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Catching eating disorders early


Eating Disorders Victoria (EDV) has been funded by the Victorian Government to develop a mobile site to facilitate early intervention for eating disorders.  The goal of this project is to encourage professionals to initiate conversations and help people to connect with the health system for more intensive support.  EDV are particularly keen to hear from people working in fitness and sporting roles and have created a survey to complete. To help inform the development of the mobile site, EDV are seeking feedback and input from potential end users, including people working in fitness and sporting roles – and they are also keen to receive feedback from anyone working in a professional role where they might come into contact with people showing early signs of eating disorders. The survey linked below should take no more than 10 minutes to complete.  EDV are keen to circulate this widely so please feel free to pass this on to anyone you think might be interested. Thank you in advance for your feedback. Complete the survey Download the flyer for more information

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