Help shape new guidance on measuring outcomes for children and young people with Eating Disorders

CORC would like to invite you to be part of a time limited group, collaborating with CORC, our members, and with other experts from collaborating organisations/ practitioners/ stakeholders. The group's aim is to produce practical, accessible guidance that will support practitioners and organisations to measure outcomes in a more meaningful or impactful way.

What is involved?

The Development Group for ROM Guidance for Eating Disorder Services will take this work forward over the next four months. It responds to frequent queries about outcome and experience measures in relation to eating disorders. We know that many of you are working in this area, and will have reflections on specific challenges and good practice that may assist others; we have also seen from recent articles and studies, colleagues' insight and knowledge which we would really like to collate to expand knowledge and existing guidance.

If you or a member of your team would like to be part of this group, please confirm by emailing We will then be in touch to set up the first meeting of the group. Over the course of the development we will have three group meetings with some communications in between.

We are looking forward to working with you on this.

We will keep you updated on this page regarding any developments about the Eating Disorders Specific Interest Group.

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