived Experience Involvement in Eating Disorders Research

Researchers at Swinburne University of Technology are investigating the involvement of lived experience in eating disorders research.

Now openClosing: 31 Dec, 2021

University of the Sunshine Coast

Women's Responses to Body Functionality Content on Social Media

Researchers at the University of the Sunshine Coast are investigating how women respond to representations of body functionality content on social media.

Now openClosing: 1 Oct, 2021