Australia & New Zealand
Academy for Eating Disorders (ANZAED)

ANZAED is the peak body for eating disorder professionals involved in research, prevention, treatment and advocacy in Australia, New Zealand and beyond. ANZAED fosters networking and professional development in the eating disorder field and aims to provide leadership and advocacy to improve the understanding, prevention and treatment of eating disorders.

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Newly Added Webinar Recordings from 2021 (Member Access):

April 2021: The Art and Science of Doing No Harm with Higher Weight Patients with Eating Disorders By Rebecka Peebles
March 2021: Genes, Environment, and Eating Disorders: What the Clinician Needs to Know
By Cynthia M. Bulik
February 2021:

  • Grant success: Strategies for early career researchers By Professor Phillipa Hay & Trevor Steward 
  • Residential Treatments for Eating Disorders By Carolyn Costin, M.A. M.ED.MFT 13192 FAED,CEDS 

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ANZAED respectfully acknowledges Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Peoples of the many traditional lands as First Nations Peoples, Traditional Owners and Traditional Custodians of Australia. We acknowledge the wisdom of Elders both past, present, and emerging, and pay our respect to the communities of today. ANZAED also respectfully acknowledges the Maori people as tangata whenua (people of the land) of Aotearoa New Zealand. We acknowledge the intention, spirit & principles of Te Tiriti O Waitingi (the Treaty of Waitingi), and support upholding these with respect to Maori. ANZAED seeks to engage and consult with culturally diverse health professionals and specialists working within the health and eating disorder sector. We aim to provide opportunities for collegial interaction, sharing of knowledge and resources, networking and advocacy roles to support researchers, clinicians and others working within culturally diverse groups, in the area of Eating Disorders.