Call for Papers: Diabetes and Eating Disorders – a complex co-morbidity

New Content ItemRecent clinical epidemiologic studies have identified a high co-occurrence rate of diabetes and eating disorders with consequent increased morbidity - revealing poor diabetes control as a major contributing factor for people with this comorbidity.

In this joint thematic series by Journal of Eating Disorders and Clinical Diabetes and Endocrinology, we will consider research exploring all aspects of both Type I and Type II diabetes and eating disorders - the editors especially welcome submissions that address patient management. Submissions close 1 May 2018.

Edited by: Professor Meng Tan and Dr Paul Copeland.

Call for Papers: Raising the bar in the treatment of over-exercise in people with AN

Exercise is the neglected “Cinderella” of eating disorder phenomenology but is an important determinant of outcomes and its restriction in treatments often strongly resisted and poorly understood. There is a need for more research to improve understanding of its assessment and treatment. This call is for papers on all aspects of compulsive exercise in eating disorders  and especially those that address its management.

Edited by: Professor Caroline Meyer, Professor Stephen Touyz and Professor Phillipa Hay.

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2017 Editor’s Award winners

Congratulations to the winners of the 2017 Journal of Eating Disorders Editor's Award for Best Paper by an Early Career researcher, which this year has two winners, whose publications were judged both on scientific merit and impact on the field of eating disorders:

Rebecka Peebles, MD Co-Director, Adolescent Medicine Eating Disorder Assessment and Treatment Program The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Outcomes of an inpatient medical nutritional rehabilitation protocol in children and adolescents with eating disorders


Mette Bentz, PhD, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Centre, Mental Health Services in the Capital Region of Denmark 

Neurocognitive functions and social functioning in young females with recent-onset anorexia nervosa and recovered individuals

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