Journal of Eating Disorders is the first open access, peer-reviewed journal publishing leading research in the science and clinical practice of eating disorders.
- Phillipa Hay, University of Western Sydney
- Stephen Touyz, University of Sydney
- Jeremy Freeman, University of Sydney
- Daniel Le Grange, University of Chicago
- Jonathan Mond, University of Newcastle and the Australian National University
- Kathleen Pike, Columbia University
- Janet Treasure, Institute of Psychiatry, University of London
- Stephan Zipfel, University of Tuebingen
Research articleThe research team aimed to examine if age and development of the adolescent influences how clinicians use a Family Based Treatment (FBT) model in their clinical practice. This study demonstrated that clinicians make a number of adaptations to FBT to meet the unique developmental needs of older adolescents and young adults with anorexia nervosa.
Research articleThis study explored how well treatment-related changes in emotion regulation predicted treatment outcome in guided self-help dialectical behavior therapy for binge eating disorder. Among 60 community-based adults, greater improvement in self-reported emotion regulation across the course of treatment predicted abstinence from binge eating at post-treatment, 4-, 5-, and 6-month follow-up.
ReviewThe results of this literature review indicate that Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis would be a very useful technique to assess changes in the composition of the body in patients being treated for eating disorders, such as anorexia and bulimia.
ReviewAs symptoms of depression and eating disorders often occur together, we conducted a review of past research to identify whether indicated prevention and early intervention programs for eating disorder symptoms also had a positive effect on depressive symptoms. Although most programs improved eating disorder symptoms only a minority reduced depressive symptoms, suggesting that development of programs that address both symptoms areas would be valuable.
Journal of Eating Disorders 2014, 2:34
The joint winners of the Journal of Eating Disorders award of Best Article Advancing the Field of Eating Disorders 2014, were Matilda Nowakowski and Karina Allen.
The award of Journal of Eating Disorders Best Article by an Early Career Researcher Advancing the Field of Eating Disorders 2014, was won by Eric Stephen.
These awards of the Journal of Eating Disorders were sponsored by Ramsay Mental Health. Articles were assessed for findings that are likely to have broad (global) impact in reducing the community and personal burden of eating disorders.
For more information, please visit the award webpage.
Professor Hay is Foundation Chair of Mental Health at the University of Western Sydney, Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry at James Cook University, and Senior Consultant in Psychiatry at Campbelltown Hospital. She is a graduate of Otago University, Dunedin NZ, (MBChB, MD) and the University of Oxford, UK (DPhil).
Professor Touyz, PhD., FAED is a Professor of Clinical Psychology and Honorary Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Sydney. He is also the Chair of the Executive Committee of the Centre for Eating and Dieting Disorders. He has been the professor responsible for the clinical psychology postgraduate training programme at the University of Sydney since 1996.
Volume 2 Suppl 1 (24 November 2014)
Proceedings of the 2014 Australia and New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders (ANZAED) Conference: Driven Bodies Driven Brains
Fremantle, Australia. 22-23 August 2014