Eating Disorders and Exercise

Author: 
Safe Exercise at Every Stage (SEES)
Publishing Organization: 
Safe Exercise at Every Stage (SEES)

Eating disorders (EDs) (Anorexia Nervosa, in particular), have been recognised as having the highest mortality rate of all psychiatric illnesses due to medical complications and suicide. EDs also carry a high economic burden and an overall poorer quality of life for patients.

Eating Disorders and Substance Use Treatment in BC

Author: 
Eating Disorders Network of BC
Publishing Organization: 
BC Children's Hospital

Eating Disorders & Substance Use Programs in BC

Eating Disorders & Substance Use Programs in BC (see attached)

Medical Stabilization for Eating Disorders

Author: 
Fraser Health Authority
Publishing Organization: 
Fraser Health Authority

Medical Stabilization For Eating Disorders (ED)
You Are Treating Malnourishment, Not The Eating Disorder.

Diagnosis: e.g. Anorexia Nervosa; restricting type

Provincial Eating Disorder Programs Guidelines and Referral Form

Author: 
Shirley Jones, Jann Sienicki, Louise Higgins, Patty Yoon, Raymond Boutet, Caitlyn O’Reilly; Dr. Julia Raudzus, Dr. Josie Geller and Dr. Jennifer Coelho
Publishing Organization: 
Provincial Eating Disorders Network

The Provincial, Tertiary and Specialized Programs offered through the Looking Glass Residence; BC Children’s Hospital and St. Paul’s’ Hospital have a streamlined guideline and referral form for access to the specialized provincial services.

A Continuum of Care for Eating Disorders Service Provision: A Literature Review and Environmental Scan

Author: 
Harrison, A., & BC Ministry of Health
Publishing Organization: 
BC Ministry of Health

The purpose of this report is to define an evidence-informed, ideal continuum of care for eating disorders (ED) services, ranging from preventative through to tertiary care. It focuses on the eating disorders defined in the DSM-IV: anorexia nervosa (AN), bulimia nervosa (BN) and eating disorder not otherwise specified (EDNOS).

Clinical Practice Guidelines for the BC Eating Disorders Continuum of Services

Author: 
Ministry of Health
Publishing Organization: 
Providence Health Care

The essential tools for treating the eating disorders, including key principles that are relevant across the continuum of care, are contained within this document. These guidelines address primary care, low intensity outpatient treatment, high intensity day, residential and inpatient treatment, variable intensity quality of life treatment, and high intensity medical stabilization treatment.