Eating Recovery Center In the News: University Business

Behind the News “There needs to be a lot of education of faculty and staff, much like has previously been done with coaches of female athletes,” says Emmett R. Bishop, co-founder and director of outpatient services and research at the center. “Colleges need to really focus on making their faculty more aware of these problems so that they can be addressed. At a minimum, schools should consider setting up some sort of a screening program through their health services that can help direct people to treatment and/or higher level treatment centers.” Read the whole story, spurred by the Center's research on eating disorder resources, here.

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