An online training package and implementation toolkit for services interested in adopting FREED. This material is free for NHS professionals but requires registration to access.
The First Episode Rapid Early Intervention for Eating Disorders‐Upscaled study: Clinical outcomes
Austin et al. (2021)Read more
“I’m truly free from my eating disorder”: Emerging adults’ experiences of FREED, an early intervention service model and care pathway for eating disorders.
Potterton et al. (2021)Read more
Assessing the impact of First Episode Rapid Early Intervention for Eating Disorders on duration of untreated eating disorder: A multi‐centre quasi‐experimental study.
Flynn, et al. (2020)Read more
First episode rapid early intervention for eating disorders: A two‐year follow‐up.
Fukutomi et al., 2020Read more
The FREED Project (first episode and rapid early intervention in eating disorders): Service model, feasibility and acceptability.
Brown et al., 2018Read more
A pilot evaluation of a novel First Episode and Rapid Early Intervention service for Eating Disorders (FREED).
McClelland et al., 2018Read more
Eating Disorders During Emerging Adulthood: A Systematic Scoping Review.
Potterton et al. (2020)Read more
“I’m not a teenager, I’m 22. Why can’t I snap out of it?”: a qualitative exploration of seeking help for a first-episode eating disorder during emerging adulthood.
Potterton et al., (2020)Read more
An idea worth researching: Will a comprehensive, person-centered, team-based early intervention approach to first episode illness improve outcomes in eating disorders?
Schmidt et al., 2016Read more
Meta-analysis of theory of mind in anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa: A specific impairment of cognitive perspective taking in anorexia nervosa?
Bora & Köse, 2016Read more
A systematic review and meta-analysis of ‘systems for social processes’ in eating disorders.Read more
A critical analysis of the utility of an early intervention approach in the eating disorders.
Currin & Schmidt, 2005Read more
Facial expression to emotional stimuli in non-psychotic disorders: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
Davies et al., 2016Read more
Understanding well‐being in the evolutionary context of brain development.
Keverne, 2004Read more
A reward-centred model of anorexia nervosa: a focussed narrative review of the neurological and psychophysiological literature.Read more
Emotion generation and regulation in anorexia nervosa: a systematic review and meta-analysis of self-report data.
Oldershaw et al., 2015Read more
Brain morphological changes in adolescent and adult patients with anorexia nervosa.
Seitz et al., 2016Read more
The outcome of anorexia nervosa in the 20th century.
Steinhausen, 2002Read more
Has the time come for a staging model to map the course of eating disorders from high risk to severe enduring illness? An examination of the evidence.
Treasure et al., 2015Read more
Structural magnetic resonance imaging in eating disorders: a systematic review of voxel‐based morphometry studies.
Van den Eynde et al., 2012Read more
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