Monday, February 27, 2017

Eating Disorders Awareness Week 27th February to 5th March 2017.

Eating Disorders Awareness Week is an international awareness event, fighting the myths and misunderstandings that surround eating disorders. This year, Beat’s (Beating Eating Disorders) Eating Disorders Awareness Week activities will focus on early intervention, a key part of Beat’s work – the earlier someone can enter treatment for an eating disorder, the greater their chance of recovery.
Taking the first step towards recovery is often a difficult one. Beat want to ensure that people have the support they need to take that step, and get the care they deserve when they do.
So throughout Eating Disorders Awareness Week and beyond, Beat’s aim is to educate both healthcare professionals and the wider public about eating disorders so that they’re equipped to help if a patient or someone they know is suffering. Beat will be launching a campaign to help people recognise the signs of these illnesses so that they can help the people around them.
For more about Eating Disorders and how to overcome them, please visit Beat website: https://www.b-eat.co.uk/
RELATED HEALTH LIBRARY RESOURCES  
For anyone studying the importance of treating eating disorders and its effects, the Health Library offers numerous resources related to the subject. In the lists below you’ll find our most popular items, information on materials recently added to our collection and available periodicals. To locate these items simply go to our online catalogue or ask at the counter.
BOOKS:
-        Eating disorders / by Hans Steiner and Martine F Flament, 2012, Abingdon: Health Press.
-        Medicalmanagement of eating disorders / by C. Laird Birmingham and Janet Treasure, 2010, 2nd edition, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
-        Eatingdisorders: the facts / by Suzanne Abraham, (Fast Facts series),  2008, 6th edition, Oxford: Oxford University Press .
-        Cognitivebehavior therapy and eating disorders / by Christopher G. Fairburn, 2008, New York: Guilford
-        Eatingdisorders; a parents' guide / by Rachel Bryant-Waugh and Bryan Lask, 2004, Revised editon, Hove : Brunner-Routledge. Keele & NHS e-book .
-        Eatingdisorders in childhood and adolescence / by Bryan Lask and Rachel Bryant-Waugh, 2013, 4th edition, London: Routledge
-        Binge-eatingdisorder: clinical foundations and treatment / by James E Mitchell, 2008, New York : Guilford Press 
-        Gettingbetter bit(e) by bit(e) : a survival kit for sufferers of bulimia nervosa andbinge eating disorders /  by Ulrike Schmidt and Janet Treasure, 1993, Hove: Lawrence Erlbaum
-        Eatingdisorders : new directions in treatment and recovery / by Barbara P Kinoy, 2001, 2nd ed. New York : Columbia University Press. Keele e-book.
-        Managingsevere and enduring anorexia nervosa : a clinician's guide / byS. W Touyz; Daniel Le Grange; J. Hubert Lacey; Phillipa Hay, 2016, New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group
-        Helpingpeople with eating disorders : a clinical guide to assessment and treatment / by Robert L. Palmer, 2015, 4th edition, London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. Print and NHS & Keele e-book.
JOURNALS:
-       Eating disorders, New York : Taylor & Francis Group. [Available as a Keele ejournal 1997 onwards & as a NHS ejournal 2006 onwards with a 18 month embargo] 
-        International journal of eating disorders, New York, N.Y. : John Wiley & Sons. [Available as a Keele ejournal 1981 onwards & as a NHS ejournal 1981 onwards with a 1 year embargo]  
-        Eating disorders review, Van Nuys, CA : PM, Inc. ; Boston, Mass. : EBSCO Pub. [Available as a Keele ejournal 2002 onwards].
-        Eating behaviors, Amsterdam ; New York : Elsevier Science. [Available as a Keele ejournal 2002 onwards]
-        Journal of Eating Disorders, Springer Verlag London Limited. [Available as a NHS ejournal 2012 onwards]
Access more journals via our Journals webpage: http://www.keele.ac.uk/healthlibrary/find/journals/
JOURNAL ARTICLES:
-        Treasure, Janet ; Claudino, AngĂ©lica M. and  Nancy Zucker.  ‘Eating disorders’, The Lancet, 2010. Vol 375(9714), pp.583-593. [Available in print, and via Keele & NHS ejournals]
-        Sim, Leslie A. et al. ‘Eating Disorders in Adolescents with Chronic Pain’, Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 2017 Vol 31(1), pp.67-74. [Available via Keele & NHS ejournals]
-    Striegel Weissman, R. and Francine Rosselli. ‘Reducing the burden of suffering from eating disorders: Unmet treatment needs, cost of illness, and the quest for cost-effectiveness’, Behaviour Research and Therapy, 2017 (January). Vol 88, pp.49-64. [Available via Keele ejournals]
-     Dapelo, Marcela et al.  ‘Deliberately generated and imitated facial expressions of emotions in people with eating disorders’, Journal of Affective Disorders, 2016. Vol 191 (February), pp.1-7. [Available via Keele & NHS ejournals]
-     Kosmerly, Stacey et al. ‘Clinician adherence to guidelines in the delivery of family‐based therapy for eating disorders’, International Journal of Eating Disorders, 2015. Vol 48(2), pp.223-229. [Available via Keele & NHS ejournals]
-     Sadeh-Sharvit, Shiri et al. ‘Child feeding perceptions among mothers with eating disorders’, Appetite, 2015. Vol 95 (December), pp.67-73. [Available via Keele ejournals]
-    Moria Golan, ‘The journey from opposition to recovery from eating disorders: multidisciplinary model integrating narrative counseling and motivational interviewing in traditional approaches’, Journal of Eating Disorders, 2013, 1:19. [Available as a NHS ejournal]
PATIENT INFORMATION / PATIENT ADVICE
Eating Disorders – NHS Evidence search with ‘Information for the Public’ filter https://www.evidence.nhs.uk/Search?om=[{%22ety%22:[%22Information%20for%20the%20Public%22]}]&q=eating+disorders
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