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Issue date:
January 2004
Quick reference guide
Eating disorders
Core interventions in the treatmentand management of anorexianervosa, bulimia nervosa andrelated eating disorders
Clinical Guideline 9
Developed by the National CollaboratingCentre for Mental Health
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Copies of this quick reference guide can be obtained from theNICE website at www.nice.org.uk/CG009quickrefguide or fromthe NHS Response Line by telephoning 0870 1555 455 andquoting reference number N0406. Information for the publicis also available from the NICE website or from the NHSResponse Line (quote reference number N0407 for an Englishversion, and N0408 for a version in English and Welsh).
This guidance is written in the following context:
This guidance represents the view of the Institute, whichwas arrived at after careful consideration of the availableevidence. Health professionals are expected to take it fullyinto account when exercising their clinical judgement.This guidance does not, however, override the individualresponsibility of health professionals to make appropriatedecisions in the circumstances of the individual patient, inconsultation with the patient and/or guardian or carer.
National Institute forClinical Excellence
MidCity Place71 High HolbornLondonWC1V 6NAwww.nice.org.ukISBN: 1-84257-495-7Published by the National Institute for Clinical Excellence,January 2004Design by LIMAGraphics Ltd, Frimley, SurreyPrinted by Abba Litho Sales Limited, London© National Institute for Clinical Excellence, January 2004. All rightsreserved. This material may be freely reproduced for educationaland not-for-profit purposes within the NHS. No replication by orfor commercial organisations is permitted without the expresswritten permission of the Institute.
NICE Guideline: quick reference guide – Eating disorders1
Grading of the recommendations2Key priorities for implementation3Guidance4
Care across all conditions51.Assessment and coordination of care52.Providing good information and support53.Getting help early64.Management of physical aspects65.Additional considerations for children and adolescents66.Identification and screening of eating disorders in 7primary care and non-mental health settingsAnorexia nervosa81.Assessment and management of anorexia nervosa 8in primary care2.Psychological interventions for anorexia nervosa83.Pharmacological interventions for anorexia nervosa104.Physical management of anorexia nervosa115.Service interventions for anorexia nervosa126.Additional considerations for children and adolescents13Bulimia nervosa141.Psychological interventions for bulimia nervosa142.Pharmacological interventions for bulimia nervosa143.Management of physical aspects of bulimia nervosa154.Service interventions for bulimia nervosa155.Additional considerations for children and adolescents15Atypical eating disorders including binge eating disorder161.General treatment of atypical eating disorders162.Psychological treatments for binge eating disorder163.Pharmacological interventions for binge eating 16disorder
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